Fifteen participants will be selected for the eight-week program.
Spire will use Epic’s Unreal Engine to produce animated features and expand into the metaverse.
Titmouse workers are the first members of the NYC animation industry to join a union in over three decades.
Blue Sky is alleged to have taken $83 million more than it should have from Connecticut residents between 2017 and 2021.
The French studio wants to avoid “the watered-down things” that result from Hollywood’s profit-seeking formula, says “Arcane” lead animator Alexis Wanneroy.
Multiple Canadian government agencies have ordered the studio to pay what it owes to its former workers.
Tiny Island Universe will feature malls and zones for users to “explore, socialize, and have fun in.”
Net profits increased 161% year-on-year at Ireland’s most famous animation studio.
The Shanghai studio is going big on sci-fi, fantasy, and Chinese mythology.
The program’s goal is to to “innovate the art of animated storytelling, showcase diverse stories, discover new voices, and mentor the next generation of animators.”
Frederator and Mainframe have worked on shows including “Madagascar: A Little Wild,” “Castlevania,” and “Adventure Time.”
Anderson is accused of duping investors into contributing to his companies. If convicted, he could face decades in jail.
The studio, which produces the animation for many popular series, has started an in-house shorts program.
The company claims that its technique is up to 50% cheaper than a live-action production.
The studio has promoted Tina Chow and Richard Grieve to CEO and COO respectively.
“Brave” director Mark Andrews and longtime animator Andrew Gordon are among the team working on “Hawkmaster.”
The experienced director and showrunner will oversee the young studio’s content slate, original and service work alike.
This is the first Canadian animation agreement for IATSE, which also represents the L.A. industry.
“I’m especially thrilled about ramping up our studio’s animation efforts, which is a personal passion of mine,” says Alonso.
The shift marks the end of Soyuzmultfilm’s 85-year history as a state-owned animation studio.