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A Chinese girl and her pet rabbit board a rocket to space in this new feature from Netflix and Pearl Studio.
The Canadian service studio known for shows like “Teen Titans Go!” and “Pickle and Peanut” is developing this comic book into an adult animated series.
Having established itself as a major player in indie shorts, the French company is now charging into feature production.
The renowned filmmaker produced his latest short at home, in six days, with no money.
We speak to the renowned filmmaker ahead of the Annecy premiere of his autobiographical new film “Altötting.”
It’s not all Covid. Honest.
An official statement says: “Covid-19 is changing the entertainment industry … The merger is a direct and necessary response.”
Toronto’s Guru Studio is crewing up an additional 80 people for “Mecha Builders” — without any face-to-face contact.
Two newly digitized sets of flipbooks highlight the links between animation, live action, and print.
Roy, an experienced animation producer at the National Film Board of Canada, will now spearhead a broader creative strategy for the organization.
The Scooby-Doo origin story is the second animated tentpole to skip theaters for VOD.
The company’s development of a a real-time platform will allow it to work more closely with major game studios.
After a decade of studying and working in Europe, show creator Cheng Li is pushing to bring new ideas into Chinese series.
The robot-themed show will air on the forthcoming streaming service HBO Max.
The company sees a big opportunity in the current crisis.
In a guest piece, industry executive Aaron Simpson explains how the animation industry had been preparing for this disaster for decades without even knowing it.
Paramount and Hasbro’s Entertainment One will produce the film, with a script from the writers of Marvel’s “Ant-Man and the Wasp.”
The company’s treatment of its staff is “grotesque” says a grassroots vfx workers rights organization.
The director and production designer of Netflix’s latest animated feature talk about their creative approach and influences, from “Citizen Kane” to bats in toilets.