Singapore, FremantleMedia Launch Animation Fund

The Media Development Authority of Singapore and FremantleMedia Enteprises have established a new International Animation Fund that will invest up to $3.5 million U.S. for qualifying ... Continue Reading →

CN, twofour54 Team Up for Arabic Projects

Cartoon Network and United Arab Emirates-based company twofour54 have teamed up to create Arabic animation projects. The deal will see Cartoon Network open development and production ... Continue Reading →

Date Night, Titans and Dragon in Three-Way Race

It was a three-movie race at the box office this weekend, with the comedy Date Night debuting in the gold-medal position followed closely by the 3-D films Clash of the Titans and the ... Continue Reading →

Cirkus Presents ABCs of Animation, Signs Marketing Deal

New Zealand-based animation studio Cirkus ‘ creators of the hit online video ABCs of Animation ‘ has signed a long-term PR and marketing deal with Mojo Working. Cirkus, ... Continue Reading →

Mr. Magoo Returns in New DVD Feature

The eyesight-challenged Mr. Magoo is back in Kung Fu Magoo, the first new Magoo production in more than 30 years. The all-new animated feature will be released May 11 on DVD and through ... Continue Reading →

Oscar-Nominated Shorts Gross $1 Million

Shorts International and Magnolia Pictures’ theatrical release of the Oscar-nominated animated and live-action short films of 2010 has grossed more than $1 million at the box ... Continue Reading →

Machinima Moves to the Next Level

One of the most fascinating aspects of animation is how the field continues to grow and mutate in so many different directions. While we’re seeing the applications of animation ... Continue Reading →

Titans Unleash $64M Opening

Clash of the Titans powered its way to the top of the box office this weekend, taking in a leading $64 million. The remake of the 1981 cult classic was released in 2D and 3-D versions. ... Continue Reading →

Titans Clash in 3-D, Kells Arrives in L.A.

Modern takes on a pair of ancient tales ‘ one a mammoth, the other modest ‘ will compete for moviegoers’ attention at the box office the weekend. Clash of the Titans, ... Continue Reading →

Selick Comes Home to Disney-Pixar

Coraline director Henry Selick has signed a deal to make stop-motion animated features for Disney-Pixar. The deal brings Selick back to the studio where he began his animation career ... Continue Reading →
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