Mobius Grasps Animal Logic

The creative brains over at Australia’s vfx powerhouse Animal Logic earned major kudos at the 2006 Mobius Awards in L.A. this past Friday, taking home First Place in the Special ... Continue Reading →

Clik Clak Clicks with Animex Jurors

The winners and runners up for the Animex Student Animation Awards were announced at Animex Talk! on Friday 10 by Shelley Page (DreamWorks Animation), David Sproxton (Aardman) and ... Continue Reading →

Gromit Sweeps Annie Awards

The 33rd Annual Annie Awards turned out to be the Nick Park and Steve Box show as the directors took the stage to accept award after award for their clay-animated feature, Wallace & ... Continue Reading →

Gromit Sweeps Annie Awards

The 33rd Annual Annie Awards turned out to be the Nick Park and Steve Box show as the directors took the stage to accept award after award for their clay-animated feature, Wallace & ... Continue Reading →

Action/Cut Wants Your Shorts

The Action/Cut Short Film Competition in Los Angeles has issued a call for entries and seeks animation of all genres and techniques. Now in its third year, the fest boasts a jury of ... Continue Reading →

46 films Tapped for Cartoon Movie

The eighth edition of Cartoon Movie is set to kick off on March 9 in the Babelsberg Studios in Potsdam, Germany. The three-day annual event is expected to draw more than 450 film industry ... Continue Reading →

Curse, Corpse, Castle Court Oscar

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences today unveiled its nominees for the best films of 2005, naming among them the three releases up for Best Animated Feature. And though ... Continue Reading →

Golden Globes in Toon for ’07

Not even the Hollywood Foreign Press can ignore the growing impact of animation on the art and industry of film. The organization announced today that it has added a Best Animated Feature ... Continue Reading →

Lady and the Tramp Returns in Hollywood

Walt Disney’s animated classic Lady and the Tramp will return to the big screen at Hollywood’s El Capitan Theatre for two weeks in February. The February 2-14 special engagement ... Continue Reading →

Science Exhibit Examines Marvel Heroes

For all its gamma rays, radioactive spider bites and chemically induced transformations, superhero science tends to be a bit shaky, to say the least. Even so, the California Science ... Continue Reading →