The South Korean startup says its automated animation tool can slash production costs.
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Youtuber Swoozie works closely with an advisor at the company, who helps shape his content and business strategy.
The company’s catalogue includes some of Youtube’s biggest preschool hits.
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Another elder statesman of The Walt Disney Company is leaving.
The company claims that its technique is up to 50% cheaper than a live-action production.
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Says Mann, “Instead of asking ourselves ‘Why is this animated?’ we should be asking ourselves ‘Why is this not animated?'”
She will take over from Gary Marsh, who is leaving to set up a Disney-backed production company.
Marsh, the 33-year Disney veteran behind everything from “Gravity Falls” to “Elena of Avalor,” will produce content for Disney.
Dahl’s iconic works include “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” “Fantastic Mr. Fox,” “James and the Giant Peach,” “Matilda,” and “The BFG.”
Good news for vr animators: the newly rebranded “Quill by Smoothstep” will still be free.
The shift marks the end of Soyuzmultfilm’s 85-year history as a state-owned animation studio.
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“We don’t want all these objects to end [up] in the ocean or poor countries as garbage,” says Delphine Maury of France’s Tant Mieux Prod.
Anima Vitae also produces its own features, including the hit 2008 holiday movie “The Flight Before Christmas.”
Animation creators are generally lucky to own 10% of their IP. A cohort of young companies wants to change that.
The new Toronto base will work on vfx for film and episodic projects, feature animation, and technology.