The company’s animation studio has produced a segment of Netflix’s “Love, Death & Robots,” Disney’s “101 Dalmatian Street,” and music videos for Gorillaz
The executive will join Warner Bros. as president of global kids, young adults, and classics just after the launch of HBO Max.
Morrison led Fox Animation for a decade, overseeing films like “Fantastic Mr. Fox,” “The Book of Life,” and the “Ice Age” franchise.
The veteran producer will lead the trade body through a period of extraordinary growth for Ireland’s animation industry.
Bob out. Bob in.
Two Scottish studios are combining forces for a new venture.
The veteran animation and vfx producer will guide strategy at the production company, which specializes in family animation.
A major producer of animation and vfx for Hollywood film studios, Technicolor is in serious trouble with French authorities.
Veteran Nickelodeon artist Ian Graham will lead the new LA operation.
YOU can run Disney now.
Michael Ouweleen will serve as interim president of cartoon Network.
After nearly five years at Sony Pictures Animation, Belson is expanding her role at the studio.
Aardman co-founder David Sproxton is stepping down after 43 as head of studio.
The announcement comes a month after Fox acquired Bento Box studio.
In her new role, Simensky will spearhead a new push into “emerging platforms” at the public broadcaster.
Disney’s new executive changes at Blue Sky Studios suggest that the studio’s future is safe for now.
Stephanie Betts and Todd Brian will oversee the creation of original animated series for the Canadian content titan.
Genndy Tartakovsky features and a new “Boondocks” series are part of Sony’s new alternative animation division.
“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.
Nasrabadi will play a key role at DHX’s animation operation, which currently employs around 500 people in Vancouver.
Miramax’s new family and animation division wants to be a “home for directors, writers and artists to create their best work.”
Tsujihara had recently been tasked with bringing together the company’s family, kids, and animation efforts under a single business.
Brevig will join Method Studios as senior vfx supervisor and creative director.
The new structure of Warnermedia could have a major impact on the future output of Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, Boomerang, and Rooster Teeth.
Kristin Lowe and Peter Gal will assume the chief creative officer roles.
Emma Thompson quit Skydance Animation’s first feature over “concerns about working with Lasseter.”
Holly Edwards will replace Bill Damaschke in the role of president at Skydance Animation.
Lighthouse, a joint venture between Mercury Filmworks and Cartoon Saloon, continues to grow in Kilkenny, Ireland.
The producer of “Gumball” is taking on more responsibility at Turner EMEA.
The chief of Paramount Animation told her staff that she is “furious” about Lasseter’s re-entry into the business.
Working for the Walt Disney Company is a sweet gig — if you’re running the joint.
Paramount Animation just became the new home of John Lasseter’s films and they’re not happy about it.
Cohn will oversee both film and television animation at Dreamworks.