Just in time for the Memorial weekend, fanboy favorite Bryan Singer announced...
If you’re trying to check all the possible Best Animated Feature contenders off your list and find yourself in the Los Angeles area, here’s your chance to catch the ambitious Chinese effort The Dreams of Jinsha, which opens in Beverly Hills today. The film, which is billed as the most [...]
The Los Angeles Film & TV Office and the French Embassy are presenting a run of superb French animated features at the Hammer Museum’s Billy Wilder Theater this month. “Les Illusionistes: A Celebration of French Animation,” hosted by the UCLA Film & TV Archive at the Wilder, kicks off Friday [...]
India-based VenSat Tech Services has announced the creation of VenSat America, which will be based in Los Angeles and New York and offer animation, visual effects and 3D conversion services. Heading up the new firm as CEO and president is Ken Silverman, a veteran U.S. and India entertainment executive and [...]
Mention indie animation and Bill Plympton’s name is the first to pop to mind. Since the mid-1980s, the New York-based animator has entertained audiences with his unique and quirky take on human (and canine) foibles, without having to conform to any particular formula, genre or studio mentality. In fact, you’d [...]
The Los Angeles Animation Festival will pay tribute to stop-motion innovator Will Vinton in its second annual edition, set for Dec. 2-5. The festival will take place at Cinefamily’s theater, located at 611 N. Fairfax, and will include a 35 mm screening of Vinton’s The Adventures of Mark Twain. Tentative [...]