John Lasseter Tribute Dominates 4th Annual VES Awards

Last night’s Fourth Annual presentation of the Visual Effect Society Awards in Hollywood aimed to honor the best vfx work of 2005 in all media. However, because this year’s ... Continue Reading →

Aardman’s Morph to Phone It In

One of Aardman Animations’ first clay creations is set to make a comeback of the cellular kind some thirty years after his television debut. The multi award-winning Bristol-based ... Continue Reading →

Cartoon Movie Names Tribute Nominees

Three pairs of leading animated filmmakers are in the running for Best European Director at the 8th edition of Cartoon Movie. Set to take place march 9-11 at the Babelsberg Studio in ... Continue Reading →

Artists Offer Extreme Disney Makeovers

If you like to see modern takes on favorite Disney classics and you live in Los Angeles, then you have to visit a special show at Gallery 1988 running February 17-March 10. Remixing ... Continue Reading →

Aardman Leads British Animation Awards Race

Aardman Animation leads the finalists’ race in the jury-judged categories at this year’s British Animation Awards. Nick Park and Steve Box’s Wallace and Gromit: The ... Continue Reading →

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 →