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FMX 2013, Europe's most renowned conference on digital entertainment, adopts the slogan, “lean, smart and agile,” and focuses on the ongoing paradigm shift in the animation, effects, games and transmedia industries.
Rick Feldman, who has served as President and CEO of NATPE for the past nine years will segue, as planned, from his post at the end of his contract on April 30 into a three-year consultancy with the organization. NATPE has retained Korn Ferry to administer an executive search to select a new operating chief for NATPE.
Speakers have been confirmed for FMX 2012: 17th Conference on Animation, Effects, Games and Transmedia.
International television and cross-media animation festival Cartoons on the Bay has extended the deadline for submissions for its Pulcinella Awards to February 1, 2012.
Paramount has hired David Leslie Johnson (ORPHAN) to adapt Daniel LuVisi's graphic novel LAST MAN STANDING, reports Variety.
As I sit in the chemo clinic lazy boy chair, I see a headline on the tv about an episode of South Park inspiring students at a Canadian school to have a "Kick a Ginger" Day. I laughed and imagined kicking Seth Green in Radio Days. Nurse looks up at me. My IV bag shook.
Variety reports that the famed Russian state animation studio Soyuzmultfilm has written an open letter to Russia's prime minister Vladimir Putin requesting funds in order to survive.
Former Miramax Films and Warner Independent president Mark Gill has been named President of Millennium Films.
Zachary Adam Chesser, the 21 year old who called for violent jihad against SOUTH PARK creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, was sentenced to 25 years in jail, reports CNN.
Venerable Santa Maria-based VFX house CafeFX has just made official what has been rumored for months.
Warner Bros. TV is in talks with DC Entertainment to develop a TV series based on Neil Gaiman's THE SANDMAN, reports Heat Vision.
AWN reported on August 18, 2010 that Jeffrey James Varab, the director of TUGGER: THE JEEP 4 X 4 WHO WANTED TO FLY, had been arrested in Osceola County, Florida on charges of securities fraud, which was originally reported in the ORLANDO SENTINEL. Varab has written the following letter to give his side of the accusations against him.
A "mushroom" and his wife take flight south to the land of theme parks for a new adventure in animation.
Day 3 of Oxberry Pegs Presents, the "Animators are god? series at Observatory features kid's book illustrator Ted Enik and his lecture on Cute Pollution! Characters morph toward Cute. Whether they originate in your father’s funny papers, animated shorts, or classic kidsbooks, a gradual juvenilization takes place: Betty Boop loses her dog-ears (you heard me) and becomes a flapper, Bugs crossdresses, and the Simpsons grow way less simian.
IMAX Corporation (Nasdaq:IMAX) (TSX:IMX) today announced that Greg Foster, Chairman and President of Filmed Entertainment division, has renewed his employment agreement and will remain with the Company for three additional years.
Beginning next week, Cartoon Brew TV will be showing a film series celebrating the “Modern Art of Gene Deitch.”
BabyTV - the world’s leading 24 hour, commercial-free channel for infants, toddlers and their parents has introduced ‘My First Years Library’, a robust collectible DVD encyclopaedia to the Latin America market, together with 20th Century FOX Home Entertainment.
The producers behind GET SMART and THE INTERNATIONAL have purchased the rights to make a live-action feature based on VOLTRON, per THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER's Steven Zeitchik.
Atlas Ent.'s Charles Roven, Richard Suckle and Steve Alexander form the team ready to make a movie out of the robot-lion property after it's sat in development for several years at Mark Gordon Company.