Six Juried Award Emmy Winners Announced

The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has announced the six winners of juried awards for outstanding individual achievement in animation. These prizes will be presented at ... Continue Reading →

REDCAT’s Hot for Animation This Fall

The new fall season at REDCAT (the Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater in Los Angeles) will offer an eclectic mix of cutting-edge animated projects from around the world. Among the ... Continue Reading →

Animag Announces 5th Pitch Event Panelist

Animation Magazine is delighted to announce the latest addition to our upcoming How to Create a Winning Animation Pitch panel: Cartoon Network’s director of original comedy animation, ... Continue Reading →

Lasseter to Receive Golden Lion from Lucas

George Lucas will present the Venice Festival’s Golden Lion Lifetime Achievement Award to John Lasseter, Brad Bird, Pete Docter, Andrew Stanton and Lee Unkrich. Lucas, hailed ... Continue Reading →

WALL’E Writers Up for Humanitas Prize

After winning almost every prize under the sun last year, WALL’E writers Andrew Stanton, Pete Docter and Jim Reardon are up for one more award in September. Stanton, Docter and ... Continue Reading →

Musashi Wows Critics in Locarno

Production I.G’s Musashi: The Dream of the Last Samurai has been receiving strong reviews since it debuted at the Locarno Film Festival recently. Produced by Tetsuya Kinoshita ... Continue Reading →

Plympton Offers Toon Course

Famed indie animator/director Bill Plympton, who has twice earned Oscar nods (for Guard Dog in 2004 and Your Face in 1987) as well as tons of top animation awards across the globe, ... Continue Reading →

Montreal Fest Premieres 2 NFB Shorts

The animated short films Vive la Rose and Land of the Heads ‘ both produced by the National Film Board of Canada ‘ will premiere at the Montreal World Film Festival. Bruce ... Continue Reading →

CG on the Fly

SIGGRAPH spotlights real-time animation People who work with real-time animation don’t often see their work projected at SIGGRAPH. Whenever real-time projects have appeared in ... Continue Reading →

Let the Good Bytes Roll

The eclectic sights and sounds of New Orleans add an extra dimension to this year’s SIGGRAPH confab and CG animation festival. It’s a commonly acknowledged fact that the ... Continue Reading →