Mikros Animation will now produce both episodic series and feature animation.
In today’s animation industry, which is growing and evolving at warp speed, 50 years seems like a geological age. When Nelvana …
The media titan is home to Paramount, Nickelodeon, MTV, Fleischer cartoons, “Garfield,” “Rugrats,” “Avatar: The Last Airbender,” and much more …
“The great majority” of their content will move to Disney+, says CEO Bob Chapek.
The MGM library contains some classic animation, including the “Pink Panther” shorts and Don Bluth’s “The Secret of NIMH.”
Dreamworks, Illumination, Mr. Magoo, Woody Woodpecker, He-Man, Felix the Cat: the telecom titan owns one of the deepest libraries of animation characters, past and present.
The fabled Hollywood studio’s animation library includes theatrical shorts by DePatie-Freleng and features by Don Bluth.
Fox is embracing non-fungible tokens, the contentious tech that’s shaking up the crypto and digital art worlds.
The deal paves the way for the creation of an entertainment titan — and marks a drastic U-turn for AT&T.
The budget comes half a year after the government’s controversial abolition of kids’ content quotas for broadcasters.
The platform, which hosts videos of up to 60 seconds, is competing with Tiktok and others for artists and influencers.
The media titan is also looking to set up a cg studio with “top-class” global talent.
A continuing series in which we map out what major corporations own in terms of animation-related characters, studios, and distribution platforms.
Soyuzmultfilm, Russia’s venerable state-owned studio, is behind the initiative.
The young company aims to fund five projects a year in the $6M–$30M budget range, with a current focus on animation.
Illumination is producing a forthcoming “Super Mario” animated movie with Nintendo.
The young studio’s credits include the “Ernest and Celestine”series and Cartoon Saloon’s “Wolfwalkers.”
Miloro stepped down as co-president of Fox Animation, where she oversaw Blue Sky, in July 2019.
The series is in the works at Cinema Fantasma, whose film “Revoltoso” we exclusively premiered last year.
Nintendo is warming up to Hollywood.