The St. Louis, Missouri studio behind “Hair Love” is growing fast — and building up a division in Argentina.
Post-pandemic, the British studio will adopt a new flexible work model. Co-founder Tom Box tells us how it will work.
Disney will no longer complete production on Blue Sky’s “Nimona.”
Around 150 workers in Los Angeles and Montreal are reportedly affected by the shutdown.
Keane’s newly created post is executive vice president of production and operations.
The studio has worked on projects including “Klaus” and the “Animaniacs” reboot. Its slate of originals includes five series, for kids and adults.
Pixar’s chief creative officer outlines his vision for a more diverse studio.
The new offices “enable storytellers to tap Weta’s production pipeline and work with concept designers, animation supervisors, and other key creatives,” says CEO Prem Akkaraju.
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Hype Animation, Red Animation Studios, and Punkrobot have formed Los Amigos, billed as “the largest collective animation studio in Latin America.”
The new venture will leverage the proprietary Trioscope technology, which marries live-action performances and animated environments.
The deal comes as CBS Studios grows its young animation division.
The studio’s first project will be “Dex and the Humanimals,” a 2d comedy-action series produced with Epic Storyworlds.
Jason Tammemägi and Ailbhe McCabe will help grow the Oscar-nominated studio’s slate of features and series.
Carroll joins the company as it rapidly grows its production capacity and develops its slate of original content.
As Stoopid Buddy grows its slate of adult animated series, Johnson joins the company in a newly created role.
Noël will help implement the NFB’s 2020–2023 Strategic Plan, which the organization stresses will give more agency to creators.
The studio currently has 15 original series concepts in its pipeline.
AMGI boasts major industry names behind the scenes, including Colin Brady, Teddy Newton, and Jill Culton.
So the Toronto scene continues to blossom — but does it have the same lure it once did for aspiring animators?