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With this year’s Cartoon Movie market set to kick off in Germany next month, organizers have released their list of nominees for the 2005 Tributes. Taking place March 10-12 in Potsdam, Cartoon Movie will ask professionals in attendance to vote for three winners from the following six individuals or companies [...]
Animation fans in the Los Angeles area can now check out the second edition of The Animation Show, a touring festival of animation presented by King of the Hill creator Mike Judge and Oscar-nominated filmmaker Don Hertzfeldt (Billy’s Balloon, Rejected). The short film exhibition will be in town for one [...]
Spell casting, web slinging and plane crashing were the order of the evening as the Visual Effects Society handed out awards Wednesday night at its third annual gala event at the Hollywood Palladium. A who’s who list of industry professionals came out to honor their own and bestow a lifetime [...]
The occasion was black-tie but many of the award recipients were perhaps more comfortable with blue spandex covered with ping-pong balls. Three leading motion-capture companies were among the honorees at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ 2004 Scientific and Technical Awards held Saturday night at the Ritz-Carlton Huntington [...]
The Ottawa Int’l Animation Festival (OIAF) has issued a worldwide call for entries for its 2005 event, being held Sept. 21-25 in Canada’s capital. Now that the Ottawa Int’l Student Animation Festival (SAFO) is defunct, student animators are welcome to submit this year, along with Independent and commercial filmmakers working [...]
Multiple Annie Award winner and Oscar nominee Brad Bird, director of The Incredibles, will be signing books and scripts this Wednesday, Feb. 9, at Barnes and Noble located in The Grove at Farmers Market in Los Angeles. The signing will begin at 7:30 p.m. Bird will be signing copies of [...]
With his latest CG short, Ryan, in the running for this year’s Oscar, Canadian filmmaker Chris Landreth is in Hollywood this week for a special screening event presented by ASIFA-Hollywood and the American Cinematheque. The retrospective will be held at the Egyptian Theatre on Hollywood Blvd. tomorrow, Feb. 8, at [...]
If you don’t mind a little rain, there may be a job in the video game industry waiting for you in Seattle. A number of area companies will be Interviewing and hiring at the Seattle Video Game Industry Job Conference and Resume Workshop on Feb. 12 at the Shoreline Center [...]
If you want to get up close and personal with the mad geniuses behind Cartoon Network’s brilliant Adult Swim block, we’ve got some good news for you. This year’s William S. Paley Television Festival, sponsored by the Museum of Television & Radio is planning an Adult Swim evening on Friday, [...]
Anime devotees living in the Los Angeles area can get a sneak peek at the Tokyo Int’l Anime Fair with four world premiere screenings on Monday, Feb. 7. The event is part of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government’s trade and tourism mission and will include an animation trade fair for media [...]