A major vfx player is opening up shop in Montreal.
The fast-growing animation/vfx/vr industry in Montréal is getting a boost from the Canadian government.
VFX shop Luma Pictures has announced a series of new hires, including Pixar’s Andrew Coats, for its new live action and animation content division.
The loss of Super Deluxe will be especially felt by the independent animation community.
Employees were reportedly given 30 minutes to leave the studio premises.
Titmouse plans to employ 300 artists at its Vancouver studio by the end of the year.
With its own distribution channel and a big catalog of original content, Six Point Harness is not your typical service studio.
The Canadian service studio, which produces animation for series like “Rick & Morty,” “Teen Titans Go!,” and “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” has a new CEO.
Pearl studio directors Glen Keane and Jill Culton will present more details about their projects at Annecy this week.
Montreal’s vfx and animation industries keep growing.
Created by ex-Disney artists, Taiko Studios had to learn some new tricks in international collaboration to create its first project, “One Small Step.”
The U.S. commercial studio is growing.
Del Toro is gettting into animation in a big way!
Paramount Animation is bulking up its executive ranks.
The company-wide event provides the studio’s artists not only a chance to let off steam, but to also showcase their unique creative talents.
Reel FX is hiring 220 people for its new Montreal studio.
Australia’s vfx industry just got a lot bigger.
The companies have recently contributed vfx to “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” “Black Panther,” “Thor: Ragnarok,” Okja,” and “Game of Thrones.”
The Chinese company’s goal is to become one of the world’s leading creators of high-quality animation content.
The studio is being renamed Funko Animation Studios.