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.
The company calls it a “radical shift in studio working structure.”
The studio says it intends to hire back employees when it can safely have the crew back in its buildings.
Mary Costa says she has received an “exponential amount of mail” during the coronavirus pandemic that is impossible to answer.
On the upside, the Disney+ streaming service has passed 60 million subscribers in less than nine months.
Ottawa’s Mercury Filmworks is operating at only 75% capacity during the pandemic.
Movie theater lobbyists are saying theaters should reopen across the U.S.; medical experts say otherwise.
Here are details on six upcoming festivals, only one of which has committed to going fully virtual.
Colin Jack tells us why he started using the app — and why he published a tutorial to help others do the same.
A ten-year-old narrates the life of a coronavirus.
The teams behind three projects pitched at Annecy’s MIFA market tell us what was gained — and lost — in the shift to virtual pitching.
Bron Digital will emphasize virtual production workflows.
Toon City’s CEO says the productivity plunge is fairly typical for studios in the country, and cites lagging technical infrastructure as a root cause.
“I’m a silly human being,” says the artist.
Pixar’s latest topped the rankings with all of $27,000.
Ghibli re-releases are dominating the box office in Japan.
Disney’s film has added around $280,000 to its lifetime domestic total of $341.5 million.