GO-N Prods. Arrives on Euro Toon Scene

French and Japanese producers have come together to form GO-N Prods., a new company that will create French and European animation for children. The Paris, France-based entity will ... Continue Reading →

Annie Awards Call For Entries

ASIFA-Hollywood, The International Animated Film Society, today announced its call for entries for 32nd Annual Annie Awards honoring outstanding achievement in animation across film, ... Continue Reading →

Donald Gets His Star

Celebrating his 70th birthday, beloved Disney character Donald Duck was honored with his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The star was unveiled Monday morning in front of the ... Continue Reading →

ILL Clan Greets G.O.P. with Live Cartoon

The ILL Clan Inc, a New York-based 3D animation and video game studio, will perform an improvised, 3D-animated comedy show at Cinema Classics in New York’s East Village on Aug. ... Continue Reading →

Daria Creator Graces Portland Indy Fest

Patrick Smith, one of New York City’s foremost independent animators, will be a guest of honor at this year’s Portland Indy Animation Festival on Wdenesday, Aug. 11 at 8 ... Continue Reading →

Annie Awards to Include Game Animation

With the video game industry ruling the entertainment biz and game animation reaching feature-quality, those who create that animation are starting to get some much-deserved award season ... Continue Reading →

Hair, Frogs, Days, Pinocchio Compete at Ottawa

Official selections have been made for the 2004 Ottawa Int’l Animation Festival. In competition in the feature category are Bill Plympton’s highly anticipated Hair High, ... Continue Reading →

Alias Hatches SIGGRAPH Plans

Alias today unveiled its lineup of events for this year’s SIGGRAPH convention in Los Angeles, Calif. The confab marks Alias’ debut as an independent company following its ... Continue Reading →

Balloon Soars at HypeFest

HypeFest 2004 wrapped up last week with its annual awards show honoring shorts, commercials, promos and music videos in all genres. The event even hosts a screenwriting contest and ... Continue Reading →

Three Feature Toons to Swim in Venice

Three major animated features are set to make a big splash at the 61st Venice International Film Festival this year. DreamWorks’ Shark Tale, Hayaho Miyazaki’s Howl’s ... Continue Reading →