Workers in Canada continue to gain momentum in their efforts to organize the country’s animation industry.
The tremendous breakthrough hails a new dawn for vfx workers in Canada.
Wildbrain is the third Canadian studio to unionize with IATSE, joining Titmouse’s Vancouver unit and game developer Anemone Hug Interactive.
The family friendly short, which features a cast of not-so-spooky monsters, arrives just in time for Halloween.
Wildbrain handles animation on numerous major series including ‘The Snoopy Show,’ ‘Carmen Sandiego,’ ‘Sonic Prime,’ and ‘Fireman Sam.’
Toon City Vancouver will specialize in both traditional and digital services, with an eye towards co-production opportunities.
The studio is currently assembling a staff of 25 including a production manager, capture tech, real-time operator, and more
Jackson explains how he develops his pipeline, what tools he prefers to use, and the importance of self-care when working long hours.
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ reboot has been given an official title, title treatment, and theatrical release date.
The new studio will be nearly two-and-a-half times the size of Animal Logic’s current facilities.
The studio has an initial staff of 75 artists, with plans to expand before the end of the year.
“Things will never be the same again for our teams,” says the company.
The “Moana” series will be the first production from Walt Disney Animation Studios Vancouver.
Black Sands focuses on stories about the Black experience that go beyond familiar slavery narratives.
The film marks the directorial debut of Jared Stern, creator of the animated series “Green Eggs and Ham.”
The studio has promoted Tina Chow and Richard Grieve to CEO and COO respectively.
This is the first Canadian animation agreement for IATSE, which also represents the L.A. industry.
The new Toronto base will work on vfx for film and episodic projects, feature animation, and technology.
The studio is set to open in January 2022. Its first production will be a “Moana” spin-off series.
The Oscar-nominated director talks about the animation he created for the new “Belushi” documentary.
Gordon will oversee the company’s animation teams in London, Montreal, and Vancouver.
A watershed moment in Canadian animation history.
“[It’s] kind of like the designs you remember them looking like, not so much what they actually look like,” says “Animaniacs” co-executive producer Gabe Swarr.
What gives the city an edge — and what threats does it face?
Bron Digital will emphasize virtual production workflows.
A Chinese girl and her pet rabbit board a rocket to space in this new feature from Netflix and Pearl Studio.
The company’s development of a a real-time platform will allow it to work more closely with major game studios.
The company sees a big opportunity in the current crisis.
The filmmakers of “Welcome to Marwen” came up with an innovative and cost-effective technique to create its miniature doll characters.