New ‘Legend of Korra’ Game Debuts on

Fans of Nick’s popular animated series Legend of Korra can enjoy a new tie-in game which debuted this week on Legend of Korra Book 2: Dark Into Light, is based on upcoming ... Continue Reading →

Campanella’s ‘Foosball’ to Open Baja Intl. Festival

Juan José Campanella’s popular 3-D animated feature Foosball (Metegol) will kick off this year’s Baja Intl. Festival in Los Cabos (Nov. 13-16). The Argentine director’s ... Continue Reading →

Autodesk Introduces Pay-As-You-Go Plans

Entertainment creation software giant Autodesk is now offering its customers pay-as-you-go plans for its latest Design and Creation Suites, 3ds Max, Maya and Maya LT. The new payment ... Continue Reading →

SLR Greenlights ‘Captain Flinn’ Series

Australia’s SLR Productions has greenlit production of a new 52 x 11 animated series, Captain Flinn and The Pirate Dinosaurs, with local broadcast partner Nine Network and international ... Continue Reading →
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Garcia Delivers A New Edgar Allan Poe Short

Veteran animator Raul Garcia has finished a new animated short based on Edgar Allan Poe’s short story The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar, narrated by British actor Julian Sands. The ... Continue Reading →

Production I.G Announces Details on New Feature

Popular Japanese animation studio Production I.G is working on a new hand-drawn feature film titled Giovanni no Shima (Giovanni’s Island). Anime News Network reports that the ... Continue Reading →

Full Lineup of Italy’s VIEW Confab Is Announced

The full line-up for this year’s VIEW entertainment technology confab in Turin, Italy has been announced. Registration is now open for the event, which takes place Oct. 15-18. ILM’s ... Continue Reading →

Indie Sales Brings ‘Moomins on the Riviera’ to Toronto

Believe it or not, The Moomins are back in the news again. The popular Scandinavian brand created by Tove Jansson in the 1940s, will be featured in a new animated feature titled Moomins ... Continue Reading →

Toei Unveils ‘Harlock: Space Pirate’ in Venice

Although Hayao Miyazaki’s The Wind Rises got most of the coverage at the recent Venice Film Festival, another big Japanese feature was also screened at the global event. Directed ... Continue Reading →

New ‘Teen Titans Go!’ Digital to Debut in Dec.

Die-hard fans of Robin, Cyborg, Starfire, Raven and Beast Boy will be able to dive into more adventures of the fabulous fivesome in December when DC launches a new Teen Titans Go! digital ... Continue Reading →