Animation Co-op Winds Up for Project Pitch

The Animation Co-op has confirmed its annual Project Pitch for the evening of Saturday, April 2, at 2340 Overland Ave. in Los Angeles, Calif. Artists, filmmakers and toon aficionados ... Continue Reading →

Two Nights of Tartakovsky in Hollywood

The American Cinematheque of Hollywood will present a two-night special event showcasing the works of Samurai Jack and Dexter’s Laboratory creator Genndy Tartakovsky on Friday, ... Continue Reading →

Whedon to Write/Direct Wonder Woman

Joss Whedon, who scripted the 1992 Buffy the Vampire Slayer feature and turned it into a hit TV series, is taking on another butt-kicking femme, this time for the big screen. The wunderkind ... Continue Reading →

Lucas, Cameron in 3D at ShoWest

If you thought George Lucas was done tweaking the first film in the Star Wars series, think again. The movie mogul will screen clips of Star Wars: Episode IV–A New Hope converted ... Continue Reading →

Cartoon Movie 2005: Pitching Future Euro Toons in Potsdam

If you happened to be in Potsdam, Germany (which is about a 20-minute drive from Berlin) over the past week, you were likely to run into someone working in the feature animation business ... Continue Reading →

E3 2005 Program Unveiled

Tech freaks can start planning their E3 activities with the agenda for the 2005 Electronic Entertainment Expo conference and workshop program now available. Scheduled to take place ... Continue Reading →

Cartoons on the Bay to Honor Aardman, Rainbow

British studio Aardman Animation, home to the clay-animated Wallace and Gromit property, and Italy’s own Rainbow, producer of the TV series Winx Club, will both be named Studio ... Continue Reading →

George Lucas to Keynote SIGGRAPH

George Lucas, creator of the Star Wars and Indiana Jones franchises, is set to present the SIGGRAPH 2005 keynote address. “George Lucas: A Keynote Q&A with the Father of Digital ... Continue Reading →

Incredibles, Ryan Capture Oscars

Disney, Pixar and the animated stars of The Incredibles flexed their mighty muscles Sunday night by nabbing the Oscar for Best Animated Feature during the 77th annual Academy Awards ... Continue Reading →

ABC Cans Williams’ Oscar Toon Tune

The New York Times reports that execs at ABC put the nix on a song-and-dance number Oscar presenter Robin Williams planned to perform before announcing the winner of Best Animated Feature. ... Continue Reading →