Bill Joyce, one of the co-founders of Moonbot Studios, is re-establishing the company in its original city, Shreveport, Louisiana.
Moonbot is laying off employees in Louisiana, but might be growing even larger in Florida.
Debuting today on Amazon Video, Moonbot’s “The Numberlys” is one of six animated projects in Amazon’s fall pilot lineup.
Premiering September 18 in West L.A., ‘Taking Flight’ is a whimsical tribute to the life of Radio Flyer wagon inventor, Antonio Pasin.
Their new show intends to inspire budding filmmakers.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced this afternoon the list of 10 animated shorts which will advance in the voting process for this year’s Academy Awards.
Tonight in New York City, two artists who need little introduction—Bill Plympton and Peter de Sève—will discuss their work and artistic process in a discussion moderated by animation director J. J. Sedelmaier.
The Oscar-winning Louisiana animation studio Moonbot recently announced that it is developing multiple feature-length film projects. It has acquired the film rights to two YA book series: the “Olivia Kidney” trilogy by Ellen Potter, which it plans to do as a live-action/animation hybrid; and “The Extincts” by Veronica Cossanteli.
The William Joyce brand has been uniformly successful across various media platforms—except for one arena: CG animated features.