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Wyatt Cenac is writing and executive producing.
The game trailer “Fianna-Heim” earned its creators several faculty awards. They now have successful careers in fx, game design, and illustration.
“We don’t want all these objects to end [up] in the ocean or poor countries as garbage,” says Delphine Maury of France’s Tant Mieux Prod.
The film will launch November 30 on the streaming service.
The first intake of mentees are from the Latinx and neurodiverse communities.
Another winner was “Hayop Ka! The Nimfa Dimaano Story,” a decidedly adult rom-com from the Philippines.
Bolio helped orchestrate award campaigns for animated films, including Oscar nominees like “Song of the Sea” and “Mirai.”
Based on Halfdan Pisket’s “The Dane Trilogy” graphic novels, the film tells the story of a Turkish refugee struggling to integrate in Denmark.
The skin and hair of virtual humans are still largely shaped by white features, argues Theodore Kim in a SIGGRAPH lecture.
“Will they not understand until animation workers too begin to die, one after another?” says director Takashi Watanabe about employers.
The exuberantly experimental indie feature is out in theaters and on video on demand.
Stanton created memorable backgrounds for films like “Aladdin,” “Lilo & Stitch,” and “Mulan,” before making his mark on the video game industry.
The hotly anticipated film was due to open on September 10. It hasn’t received a new release date.
Animator, filmmaker, entrepreneur: to many, Ruíz was the father of Mexican animation.
Anima Vitae also produces its own features, including the hit 2008 holiday movie “The Flight Before Christmas.”
Disney legend Nik Ranieri has also won for his character layout work on “The Simpsons.”
The show is a graphic grabbag of Pop Art, Op Art, and psychedelic art references.
The director-producer worked on series including “Scooby-Doo,” “Spider-Man,” and “G.I. Joe.”
Ted Mathot (“Incredibles 2”) and Karen Disher (“Rio”) have joined the young feature animation studio.
Hicks is replacing Wayne Dearing, who has led the Philippines-based studio since founding it in 1999.