ASIFA Has Chat with Don Hahn

In celebration of the release of Don Hahn’s latest book, The Alchemy of Animation, Woodbury University and ASIFA-Hollywood will host a panel discussion with the artist and long-time ... Continue Reading →

Family Guy Takes TV DVD Award

Spoofing Star Wars paid off for 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment at the fifth annual TV DVD Awards. Family Guy: Blue Harvest was named Best Animated TV DVD during the ceremony, held ... Continue Reading →

VES Adds Animation Category, Calls for Submissions

The Visual Effects Society (VES) is now accepting online submissions for the Seventh Annual VES Awards Show, taking place on Feb. 21, 2009 at the Century Plaza Hotel in Beverly Hills. ... Continue Reading →

Idiots, Bashir to Screen at AFI Fest

The American Film Institute (AFI) has announced the films to screen in and out of competition during this year’s AFI Fest, taking place Oct. 30 through Nov. 9 in Hollywood, Calif. ... Continue Reading →

Animae Caribe Honors Animators

Animae Caribe, the Caribbean’s only animation and new media festival, recently concluded with an awards ceremony that saw some of the best local and international animators recognized ... Continue Reading →

Academy Salutes NFB Shorts in D.C.

Celebrating more than 50 years of Oscar-worthy short-subject films, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, in partnership with the Charles Guggenheim Center for the Documentary ... Continue Reading →

3DX Opens with a Bolt

Two days before it opens in the U.S. Disney’s Bolt will premiere at the inaugural 3DX: 3D Film & Entertainment Technology Festival in Singapore. According to The Hollywood ... Continue Reading →

Animax Launches Canuck Script Contest

Los Angeles-based Animax Ent. is celebrating the opening of its new studio in Toronto with a script-writing contest for Canadians. The Animax Canucks Cartoon Script Contest is open ... Continue Reading →

AnimfxNZ Announces Speaker Lineup

AnimfxNZ, New Zealand’s conference for digital animation, effects, animation and games, today announced additional speakers in a lineup that already includes Academy Award winners ... Continue Reading →

Academy Examines 3D Techniques

As the animation industry and Hollywood in general looks to stereoscopic presentation as a way to fill more theater seats, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ Science ... Continue Reading →