VES, Kerner Host Bay Area 3D Dos and Don’ts Event

The Northern California chapter of the Visual Effects Society will present a panel titled ‘Exploring 3D Stereo Do’s and Don’ts’ during an industry party to be ... Continue Reading →

Anime is in the Spotlight at Ottawa Festival

The Ottawa International Animation Festival will pay tribute to Japanese animation with a four-part program of films from independent animators including the acclaimed godfather of ... Continue Reading →

VES Honors Harryhausen with Lifetime Achievement Award

The Visual Effects Society will honor movie-making legend Ray Harryhausen with the VES Lifetime Achievement Award, which will be presented at the 9th annual VES Awards ceremony Jan. ... Continue Reading →

Stuttgart Festival Issues Call for Entries

The Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film has put a call for entries for its 18th annual edition. The festival last year drew more than 50,000 visitors and about 2,000 ... Continue Reading →

WIA’s Battle of the Animation Bands Postponed

Women in Animation has postponed its Battle of the Animation Bands event set for Sept. 25. The group’s co-presidents, Rita Street and Jan Nagel, cited lack of ticket sales and ... Continue Reading →

Illusionist, Planet 51, Sammy Up for EFA Honor

The Illusionist, Planet 51 and Sammy’s Adventures: The Secret Passage have been nominated for the European Film Award for the best animated feature. The films were chosen by ... Continue Reading →

YLE, Moonscoop, TeamTO Win Cartoon Tributes

The participants of the 2010 Cartoon Forum have chosen the winners of this year’s Cartoon Tributes honors. Announced last week in a ceremony at the event in Sopron, Hungary, the ... Continue Reading →

Festival, Society Bring Animated Premieres to Bay Area

The New York International Children’s Film Festival and the San Francisco Film Society have teamed up to present the West Coast premieres of such award-winning films as Eleanor’s ... Continue Reading →

Venice Awards 3D Prize; Katzenberg Blasts Conversions

Stereoscopic 3D remains the most-talked about technology in Hollywood, with Venice awarding special prizes to Avatar and How to Train Your Dragon while DreamWorks Animation chief Jeffrey ... Continue Reading →

Annie Awards Seeks Nominating Judges

The 2010 Annie Awards has put out a call for judges and is seeking animation professionals interested in serving on nomination committees. The committees select the nominations during ... Continue Reading →