Phineas and Ferb Creators Talk About Emmy Nom!

Since Disney’s popular Phineas and Ferb series was nominated for an Emmy in the Special Class category (for the episode titled ‘The Monster Of Phineas-N-Ferbenstein’) ... Continue Reading →

Loesch to Head Up Hasbro-Discovery Venture

Margaret Loesch, a veteran of the children’s entertainment and animation industries, is the new president and CEO of Hasbro and Discovery’s multiplatform joint venture. Loesch ... Continue Reading →

Voice Actor McKennon Dies

Dallas McKennon, a prolific voice actor for more than 50 years in animated films and TV shows, died Tuesday morning at the age of 89. McKennon was best known as the voice of Gumby, ... Continue Reading →

E1 Picks Chang for Development Post

Swin Chang has joined E1 Entertainment as the company’s director of development for kids and animation. Chang will be based in Toronto and be responsible for bringing new properties ... Continue Reading →

Philip Hunt, Creative Director, Studio aka

This week, director Philip Hunt’s charming CG-animated project Lost and Found took home the top audience award at the Palm Springs Short Festival. Produced by Hunt and his team ... Continue Reading →

8 Animators, Selick Invited to Join Academy

Eight animators and Coraline director Henry Selick are among the 134 people working in motion pictures who have been invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The ... Continue Reading →

Ferraiolo Returns to Soup2Nuts

Scholastic Media has announced that Emmy-winning writer, director and producer Jack D. Ferraiolo is returning to its animation studio Soup2Nuts as development executive. In his new ... Continue Reading →

VES Honors Pixar’s Catmull

The Visual Effects Society will honor Ed Catmull, president of the Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios, with its 2010 George Melies Award. The honor, presented to people who have ... Continue Reading →

Rising Stars of Animation: Class of 2009

Throughout the year, we learn about numerous talented animators who are revitalizing the industry with their bold, original visions and inspiring projects. Although we could devote ... Continue Reading →

Tatia RosenthalDirector, $9.99

Tatia Rosenthal’s acclaimed stop-motion movie $9.99 will be getting a limited release in New York and Los Angeles on June 19, and will platform throughout the month in other cities ... Continue Reading →