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Aardman is taking Wallace and Gromit into augmented reality.
Joseph Wallace spent almost six years developing “Salvation Has no Name.” Weeks into the shoot, he had to shut it down.
The U.K. animation industry gathered earlier this month in London to celebrate its recent achievements at the British Animation Awards.
Aardman’s sci-fi send-up is their first feature to debut on streaming in the U.S. — but it has received a theatrical release elsewhere.
The stop-motion musical is being directed by Aardman first-timers Daniel Ojari and Mikey Please.
Aardman co-founder David Sproxton is stepping down after 43 as head of studio.
To assure Aardman’s future independence, co-founders Peter Lord and David Sproxton are handing control of the studio to employees.
Aardman, the famed stop motion studio behind Wallace & Gromit and Shaun the Sheep, is going in a very different direction for its first major video game.
The most successful stop-motion feature of all-time is getting a sequel.
How Aardman Animations pulled off the hilarious massage scene in Nick Park’s “Early Man.”
A busy February weekend in both the U.S. and China resulted in both hits and misses.
Nick Park talks about combining dinosaurs, giant ducks, and the world’s favorite sport in his stop-motion feature, “Early Man.”
Sprite’s new holiday campaign turned LeBron James and D.R.A.M. into cg characters.
It’s ok to get excited: the trailer for Nick Park’s new feature is here!
Everyone was at Annecy this year, from Guillermo del Toro to the president of France.
“The studio is, in a way, the best thing we’ve ever done,” says Aardman co-founder Peter Lord.
Aardman created the characters using household stains as color.
As quickly as it began, FMX is over for another year. Perhaps more than at previous conferences, speakers were especially confident in …