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Technicolor has acquired The Milll, the world’s largest advertising vfx studio, in a deal valued at nearly $300 million.
Film producer Sam Mercer has been hired to run ILM’s four studios in San Francisco, Vancouver, London, and Singapore.
The feature animation and VFX worlds will converge in Turin, Italy in October.
Paramount will release “Anomalisa” in New York and Los Angeles on December 30th.
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Don Hertzfeldt continues his winning streak in Switzerland.
The 52-episode short-form series will air across Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
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After sending out a call to African animators for ideas, Triggerfish Story Lab quickly received 1,378 entries from 30 countries.
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The director of Mexico’s leading animation conference speaks with “Cartoon Brew” about the future of Mexican animation.
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