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The wealth was spread evenly among various TV and cable networks as this year’s Creative Arts Daytime Emmy Awards were handed out on Saturday. The ceremony, which took place simultaneously at the Marriot Marquis Hotel in New York City and at the Grand Ballroom at Hollywood and Highland in Los [...]
An exhibit showcasing the inspiring effects of animation on school children will be on display at the Alberto Vilar Gallery in London May 30 through June 4. The Arts & Kids’ program titled CARToon NetWORK: ARTWORK is a series of three workshops developed by Cartoon Network and the Arts & [...]
Women In Animation Int’l offers Southern California residents an in-depth look at the inner workings of the animation industry and how to get in with a pair of special programs scheduled for later this month. First up is BAFTA/LA’s panel discussion “The Business of Animation: Television and Film” on Friday, [...]
Twenty-nine students from 17 colleges and universities have been selected as finalists in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ 31st annual Student Academy Awards competition. Their films will now be screened and judged by Academy members in order to select the winners for the June 13 ceremony. The [...]
Tokyo-based animation studio Robot Communications took the top prize in the Game Cinematics category at last night’s awards ceremony for 3D Festival 2004 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Robot employed Discreet’s 3ds max and character studio software to create the animated opening cinematic sequence for the popular PlayStation 2 game, Onimusha 3: [...]
ACM SIGGRAPH today announced the Computer Animation Festival’s Best Animated Short and Jury Honors winners for SIGGRAPH 2004. The 31st int’l conference on computer graphics and interactive techniques is being held August 8-12 in Los Angeles, Calif. Chaired by Chris Bregler of New York University, the Computer Animation Festival jury [...]
For the fourth consecutive year, independent animator Bill Plympton (Mutant Aliens, the upcoming Hair High) will lead the animation program for the Woodstock Film Festival. The Plymptoons creator will be in charge of selecting a panel of peers to judge entries and presenting the Best Animation award. In 2003, Plympton [...]
Sponsored by the University of Teesside in the U.K., The Animex Student Animation Awards are dedicated to the promotion of the art of animation and celebrates the works of students worldwide. Entries are now being accepted for the 2004/2005 edition. Animated projects produced between June 1, 2003, and Oct. 1, [...]
The new Bill Plympton short Guard Dog, Sci-Fi Channel/Cinegroupe’s 3D series Tripping the Rift and Aardman Animation/ITV1 series Creature Comforts were some of the high-profile projects honored at the 8th edition of the Cartoons on the Bay Festival in Positano, Italy, last week. Headed by Linda Simenksy, senior director of [...]
ASIFA-Hollywood will salute the independent toon studio behind Mr. Magoo, the Oscar-winning short Gerald McBoing-Boing and other animated classics from the 1950s and ’60s when it presents "A Tribute to UPA." The event takes place Saturday, April 24 at 3 p.m. at the American Film Institute. Special guest Tee Bosustow [...]