“The animation industry is still a boys’ club,” says Hannah Lau-Walker, founder of She Drew That.
The film, about a shipwrecked boy and his dog, is based on a novel by “War Horse” scribe Michael Morpurgo.
The U.K. company has also signed with L.A.’s Creative Artists Agency “to help identify and develop global partners for its business.”
The company calls it a “radical shift in studio working structure.”
The production house will represent Osborne globally for commercial work.
Filmmakers Wesley Louis And Mohamed Fadera share their thoughts in a video hosted by animation studio The Line.
Staff at the vfx titan are facing significant pay cuts. But some are now being offered “salary support,” with the help of production partner Locksmith Animation.
An animation supervisor and a senior animator at Framestore discuss the challenges — and surprising upsides — of working remotely.
In this anijam, animators depict positive things they have experienced, seen, or thought in the midst of this strange time.
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