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Cartoon Network Backs $15K CalArts Scholarship

Turner’s Cartoon Network, which turned 25 last year, is reiterating its commitment to supporting the next generation of innovative animators by working with the California Institute ... Continue Reading →
Katie Krentz

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 →
Dylan Brown

“Inappropriate” ‘Amusement Park’ Director Dylan Brown Axed

Paramount Pictures has fired first-time director Dylan Brown from upcoming animated feature Amusement Park after investigating complaints of “inappropriate and unwanted conduct.” ... Continue Reading →
Tabaluga

Global Screen Flies with ‘Tabaluga’ Movie

Tabaluga, the helpful little dragon, is coming to the big screen. Variety reports that Munich-based Global Screen has snapped up the global rights for the animated feature Tabaluga ... Continue Reading →
Old Street

Ankama and Benlai Team Up for ‘Old Street’

France’s Ankama is teaming up with China’s Benlai Pictures to co-produce an animated movie titled Old Street, based on the Chinese comic book by Nie Jun. The development is facilitated ... Continue Reading →
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‘BoJack Horseman’ Reruns May Trot to Cable

The reruns of Netflix’s award-winning adult animated series BoJack Horseman may be racing to cable TV soon. Variety reports that the rerun rights are being shopped to cable buyers ... Continue Reading →
Mirai no Mirai (Mirai of the Future)

Mamoru Hosoda’s ‘Mirai of the Future’ Gets Japanese Release Date

Mirai no Mirai (Mirai of the Future), the latest project from acclaimed animated fantasy filmmaker Mamoru Hosoda, has been slated for release in Japan on July 20, 2018 after previously ... Continue Reading →
Coco

Pixar’s ‘Coco’ Delivers Terrific Tuesday Preview

Disney/Pixar’s well-reviewed Coco passed its opening night in the U.S. with flying colors. The studio’s 19th feature release delivered $2.3 million from its Tuesday night screenings, ... Continue Reading →
The Breadwinner

‘Breadwinner,’ ‘Big Bad Fox’ Win Animation Is Film Honors

The inaugural Animation Is Film festival in Los Angeles has announced its feature film competition winners. Out of the 12 competing titles, Nora Twomey’s powerful The Breadwinner ... Continue Reading →
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Women in Animation Present Short Films at Animation Is Film Festival 2017

Women in Animation (WIA) has announced that a showcase of short films created by female animators from around the world will screen at the Animation Is Film festival this month. Entitled ... Continue Reading →