DreamWorks Plans Panda, Dragon Arena Shows

DreamWorks Animation is developing a pair of arena shows that will be based on their feature films Kung Fu Panda and the upcoming How to Train Your Dragon. The Kung Fu Panda show is ... Continue Reading →

Daytime Emmy Noms Announced

The National Academy of TV Arts and Sciences has released the list of nominees for the 36th Annual Daytime Awards. Judging for the category of Individual Achievement in Animation will ... Continue Reading →

Judges Set for Animag’s 8th Annual Pitch Party

The judges have been set for Animation Magazine‘s eighth annual Pitch Party. The Pitch Party offers independent artists an opportunity to advertise their animated properties ... Continue Reading →

Autodesk Solicits Entries for SIGGRAPH Showcase

Software company Autodesk has put a call for entries for the Best of the Best Animation Show Reel it will showcase at this year’s SIGGRAPH. The reel will be shown at Autodesk’s ... Continue Reading →

Ponyo to Close L.A. Film Fest

The English-language premiere of Hayao Miyazaki’s animated Ponyo will be the closing film of this year’s Los Angeles Film Festival. The film, inspired by the Hans Christian ... Continue Reading →

Student Oscars Pick Three Animated Winners

Twelve student films, including three animated ones, have been named winners in the 36th annual Student Academy Awards. The animated winners are: ‘ Kites, Jed Henry, Brigham ... Continue Reading →

10 Films Vie for Votes in NFB Contest

Voting has opened online for the National Film Board of Canada’s 5th annual short film competiton at Cannes. The contest, organized by the NFB and the Cannes Short Film Corner ... Continue Reading →

Alpha 9! Leads Toon Honors at Dusty Awards

Jake Armstrong won the top prize for traditional animation for his film The Terrible Thing of Alpha-9! Saturday night at the 20th annual Dusty Film and Animation Festival and Award. Showbiz ... Continue Reading →

Stuttgart Crowns Mary and Max

Mary and Max added to an already impressive list of festival prizes by taking home this weekend the AniMovi prize at the 16th Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film in Germany. The film, ... Continue Reading →

Venice to Debut 3-D Toy Story Pics

The Venice Film Festival will play host to the world premiere of Pixar’s 3-D versions of Toy Story and Toy Story 2. The screenings complement the festival’s presentation ... Continue Reading →