G4 to Televise Lucasfilm Comic-Con Panel

Lucasfilm and G4 TV are set to make Comic-Con history by broadcasting this year’s Star Wars Spectacular panel on national television. The panel, always one of the most popular ... Continue Reading →

NYICFF Hosts U.S. Premiere of Kells

The Secret of Kells, the long-awaited animated feature from the producers of Kirikou and the Sorceress and The Triplets of Belleville, will have its first U.S. screenings at the New ... Continue Reading →

Spine Animator Landreth to Speak at SIGGRAPH

Chris Landreth, director of the acclaimed computer-animated short film The Spine, will speak at this year’s SIGGRAPH conference in New Orleans. Winner of an Academy Award for ... Continue Reading →

English Evangelion to Screen at Anime Expo

The English dub of Hideaki Anno’s feature film Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone will premiere at this year’s Anime Expo. Set for July 2-5 at the Los Angeles Convention ... Continue Reading →

Cartoon Forum Offers 63 Productions

Cartoon Forum, the European co-production event, will present 63 animation projects with a combined budget of $215 million at its 20th-annual event set for Sept. 22-25. The lineup includes ... Continue Reading →

Titmouse Seeks Animators for Reality Series

Hollywood-based animation studio Titmouse is seeking animators with ideas for short films to take part in a reality-style competition TV series titled 7200 Frames. The series, which ... Continue Reading →

Academy Sets Miyazaki Screening, Talk

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will host a special screening of Hayao Miyazaki’s Oscar-winning feature Spirited Away and a tribute to the animation master himself. The ... Continue Reading →

Los Angeles Film Fest Highlights Toon Content

Animation will play a major role at the upcoming Los Angeles Film Festival, set to kick off this Thursday and run through June 28. In addition to the U.S. premiere of the Hayao Miyazaki ... Continue Reading →

Coraline, Mary and Max, Slavar Among Annecy’s Top Winners

Stop-motion was the name of the game at the Annecy festival this past weekend as Henry Selick’s acclaimed fantasy Coraline and Adam Elliot’s Sundance favorite Mary and Max ... Continue Reading →

Pajama Gladiator Wins Gold Medal at Student Oscars

Pajama Gladiator won the top prize for an animated film at the 2009 Student Academy Awards ceremony, held Saturday evening in Beverly Hills. The film, made by Glenn Harmon of Brigham ... Continue Reading →