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Hilltop Hospital didn’t have to mend any broken hearts at the Arthur and Bob the Builder camps over the weekend as The 2003 British Children’s Film and Television Award winners were announced on Sunday, Nov. 30. The Bob the Builder special A Christmas to Remember took top honors in the [...]
To celebrate Mickey Mouse’s 75th birthday, Stage Nine Entertainment Store, Northern California’s only Disney Preferred Gallery, will present a special exhibit on Saturday, Dec. 6, from 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m. A sizeable collection of Disney memorabilia will be on display and Mickey and Minnie voice talents Wayne Allwine and Russi Taylor [...]
If you missed this year’s SIGGRAPH in San Diego, Calif., and you live in the Portland, Oregon, area, you still have a chance to see the popular showcase of digital animation known as the Electronic Theater. Cascade ACM SIGGRAPH, Oregon and Southwest Washington’s local SIGGRAPH chapter will present a special [...]
The Sixth Edition of the International Forum for Animation Technologies wrapped on Saturday with a screening of French director Francis Nielsen’s The Dog, The General and the Birds (Le chien, le general et les oiseaux). This lovingly drawn, poetic animated feature marks the continuation of the French animation revival that [...]
A lively debate on the current state of 2D animation, presented by veteran animation director Tom Sito (Shrek, Looney Tunes: Back in Action), kicked off the Annual Forum for Animation Technologies in Angoulême, France, yesterday. Organized by Magelis, an economic development program centered on the industries, technologies and trades in [...]
The Fifth International Forum for Animation Technologies kicked off today in Angoulême, France and continues through Saturday, Nov. 15. Organized by Magelis, the Pôle Image d’Angoulême with the support of the CNC (French Film Board), the SPFA (French Animation Producers’ Trade Organization) and the CST (French Technicians’ Commission), the event [...]
Cartoon Network will animate London’s Millennium Dome this holiday season as it takes over a whole area of Winter Wonderland 2003, one of Europe’s largest festival experiences. Johnny Bravo, Dexter, Dee Dee, Scooby Doo and the Powerpuff Girls will be among the toon favorites entertaining young and old in Greenwich [...]
Feature animation producers from DreamWorks, Disney, Pixar, DPS/Film Roman and Universal got together at DreamWorks last night to talk about the advantages and growing pains (or in some cases downsizing pains) associated with going digital. The panel discussion was presented by the New Media Council of the Producers Guild of [...]
Respected animator and animation historian John Canemaker will appear in person at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) on Friday, Nov. 7 with the multimedia presentation The Art and Flair of Mary Blair. Based on his new Disney Editions book, the lecture will describe the life and career [...]
Disney’s Kim Possible took home top honors for animated programming at the 2003 Women’s Image Network (WIN) awards ceremony Sunday, November 2 at the Culver Studios. The action/adventure/comedy series about a brainy teenage girl who’s more comfortable fighting crime than dealing with high school airs on Disney Channel and is [...]