The Disney+ show is the first animated series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The projects include feature films, series, games, and works of augmented and virtual reality.
The company went bankrupt after the commercial failure of its last film, Lorenzo Mattotti’s “The Bears’ Famous Invasion of Sicily.”
“Atlanta has been a hotbed for new productions,” says Brad Kalinoski, who heads the new office.
Bruce Smith talks about working with Bryant on studio plans before the former athlete’s untimely death.
The comedy series will be produced by Finland’s Gigglebug Entertainment and the U.K.’s Eye Present.
One of the largest independent animation studios in L.A. just got a lot larger.
Two Scottish studios are combining forces for a new venture.
The studio will focus on pre- and post-production work, and will house the Atomic Originals team.
The race for animation talent heats up as Warner Bros. Animation signs its first overall deal.
The veteran animation and vfx producer will guide strategy at the production company, which specializes in family animation.
Peggy Holmes will now direct the first film from John Lasseter’s animation studio.
How can Halifax compete with the likes of Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal? Key players in the city give their views.
What was behind the the attack — and what has happened since? An in-depth look at some of those who were most affected.
As the National Film Board of Canada moves to a new headquarter, its senior animation producers tell us what kinds of filmmakers they’re looking for.
Silvergate’s shows include “Hilda,” “Peter Rabbit,” and “Octonauts.”
Veteran Nickelodeon artist Ian Graham will lead the new LA operation.
The stop-motion musical is being directed by Aardman first-timers Daniel Ojari and Mikey Please.
The one-year paid program is pitched as the first program to cover animation writing for both films and tv.