CTN Expo Programming Now Online; 2010 Dates Set

The CTN Animation Expo made its debut in November, attracting more than 2,800 attendees from all over the world to three days of animation heaven in Burbank. Now, for those those were ... Continue Reading →

Academy Exhibit Covers Career, Creations of Ray Harryhausen

‘The Fantastical Worlds of Ray Harryhausen,’ a summer retrospective exhibition focusing on the careers of the visual effects pioneer, opens May 14 at the Academy of Motion ... Continue Reading →

Ottawa Festival to Showcase Tezuka, Czeck Animation

A special screening of short films by Japanese manga pioneer Osamu Tezuka (Astro Boy, Kimba the White Lion) and an international focus on the work of top Czech animators are part of ... Continue Reading →

Academy Spotlights Animation, Classical Music

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will highlight the most inspired and memorable uses of classical music in animation at a special event set for May 14. What’s ... Continue Reading →

Annecy, Mon Amour!

In anticipation of the 50th anniversary edition of Annecy, animation luminaries reminisce about the many reasons they fell in love with this remarkable festival. Philippe Alessandri, ... Continue Reading →

We’ll Always Have Rapallo!

The 14th edition of the fantastic Cartoons on the Bay Festival offers four days of jam-packed panels, special screenings and tributes to Don Bluth and Italian studio Atlantyca. Italy’s ... Continue Reading →

Market Watch 2010!

Everything you need to know about this year’s TV animation market, but were too busy to ask! Are you looking to sharpen your competitive edge? Need to know what’s happening ... Continue Reading →

Academy Announced Chuck Jones Exhibition

The classic cartoon creations of animator Chuck Jones are set to take over the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in an summer exhibition opening May 14 titled ‘Chuck ... Continue Reading →

Granny and Geronimo Make Waves at Cartoons on the Bay Festival

The 14th Edition of the Cartoons on the Bay festival (held in Rapallo, Italy) came to a close this past weekend, with Brown Bag Films’ Oscar-nominated short Granny O’Grimm ... Continue Reading →

Discover Animation Made in France

France is a powerhouse in animation ‘ as evidenced most recently by the success of this year’s animated short film Oscar winner Logorama ‘ and it wants to make sure ... Continue Reading →