For theaters, Covid was “severe injury that maybe doesn’t heal,” says Iger.
The ceremony was due to take place at UCLA’s Royce Hall on February 26. Omicron upended those plans.
The European Film Awards has canceled its ceremony in Berlin next week, and will go virtual.
The 50,000 attendees of the convention are being urged to get tested for coronavirus.
The Disney Store will soon be nothing but a memory.
Amid the delirium of remote working, four Disney animators found a way to bring their toilet paper to life.
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“The consumer is probably more impatient than they’ve ever been before,” says Chapek.
Vaccines or no vaccines, Covid is far from done with wrecking the events calendar.
Post-pandemic, the British studio will adopt a new flexible work model. Co-founder Tom Box tells us how it will work.
The winners at Spain’s equivalent of the Oscars will be announced on March 6.
The story of a young man who got in touch with himself over lockdown.
Organizers say it’s impossible to hold the event in person given “continued uncertainty surrounding the future of COVID-19 and worldwide travel precautions.”
The new event will still feature an animation element, but the festival’s co-founder and director Sayoko Kinoshita will not be involved.
Noor Hisham Abdullah, Malaysia’s director general of health, has taken an unorthodox approach to public health campaigning.
Forget about live animation events in the U.S. in the first half of next year.
Hundreds of would-be attendees cancelled their participation in the past week leading the event to move online.
Suffering from low self-esteem, Yaeji uses an elixir to lose weight and beautify herself. Then come the side effects.
The Los Angeles animation industry’s highest-profile award will be in April, and the ceremony may go virtual.
“In some ways, being remote on a large production has probably protected me by having fewer daily interactions and distractions,” says Nathan Love’s Joe Burrascano.