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Auryn’s ‘Teddy’ Roams the Tablet Market

Digitally animated versions of children’s books have been one of the more popular features of Apple’s iPads since they hit the market last April. Now as industry observers await ... Continue Reading →
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Hair Apparent: The Scoop on Tangled

After several years of revisions and reboots, Disney serves up Tangled, a thoroughly modern, seamlessly animated version of Rapunzel with memorable characters, inspired songs and surprisingly ... Continue Reading →
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Animated People: Peter Chung

Animated People: Peter Chung Director, Cartoon Network’s Firebreather This Wednesday (Nov. 24), Cartoon Network will debut its first CG-animated movie,  Firebreather, which is directed ... Continue Reading →
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Move Over, Flash Gordon!

Just when you thought it was safe to make nefarious plans for intergalactic domination, a new hero comes along that makes you stop and revisit your plans—or just have a good laugh. ... Continue Reading →
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Get Ready for Chinese Zodiac Action!

Keefe Entertainment and Animation Development Co. prepare their big Z-Force attack. If you need to hear someone speak passionately about the changing paradigms in children’s entertainment ... Continue Reading →
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Action Hero Father Knows Best

It’s been two years since Woodland Hillsbased Animation Development Company and Toonzone Studios teamed up to work on their first joint venture, a great-looking toon called Action ... Continue Reading →
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Idiots and Angels Begins L.A. Run

Mention indie animation and Bill Plympton’s name is the first to pop to mind. Since the mid-1980s, the New York-based animator has entertained audiences with his unique and quirky ... Continue Reading →
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My Dog Tulip Debuts in Los Angeles

L.A. audiences will finally get a chance to enjoy Paul and Sandra Fierlinger’s well-reviewed animated feature My Dog Tulip this Friday, as the movie begins in run at the Nuart Theater. ... Continue Reading →

A Swashbuckling Saladin Debuts at MIPCOM

Saladin, a 12th century Middle Eastern hero who ruled over Egypt, Syria, Meospotamia, Hejaz and Yemen, and was widely admired for his chivalrous behavior towards followers of all religious ... Continue Reading →

Italy’s VIEW Offers Four Days of Top-Notch CG Panels and Workshops

If you happen to be traveling around Europe next month and want to take in an informative and fun confab about the global state of CG animation and visual effects, you should check ... Continue Reading →