Greatness Defined: Digital Content Solution Leader, HP’s Carly Fiorina Inspires

In a time of confusion over the power and rapid uptake of media technologies, Hewlett-Packard head Carly Fiorina delivered an inspiring keynote speech yesterday at the National Association ... Continue Reading →

MIPTV: Weta Workshop, Nelvana U-Knight for Series

What could be better than having a pet dragon for a friend? A co-production that makes sense for all parties involved, of course, and that’s what Weta Workshop and Nelvana have ... Continue Reading →

Countdown to Cannes Got Ya Down?Never Fear! There’s Still Time to Make MIPTV!

If you missed our early MIPTV print edition deadline and the free listings deadline for our NEW Cartoons at Cannes: A Pocket Guide to Animation, don’t fret. There’s still ... Continue Reading →

Pandemic Pipeline Pushes Softimage|XSI

Softimage, the Avid subsid, says that Los Angeles-based Pandemic Studios–creators of the upcoming console titles Full Spectrum Warrior, Mercenaries and Star Wars Battlefront–is ... Continue Reading →


Fancy yourself the next great toy conglomerate, ala Mattel or Hasbro? Maybe you see yourself selling one good idea to a lot of really thankful kids or a really cool, retro animation ... Continue Reading →

The King Is Back, and He’s Peter Jackson: Proud to Be a Kiwi

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King premiered in director Peter Jackson’s homeland of New Zealand over the weekend and our own Rita Street was there to share with you ... Continue Reading →

Send a Card To Roy Disney!

This week Animation Magazine is celebrating the 75th Birthday of the most famous animated character ever–Mickey Mouse. Because we all owe so much to this special little guy we ... Continue Reading →

Grand Dame of CBBC Ani Steps Down; Create’s Carrington Steps Up

Theresa Plummer-Andrews, one of the most respected development execs in television animation, announced today that she is retiring from her post as head of acquisitions for CBBC. Stepping ... Continue Reading →

Heartland Tour:itty bitty HeartBeats Capture Preschool Lovin’

itty bitty HeartBeats producer Anita Mann has a message for kids that’s pretty simple but seems doubly important nowadays–learn to think with your heart. Says the Emmy-award ... Continue Reading →

Jules Engel, Mentor & Inspired Artist Passes

We are sad to report that Jules Engel, founding director of CalArts’ Experimental Animation program, passed away on Sunday. Born in 1918 in Budapest, Hungary, Engel began his ... Continue Reading →