Genndy Tartakovsky features and a new “Boondocks” series are part of Sony’s new alternative animation division.
An unprecedented amount of data and analysis about the lack of opportunities for women in the Los Angeles animation industry.
French producer Xilam, the studio behind “I Lost my Body” and “Oggy and the Cockroaches,” will boost its cg output with this acquisition.
There’s more animation jobs in Ottawa than there are qualified workers.
Pre-production on “Bubbles” has been halted after both Waititi and Netflix backed out of the project.
“I plan to get my hands bloody and fight the good fight ’til my dying breath,” says Titmouse’s new creative director.
When you think of animation production, St. Louis is not the first place that comes to mind, but that could soon change if David Steward has his way.
Alan Bergman and Alan Horn will share the co-chairman title at Disney Studios.
In this newly created role at the studio, Mann will concentrate on fostering international talent, among other duties.
Square Enix already employs over 700 people in Canada, representing the company’s largest workforce outside of Japan.
Sony is committing to the creative team of Phil Lord and Chris Miller in a big way.
Three top creators reveal the secrets of developing successful Youtube animation channels.
The Walt Disney Company is fine with allowing its employees to live at or below the poverty line. The granddaughter of the company’s co-founder disagrees.
Nasrabadi will play a key role at DHX’s animation operation, which currently employs around 500 people in Vancouver.
Animation production throughout Latin America is booming, but the region must overcome many hurdles to fully develop its industry.
Over 50 studios from across Mexico are in attendance at La Cumbre, taking place this week.
The studio most recently created the 2d sequences for “Mary Poppins Returns.”
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Disney’s acquisition of 21st Century Fox will result in “a tremendous loss of originality,” according to one major studio head.
Miramax’s new family and animation division wants to be a “home for directors, writers and artists to create their best work.”