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Oscar-winning visual effects and multiplatform content company, Framestore has opened a new office in Montreal. The Canadian studio is the fourth link in Framestore’s global chain, complementing existing offices in London, New York and LA. The office is located in de Gaspé which is at the heart of the Mile [...]
Ralph is finally a winner. Disney’s popular animated feature Wreck-It Ralph, about an 8-bit videogame baddie who wants to change his life, was the winner of the Best Animated Feature at this past weekend’s 24th Annual Producers Guild Awards. The film’s producer Clark Spencer took home the coveted prize. The [...]
France’s Academy of Technical Arts and Sciences nominated five well-received animated titles for this year’s Cesars, the country’s equivalent of the Oscars. Unlike the Academy Awards, the animation category covers both animated features and shorts: The five nominees for this year’s animated Cesars are: Edmond Was a Donkey. Directed by [...]
Author, critic and film historian Leonard Maltin will host the 4th Annual 3D Creative Arts Awards on February 6th at the Beverly Hills Hotel. Hosted by the International 3D Society, the event will honor Panasonic Corp. for broadcasting the 2012 Summer Olympics in 3D, DreamWorks Animation and director Ang Lee for his [...]
If you are attending the Kidscreen Summit in New York City next month, make sure you stop by the Hilton’s Bridges Bar on Friday, Feb. 8 at 6 p.m. That’s when Women in Animation and Toon Boom are hosting a special happy hour. Animation technology giant Toon Boom is buying [...]
Marcel Jean, the new Artistic Director of the Annecy International Animation Film Festival (taking place June 10 to 15 in France this year) has revealed some preliminary guidelines for this year’s edition of the fest. Annecy 2013 has already shown signs of change with the appointment of Jean and plans [...]
The awesome team at the Ottawa 2013 International Animation Festival, which takes place September 18-22 this year, has revealed a few tidbits about the new edition of the world-class event: First up, Oscar-winning Australian stop-motion animator Adam Elliot (Harvey Krumpet, Mary and Max) will offer a special master class and [...]
Tony Donoghue’s short Irish Folk Furniture has picked up the Best Animated Short prize at the Sundance Film Festival. Funded by the Irish Film Board, the short brings to life the cultural and social history of Irish farmhouse furniture and was selected from more than 8,000 short film applications. The [...]
Gennie Rim, former artistic manager at Pixar and Disney and founder of GRworks, will present the latest installment in her ongoing series of shows centered on the art of animation with a new exhibit, “Ladies of Animation,” which will showcase the personal work of female artist from major studios including [...]
To keep the momentum of its popular global blackout show Revolution during the winter hiatus, NBC has launched animated webisodes of the show on its website, reports ew.com. Starting today (Monday, January 21) the network will offer these new weekly toons through Feb. 18 on NBC.com, YouTube, Hulu and on [...]