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Cartoon Network Introduces New Wave of Creators for Biggest Slate Ever

Cartoon Network has announced its largest content slate ever, hailing from a new wave of creators telling stories that speak to today’s kids. In addition to new series, the brand ... Continue Reading →
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Katie Krentz Signs On to Build CBS Animation Pipeline

Industry vet Katie Krentz has inked an overall deal with CBS Television Studios to lead the outlet in developing a strong animation slate, Variety reports. Krentz recently vacated her ... Continue Reading →
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Don Hertzfeldt’s ‘World of Tomorrow’ Pt. 2 Arrives on Vimeo

American indie animation icon Don Hertzfeldt has come a long way since his line-drawing schadenfreude shorts like Billy’s Balloon and Rejected, delving to new creative and emotional ... Continue Reading →
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Open Letter: Animation Workers Demand Changes in Harassment Response

***Content warning: This post mentions sexual harassment In the wake of The New York Times story on Harvey Weinstein and, in our own industry, the allegations against Chris Savino, ... Continue Reading →

Hornet Films Seeks Original Kids Series Pitches

Hornet Films, an extension of award-winning commercial animation house Hornet, is seeking original concepts for its development slate. The studio is primarily looking for animated series ... Continue Reading →

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Variety’s 2017 10 Animators to Watch Congratulations to these amazing artists! This year’s list: Arthur de Pins, Megan Nicole Dong, Dorota Kobiela, Kirsten Lepore, Kira Lehtomaki, ... Continue Reading →

Cartoon Network Upfronts Fresh Toon Slate for 2017-18

Global kids brand Cartoon Network has announced a well-plotted slate of content for the 2017-18 upfront season designed to offer fans something new every day across a variety of platforms. ... Continue Reading →

CN Greenlights ‘Summer Camp Island’ Based on Julia Pott Short

Cartoon Network has given the greenlight to a new, wildly imaginative animated series based Julia Pott’s original short, Summer Camp Island. This latest film from the award-winning ... Continue Reading →

GLAS 2017 Announces Official Selections

The 2017 GLAS Animation Film Festival — taking place March 2-5 in Berkeley, California — has revealed its Official Competition Selections. The event organizers managed to ... Continue Reading →

‘J’Aime les Filles,’ ‘Louise’ Take Ottawa Grand Prizes

The 40th anniversary edition of the Ottawa International Animation Festival wrapped up this weekend, culminating in the 2016 awards ceremony held at Saint Brigid’s Centre for ... Continue Reading →