Summit will focus on the pandemic, the recently reinvigorated global call for social justice, and their tremendous effects on the animation industry.
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Zoinks! With Scooby, Shaggy and the whole gang returning May 15 in an all new animated feature releasing on digital, get a jump on the celebration with these two digital Zoom backgrounds.
Bonnie Arnold joins Sarah Smith and Julie Lockhart to oversee film based on series of children’s books by writer / director known for ‘Yesterday,’ ‘Four Weddings and A Funeral’ and ‘Love Actually.’
UK production house, led by Sarah Smith and Julie Lockhart, will co-develop and distribute family animated features in theatres worldwide.
Condensed version of WIA’s annual Summit to feature keynote by Dr. Stacy L. Smith, who will present landmark USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative study.
Founding donors contribute more than $500,000 to support organization’s programs and international outreach initiatives.
Program lineup and initial list of presenters for third annual symposium, taking place June 10, highlight important focus on “Belonging” and critical topics affecting women working in the animation industry.
Everything is awesome with animation director Trisha Gum’s collaboration on the long-awaited sequel with director Mike Mitchell, creative duo Phil Lord & Christopher Miller, and animation studio Animal Logic.
The director of Chris Miller and Phil Lord’s long-awaited ‘LEGO Movie’ sequel didn’t dial back a thing, encouraging crazy ideas from anyone and everyone when it came the film’s gags, cameos and brand-new characters.
Visual effects supervisor Karl Herbst gives a behind-the-scenes peek into the tools and techniques used to bring the winter wonderland of ‘Smallfoot’ to the big screen.
Emmet, Lucy and LEGO Batman reunite in all their respective clueless, angsty & self-absorbed zaniness to save their world in long-awaited ‘LEGO Movie’ sequel.
Without the studio’s creative review system, itView, plus a team of 400 artists and Warner Bros.’ decision-making trust, the animated musical comedy might “yeti” still be in production.
VFX supervisor Karl Herbst shares his insights on how his team tackled lots of snow, and a bit of fur, on Warner Bros’ new animated musical comedy adventure.
A young yeti must prove himself by tracking down a human his community doesn’t believe exists in the animated comedy-adventure that hits theatres this September 28.
Groups set day of panel discussions and events focused on the topics ‘Inclusion and Intersectionality.’
Feature will be based on the author’s 1980 children’s book, which is not connected to the Game of Thrones saga.
Veteran animation creatives will, respectively, oversee the studio’s creative direction and production and operations.
New hires bring decades of experience in production, marketing and brand development to Toronto-based studio.
Warner Animation Group’s animated comedy feature features an all-star cast, is directed by Karey Kirkpatrick and due in theaters Sept. 28.
Warner Bros. veteran succeeds DWA founder Jeffrey Katzenberg, who stepped down from his role when the company was bought by Comcast’s NBCUniversal for $3.87 billion in April 2016.
Animation supervisor Joshua Beveridge discusses bird wings, wolf packs, cutesy babies and pliable characters in Warner Bros and Sony Pictures Imageworks’ new animated family adventure.