Jamie Susser

Volga Eyes Indie Animation Acquisitions at Cannes

Cannes’ most famous event, the glitzy and star-struck film festival, often overshadows the nuts-and-bolts business that goes on at the same time at the Cannes Film Market, which ... Continue Reading →
Chris Young

Nick Explores Tech R&D with New Entertainment Lab

Nickelodeon announced today the launch of its new Burbank-based Entertainment Lab, which will spearhead long-range research and development efforts around new technologies for Nickelodeon ... Continue Reading →
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Toon Competition

A trio of hardy animated shorts score coveted competition slots in the Cannes Film Festival, the world’s most prestigious platform for motion pictures. The Cannes Film Festival is ... Continue Reading →
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A Big Payoff

Disaster movie meets teenage cartoonists in Dash Shaw’s hand-drawn feature debut, My Entire High School ... Continue Reading →
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Perfect Match

Aury Wallington J. Schumann The show runners behind ... Continue Reading →
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‘Archer’s Epic Flashback

Keeping things fresh has never been a problem for Archer. Launched in 2009 on FX as a comedy about a secret agent who works for his mother, the series’ success has allowed creator ... Continue Reading →
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Blue and All-New

Alan Hawkins – Animation Supervisor Brandon Jeffords – ... Continue Reading →
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A Joyful Ode

Director Tom McGrath brings classic animation techniques and their ... Continue Reading →
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Back from the Dead

Genndy Tartakovsky Genndy Tartakovsky and crew return after more than a decade away to give Samurai Jack the sendoff they, and the show’s ... Continue Reading →
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Mondo Producing New ‘Cat Agent,’ ‘Deep Space 69′ Eps

Mondo’s animated comedy series Cat Agent and Deep Space 69 will return for additional seasons with longer 11-minute episodes of the adult-oriented series that will premiere on ... Continue Reading →