Children’s BAFTA Noms Announced

Nominees have been announced for the 11th Annual British Academy Children’s Film and Television Awards. Presented in association with Electronic Arts, the kudo fest will be held ... Continue Reading →

Transformers, 300 Score Scream Awards

Big-screen adaptations of the ’80s cartoon Transformers and the graphic novel 300 raked in kudos at Spike TV’s 2007 Scream Awards over the weekend. Honoring the year’s ... Continue Reading →

Attila Premieres in Hollywood

The Hollywood Film Festival will host the world premiere of Attila and the Great Blue Bean, a new animated film from veteran TV animation director Kent Butterworth. The independently ... Continue Reading →

Alpha Worm Wiggles to Sci-Fi Museum Fest

Animator Mike Fisher, whose 3-D Pete comics regularly appear in Animation Magazine, has informed us that his latest short, Alpha Worm, was selected for inclusion in the 2008 Science ... Continue Reading →

VES Tours India

The Visual Effects Society is launching a tour that will bring three top vfx professionals to five major cities in India. Tim McGovern, Peter Chiang and Eric Roth will travel to Ahmedabad, ... Continue Reading →

Women in Animation Presents Shorts Panel

For those who have been thinking about making their own animated short film, the Los Angeles chapter of Women in Animation will shed some light on the process with a special panel discussion ... Continue Reading →

Suzuki Drives Animation Contest

Suzuki Auto has teamed with the New York Int’l Latino Film Festival (NYILFF) and Cinedulce.com to announce the official call for entries for its first nationwide animation contest, ... Continue Reading →

Rome Fest Has Fears(s) of the Dark

The French animated feature Peur(s) du noir (Fear(s) of the Dark) has been added to the program for the second annual Rome Film Festival. According to Daily Variety, the film about ... Continue Reading →

TELETOON Scholarships Awarded

Canadian broadcaster TELETOON today announced the winners of the 2007 TELETOON Animation Scholarship, an initiative designed to support Canada’s up-and-coming animation talent. ... Continue Reading →

Classic Trek on the Big Screen

Fans of the original Star Trek television series will soon have a chance to see two popular episodes in their local movie theaters, complete with new, start-of-the art visual effects ... Continue Reading →