Hummel Named CEO at Post Logic

Rob Hummel has left his position as president of digital cinema at Dalsa to join DI and film restoration company Post Logic Studios as CEO. Hummel is succeeding Larry Birstock, who ... Continue Reading →

Vintage Superheroes, Scooby on Home Video

It’s all about the animated classics in this week’s home video releases, with vintage superhero and Scooby-Doo releases leading the way. Up first is Super Friends: The Lost ... Continue Reading →

Up Comes Home; Monsters, Inc. Gets Blu-ray Upgrade

Disney Home Entertainment will release the Pixar movie Up on DVD and Blu-ray on Nov. 10 ‘ the same day the studio will release for the first time on Blu-ray its 2001 hit Monsters, ... Continue Reading →

Anifest India Postponed by Swine Flu

A deadly outbreak of the H1N1 ‘swine flu’ virus has forced organizers to postpone Anifest India, the nation’s largest animation festival. In a statement, The Animation ... Continue Reading →

Final King of the Hill Airs Sept. 13

The Fox network has announced that the final, hour-long episode of Mike Judge’s long-running animated series King of the Hill will air on Sept. 13. The episode includes two installments, ... Continue Reading →

Venice 3-D Prize Gets Animated

The Venice Film Festival has nominated nine films ‘ all from the United States and more than half of them animated ‘ for its first ever Persol 3-D Award. The nominees and ... Continue Reading →

S-3D Gaming Alliance Formed

Hot on the heels of several stereoscopic 3-D gaming demonstrations at SIGGRAPH, several leading gaming companies have announced the formation of an advocacy group called the S-3D Gaming ... Continue Reading →

SIGGRAPH’S FJORG! And GameJam! Winners Announced

Prestissimo, a group of animators from Thailand, won the third annual FJORG! Animation competition at SIGGRAPH for their reel, titled Great Expectations. FJORG! is the ‘iron man’ ... Continue Reading →

Spectacular Spider-Man Awaits Third Season

Few shows were as at home at the recent Comic-Con International in San Diego than The Spectacular Spider-Man, the most-recent animated series to adapt the classic Marvel Comics series ... Continue Reading →

G.I. Joe and Cobra Rattle the Box Office

G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra rocked the weekend box office, posting the fourth-biggest August opening ever with more than $56 million in receipts. The movie, a Paramount release based ... Continue Reading →