Animation Vet Max Howard On Igor, Exodus and More

Halloween may have just passed us by, but for the folks at Venice, Calif.-based Exodus Film Group, secret laboratories in dark castles are still the order of the day as they toil away ... Continue Reading →

Helfant Gains Powers as Marvel Prez

It didn’t take exposure to radioactive materials to make Michael Helfant one of the most powerful men at Marvel Ent. The industry veteran has been appointed president and chief ... Continue Reading →

Corpse Bride Animator Drops Science in St. Louis

The science of animation becomes weird science when director/producer Tim Burton is involved. Now some lucky kids and other attendees will get the opportunity to see how his latest ... Continue Reading →

Wolf Made President of MTV Networks

Michael J. Wolf has been appointed president and chief operating officer of Viacom-owned MTV Networks, home to such cable outlets as Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, Spike TV and MTV. A ... Continue Reading →

Nodelman in New Soup

After last week announcing his departure from Noodlesoup Prods., the animation studio he founded, Jeff Nodelman has landed a new gig. The award-winning director and animator has been ... Continue Reading →

New Execs Sprout Up at PBS KIDS

Sandy Wax has been named president of programming and Andrew Beecham senior VP of programming for PBS KIDS Sprout, the new broadcast and online outlet for preschool content. Effective ... Continue Reading →

Noodlesoup Prods. Founder Splits

Jeff Nodelman, founder of animation studio Noodlesoup Prods., has left the company to pursue his own creative endeavors. According to Noodlesoup CEO Nathan Graf, Nodelman will continue ... Continue Reading →

Nick Park: Making His Mark in Clay

An interview with the creator of Wallace & Gromit and co-director of DreamWorks’ and Aardman’s Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit Animation Magazine ... Continue Reading →

Orphanage Adopts Tartakovsky

Samurai Jack creator Genndy Tartakovsky has a new job. The two-time Emmy winner behind Cartoon Network’s Dexter’s Laboratory and Star Wars: Clone Wars is heading up to San ... Continue Reading →

An American in Gromit Land

Animator Teresa Drilling talks about her Aard-uous work on Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit As one of only two American animators enlisted to help bring Wallace & ... Continue Reading →