Ty has been named the division’s global head of character animation, while Donato joins as vfx supervisor on a major project.
Only around 11,000 people habitually speak Gaelic. The BBC wants to change that — and animation is at the heart of its strategy.
Post-pandemic, the British studio will adopt a new flexible work model. Co-founder Tom Box tells us how it will work.
On a train journey without stops or destination, each passenger has a problem that they need to solve or embrace.
A film behind a horse. Obscuring the narrative. My act of self destruction.
The British inventor-and-dog duo’s first ar adventure is due to launch in mid-January.
The studio has worked on projects including “Klaus” and the “Animaniacs” reboot. Its slate of originals includes five series, for kids and adults.
Bart die and Homer cry. Will we ever find out why?
“Tiktok is the perfect platform for experimentation. We’ve learned in two months what would have taken years in any other medium,” say the creators of “Noodle and Bun.”
The two entertainment giants will team up to “create stories tailored for current and future platforms.”
These upcoming animated features are from Asia, South America, and Europe.
The story of a young man who got in touch with himself over lockdown.
The British Film Institute (BFI) is granting £922,406 (USD$1.2 million) to 15 recipients for the development and production of animation …
Springboard is where Europe’s young generation of animation creators come to pitch their brightest ideas.
We speak to four studios about what it takes — and what it costs — to make cg visuals for theme park rides.
“Ray Harryhausen: Titan of Cinema” will run at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh until September 5, 2021.
The division plans to develop more than 30 new kids’ shows, both animated and live action, over next three years.
Gordon will oversee the company’s animation teams in London, Montreal, and Vancouver.
China’s popular streaming service is actively looking for European production partners.
Customers in the U.K. and Ireland will get premieres of shows like “Trollstopia” and “Madagascar: A Little Wild.”