50th Annual ceremony, recognizing the best in the field of animation, returns in-person to UCLA’s Royce Hall; Deadlines, Rules, and Categories to be announced September 12.
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Directed by Erick Oh and inspired by his grandfather, the studio’s new immersive animated film premieres today at the Sundance Film Festival; the narrative poem thoughtfully reflects on the meaningful moments in one man’s life.
UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television to establish ‘Say Yes!’ MFA scholarships in the name of ‘Over the Moon’ screenwriter.
Prolific writer and collector was a pioneer in U.S. fandom, helping introduce previously obscure Japanese animation and comics to a new generation of consumers.
Three-day symposium spotlighting female contributions to the field of animation and exploring solutions to sexual harassment, bias, and lack of diversity within the industry calls for heightened awareness of and increased empowerment for women, people of color, and those in the LGBTQ+ community.
Highlights of three-day symposium presented by USC in partnership with UCLA, CalArts & WIA include keynote sessions with Academy Award-winning filmmaker Brenda Chapman and Sesame Workshop EVP Brown Johnson.
Women’s Animation Symposium featuring keynotes, screenings, panels and papers set to take place October 5-7 at USC’s School of Cinematic Arts.
Breaking the Glass Frame symposium to present giants in animation and academics collaborating for the first time to celebrate historical contributions and tackle current industry issues.
‘The Breadwinner’ takes indie feature honor; ‘Disney Mickey Mouse’ and ‘Samurai Jack’ each score three awards in TV categories.
Free event for members will cover rights, responsibilities and how to create safer workplaces in the animation industry.
New York independent filmmaker known for her provocative films on array of narrative themes including sex, the body, pregnancy, love, marriage, and depression, CalArts alum specializing in experimental animation, and Chicago-based painter and animator receive Fellowship grants.
CalArts, USC and Ringling are listed as the top three ranked programs -- comprising the top 1% of schools considered -- in the country in Animation Career Review’s 2017 rankings.
A 1958 graduate of the UCLA Theater Arts Department, McLaughlin served as head of the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television’s Animation Workshop from 1970 until his retirement in 2007.
Thirteen students representing 11 different U.S. film schools are selected as nominees for the 2015 ASC Gordon Willis Student Heritage Awards, with the winners will be revealed on September 26.