Brave Story to Compete at RomeFilmFest

Brave Story, an animated feature produced by GONZO, the main production subsidiary of Tokyo-based GDH K.K., has been selected to compete in the children’s films category at the ... Continue Reading →

Mobile TV Awards Given at MIPCOM

Six programs emerged victorious as the Mobile Screenings and Awards concluded at MIPCOM in Cannes, France. Chosen by an international grand jury from a total of 23 nominated projects, ... Continue Reading →

Family Guy Art Coming to Beverly Hills

A collection of art pieces inspired by FOX’s hit animated series Family Guy will be on display next month at The Museum of TV & Radio in Beverly Hills. The exhibit, titled ... Continue Reading →

Nick Execs Headline MIPCOM Jr. Licensing Seminar

MTV Networks International announced that Leigh Anne Brodsky, president of Nickelodeon & Viacom Consumer Products, and Brown Johnson, executive creative director for Nickelodeon ... Continue Reading →

Seth Macfarlane Visits CAI

The Cartoon Animation Institute (CAI) has tapped Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane and Fox Television Animation supervision director Peter Shin to speak at its inaugural open-forum ... Continue Reading →

Christies, Mr. Schwartz Win Big at Ottawa

Director Phil Mulloy’s The Christies from Spectre Films in the U.K. took the Mercury Filmworks Prize for best animated feature at the Ottawa Int’l Animation Festival over ... Continue Reading →

Overlooked Toons Find Spotlight in L.A.

The American Cinematheque in Los Angeles will present a series of rare animated works starting Friday, Sept. 22 and continuing through Sunday, Sept. 24. Titled ‘Unshown Cinema: ... Continue Reading →

HDFEST World Tour Launches in Asia

HDFEST today announced the launch of its HDFEST 2006 World Tour, which will screen animation and other independently produced high-definition productions across the globe. Now in its ... Continue Reading →

Milch Takes Top Prize in Hiroshima

Igor Kovalyov’s Milch from the U.S. beat out 52 other entries to win the grand Prix and a one-million-yen ($8,620) bounty at the 11th edition of the biannual Hiroshima International ... Continue Reading →

Snakes on an Auction Block

Though most of the title reptiles in New Line Cinema’s hit creature feature Snakes on a Plane were computer generated, a few silicone replicas were used during filming to stand ... Continue Reading →