Aardman co-founder David Sproxton is stepping down after 43 as head of studio.
Paramount’s aim is to start releasing two animated features per year.
The studio’s first project will be the preschool series “Go! Go! Cory Carson.”
The dead include famed director Yasuhiro Takemoto and renowned animator Yoshiji Kigami.
Bento Box’s co-founders and senior leadership team will continue to lead the company.
The fire that killed 34 animation workers is thought to be an arson attack. Japanese police have a suspect: a 41-year-old convicted criminal.
A horrific tragedy unfolded at a Japanese animation studio on Thursday.
Stephanie Betts and Todd Brian will oversee the creation of original animated series for the Canadian content titan.
The Austin, Texas animation studio is under fire for lying to employees, denying overtime pay, and overworking employees.
In an exclusive English-language interview, Yoshiaki Nishimura speaks with Cartoon Brew’s about the growth of his company, Studio Ponoc.
The dynamic Danish studio, which is known for its fun and bouncy cg animation, will pitch its series “Rob ‘n’ Ron” at Annecy’s MIFA market.
French producer Xilam, the studio behind “I Lost my Body” and “Oggy and the Cockroaches,” will boost its cg output with this acquisition.
When you think of animation production, St. Louis is not the first place that comes to mind, but that could soon change if David Steward has his way.
Sony is committing to the creative team of Phil Lord and Chris Miller in a big way.
Nasrabadi will play a key role at DHX’s animation operation, which currently employs around 500 people in Vancouver.
Moore says Sony will allow him to “really push the envelope when it comes to visual style and breadth of storytelling.”
Marmota’s new series “Hit Hard, Hara” is the first series entirely created by Chilean talent to premiere on Cartoon Network Latin America.
The studio most recently created the 2d sequences for “Mary Poppins Returns.”
Hundreds of classic animated films have been made in one of the most unlikely animation studios. Paul Driessen, Torill Kove, Jacques Drouin, Janet Perlman, and others share memories of the awkward but beloved NFB building.
Miramax’s new family and animation division wants to be a “home for directors, writers and artists to create their best work.”