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DreamWorks’ ‘Dragon’ Wins Humane Society Genesis Award

DreamWorks Animation’s How to Train Your Dragon has added yet another notch in its awards-tally belt, taking home the best feature film award at the Humane Society of the United ... Continue Reading →
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DreamWorks Sets Release Dates for 9 Films Through 2014

DreamWorks Animation has announced release dates through 2014 for nine feature films, with three sequels and six original features. The studio will release three films in 2013 and two ... Continue Reading →
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DreamWorks Reports Profits Up for 4Q, 2010

With three movies released and strong financials, 2010 was a good year for DreamWorks Animation. The company reported its fourth-quarter and year-end results. For the fourth-quarter, ... Continue Reading →
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BAFTA Awards Honor ‘Toy Story 3,’ ‘Inception’

Toy Story 3 took home yet another major honor, earning the Best Animated Feature prize at the BAFTA Awards. The British film group also nominated DreamWorks Animation’s How To ... Continue Reading →
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‘Dragon,’ Pixar, Disney Top 3D Society Creative Arts Awards

How to Train Your Dragon, Pixar and Disney were the big winners at the second annual International 3D Society Creative Arts Awards. DreamWorks Animation’s How to Train Your Dragon ... Continue Reading →
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Post-Annies Q&A with ASIFA-Hollywood’s Antran Manoogian

The 38th annual Annie Awards were handed out Saturday at UCLA’s Royce Hall with a lot of familiar elements in place: June Foray appeared on stage to stand on her usual box and present ... Continue Reading →
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Question for the Week of February 7 2011

How do you feel about How to Train Your Dragon’s huge sweep at the Annie Awards? What about SpongeBob SquarePants and Robot Chicken getting the TV honors again? Do you think the Disney/Pixar ... Continue Reading →
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‘Dragon’ Fires Up the Annie with 15 Wins

DreamWorks’ Dragon has delivered another triumphant sweep. Chris Sanders and Don DeBlois’s How To Train Your Dragon won 15 out of 24 award categories, including Best Animated Feature, ... Continue Reading →
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‘Inception,’ ‘Dragon’ Top VES Awards

Christopher Nolan’s Inception was the big winner at last night’s Visual Effects Society Awards, taking home four honors, including Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual ... Continue Reading →
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Filmmakers React to Oscar Nominations

It’s always a good day when it starts off with being nominated for an Academy Award. Here’s what the filmmakers nominated for the best animated feature Oscar had to say ... Continue Reading →