Sundance Fest Shorts Lineup Is Announced

Sundance Institute has announced the lineup for the 2006 Sundance Film Festival’s shorts program, which will feature 73 projects split into domestic and international competitive ... Continue Reading →

ION Fest Starts Dec. 16

The 2005 ION Fest is gearing up to present more than 80 films, including 17 world premieres, from Dec. 16-18. Celebrating the convergence of animation, games and film, the second annual ... Continue Reading →

Disney Celebrates Pooh’s 80th

Disney today launched a global campaign marking the 80th anniversary of Winnie the Pooh, one of its most enduring and lucrative properties. The 18-month celebration will be commemorated ... Continue Reading →

Academy Talks Animation and VFX

The Science & Technology Council of the Motion Picture Academy will present a special program dubbed ‘Animation Invades Live Action’ tonight (Dec. 6) at the Samuel ... Continue Reading →

Wallace & Gromit Leads Annie Noms

DreamWorks Animation’s and Aardman Animations’ clay-animated feature, Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit came out on top as ASIFA-Hollywood today announced ... Continue Reading →

Wallace & Gromit Leads Annie Noms

DreamWorks Animation’s and Aardman Animations’ clay-animated feature, Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit came out on top as ASIFA-Hollywood today announced ... Continue Reading →

AEAF Sneaks Kong in Sydney

The 11th annual Australian Effects & Animation Festival (AEAF) will feature a special sneak preview of Peter Jackson’s eagerly awaited remake of King Kong at the Sydney Convention ... Continue Reading →

Cartoons On The Bay Deadline Jan. 15

Organizers have set Jan. 15, 2006 as the deadline for submissions for the 10th annual Cartoons on the Bay International Festival of Television Animation. The fest and Pulcinella Awards ... Continue Reading →

BAFTAs for Incredibles, Jakers!, Peppa

A family of superheroes, a reindeer and a pair of pigs picked up awards from the British Academy of Film & Television Arts on Sunday, Nov. 27. The annual Children’s Film ... Continue Reading →

Report from e-magiciens 2005

While their American counterparts were diving into turkey and mashed potatoes, young European artists converged on Valenciennes in northern France last week to give thanks for the digital ... Continue Reading →