Space Ace Returns Call to Action on iPhone

Space Ace, the classic 1980s animated arcade game follow up the groundbreaking Dragon’s Lair, has come to the iPhone and iPod Touch. Created by legendary animator Don Bluth, ... Continue Reading →

Totally Spies! The Movie Sells in Europe, Latin America

Distributors throughout Europe and Latin America have picked up the rights to Totally Spies! The Movie, a feature-length animated movie based on the popular TV series. Deals were closed ... Continue Reading →

Chorion Signs Global Partners for Mr. Men

Chorion has signed new licensing agreements in the United States, Europe and Down Under for the animated preschooler series The Mr. Men Show. In the United States, Fisher Price, Sony ... Continue Reading →

UNESCO Taps Olly for Educational Campaign

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization has picked the Moonscoop animated preschool series Dive Olly Dive! to part of its new educational campaign. UNESCO ... Continue Reading →

Warner Bros. Wants to be King of iPhone Apps

Warner Bros. is jumping into the business of creating apps for Apple’s iPhone and iPod Touch with both feet. The studio is working with developers on a wide variety of applications ... Continue Reading →

AT&T U-Verse Premiere New Wallace & Gromit in U.S.

The award-winning Aardman Animations short film Wallace & Gromit: A Matter of Loaf and Death will premiere in the United States June 5 on the AT&T U-Verse TV service. The ... Continue Reading →

Schoemann, Habibipour Join Titmouse

Animation and game studio Titmouse has added two executives to its roster. Sam Schoemann joins the company as VP of sales and marketing. Schoemann brings more than two experience to ... Continue Reading →

Pixomondo Opens Flagship Studio in Los Angeles

Visual-effects company Pixomondo has expanded its worldwide network of studios to Los Angeles, establishing a flagship studio in the suburb of Venice. The new facility joins the studio’s ... Continue Reading →

NYT’s Duenes to Give SIGGRAPH Keynote

Steve Duenes, graphics director for The New York Times, has been set as the third keynote speaker for SIGGRAPH 2009. A teacher at the School of Visual Arts and a contributing cartoonist ... Continue Reading →

SIGGRAPH Sets Animation Festival Award Nominees

The nominees have been announced for the 2009 SIGGRAPH Computer Animation Festival. More than 140 films will be shown at the festival, chosen from some 770 submissions from all over ... Continue Reading →