The District, Jasper Morello Nab Top Annecy Kudos

The Mysterious Geographic Exploration of Jasper Morello by Aussie animator Anthony Lucas and The District by Hungary’s Aaron Gauder nabbed the top prizes for Best Short Film and ... Continue Reading →

Star Wars Master Receives AFI Award

Thousands of guests filled the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles on Friday for the 33rd American Film Institute Life Achievement Award. This time to honor George Lucas.   Next to Oscar’s ... Continue Reading →

Dano Draws a Crowd In Glendale

Artist Dan "Dano" Kubat (Baby Looney Tunes, Ozzy & Drix) will showcase some of his latest works of art at the "Double Aces Art Show" in Glendale this Saturday ... Continue Reading →

MOMA Opens Studio Ghibli Exhibit

The Museum of Modern Art in New York City today launches Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata: Masters of Animation, a 13-film tribute to the two founders of Japanese animation powerhouse ... Continue Reading →

Pitch Party Deadline Extended to June 10!

Meet The Pitch Party Judges Animation Magazine’s Fourth Annual Pitch Party is underway and we would like to introduce you to some of the distinguished animation industry professionals ... Continue Reading →

Cartoon Forum ’05 Offers Veggies, Aliens and Jesus

Organizers of this year’s Cartoon Forum in Kolding, Denmark have selected 69 from 24 countries to be showcased at this year’s event, Sep. 21-24. Judging from some of the ... Continue Reading →

Icon Animation Brings New Crop to Discop

Barcelona-based producer and distributor Icon Animation is taking a full slate of new animated programs to Discop 2005, the content and formats market exclusively dedicated to Central ... Continue Reading →

Mike Young Auditioning Grandparents

Mike Young Prods., the independent production company behind the hit PBS animated series, Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks, is auditioning grandparents with grandchildren ages ... Continue Reading →

Academy to Screen Restored Bambi

While the recently re-issued Bambi has been a big seller on home video, many viewers have never had the pleasure of seeing the Disney classic on the big screen. Those who live in the ... Continue Reading →

Cannes Critics Dig Jona/Tomberry

Dutch filmmaker, artist and composer Rosto picked up the Grand Prix Canal+ du Meilleur Court Métrage award for his animated short film, Jona/Tomberry, in Cannes, France. The ... Continue Reading →