Holly Edwards will replace Bill Damaschke in the role of president at Skydance Animation.
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“Foreign Body,” winner of best student film prizes at Ottawa, Holland, and Etiuda & Anima animation festivals, is now online.
As we head into 2019, the School of Visual Arts in New York City offers a sneak peek at some of its outstanding in-progress thesis projects.
Nick is expanding its “Spongebob” and “Loud House” franchises, and investing in established properties like Lego, Paddington, and Blue’s Clues.
“Moominvalley” will have its world theatrical premiere at the upcoming New York festival.
The Dutch filmmaker Rosto talks about reaching the end of his Thee Wreckers Tetralogy, a personal fantasia of visuals and audio that’s quite unlike anything else.
At night the forest creatures gather to gamble, putting their innermost at stake.
A leading industry pro wants to teach animation to the masses through a new 2d animation course.
Teaser highlights the adventure elements of the story and reveals new characters.
The project is set in a futuristic reality where robots rule and humans are believed to be extinct.
Activision Blizzard just had the best year in its history. So why did they announce mass layoffs?
Ideatoon is open to individuals and studios that are developing episodic series or animated features.
“Dilili in Paris” becomes the second César-nominated animated feature this year to get a U.S. distribution deal.
Sony’s box office and critical smash remains as frontrunner inching closer to the Academy Award.
Miller created profitable divisions of the company including Walt Disney Home Video, Touchstone Pictures, and The Disney Channel.
“Super Shiro” will center on Shin-chan’s dog, who turns out to be more than just a pet.
There’s plenty of animation projects nominated for this year’s Canadian Screen Awards.
“This Magnificent Cake!” won the top prize in a majority live-action film line-up.
Everything is not awesome for Warner Animation Group (WAG).
Knights climb the tower to find Princess Rapunzel and deliver her from a monster.
With “Alita: Battle Angel” poised for release, we take a look at the state of play in photorealistic cg humans.