Queer Animation, a short film collection curated by Judith Foster, left the audience amazed and inspired at Sunday’s screening on the last day of the 2017 OUTsider Festival.
The worlds and characters created by animation hitmaker Butch Hartman collide in the new, original animated short The Fairly Odd Phantom. The Nickelodeon presentation features an ensemble cast from The Fairly OddParents, Danny Phantom, T.U.F.F. Puppy and the brand-new Bunsen Is a Beast (premiere Feb. 21 at 5:30 p.m.). The short is available now across nick.com, Facebook and the Nickelodeon YouTube page.
Let me just get this out of the way. Most of my amigos and not-quite-amigos know that I’m not exactly a big fan of the Oscars – or, more precisely, their nominees. I don’t know what motivates Academy members. I don’t know exactly how many films they are expected to view (though I do know it’s significantly fewer than the more than 2,000 submissions that Annecy, Ottawa or other major animation festivals receive). What I do know is that a majority of the nominees (especially since around 2000, when studios began making more short films) do not come close to reflecting the exceptional quality of work found in the larger animation landscape. That’s a shame because this is the one time of year when short animation receives rare and much-desired exposure to a wider audience. Out of these five nominees, only Blind Vaysha had a consistent and successful presence at international animation and film festivals.
With Run The Series, The A.V. Club examines film franchises, studying how they change and evolve with each new installment.
Shrek was not the first film to be released by Dreamworks Animation, but it was the one that set the tone for the studio, establishing a blueprint that would be copied, in one form or another, for most of its subsequent features. It was both its Snow White and, given its bizarro-world Disney worldview, an anti-Snow White.
Malaysia’s long-awaited Movie Animation Park Studios (MAPS) has reliable that it will open in a second entertain of 2017.
Chief Executive of Perak State Development Corporation, Datuk Aminudduin Md Desa, pronounced MAPS was moving towards completion, reports The Sun Daily.
The Bay Area International Children’s Film Festival (BAICFF) is entrance adult on is 9th annual edition, set for Mar 10-12 during Chabot Space Science Center. In jubilee of Women’s History Month, a fest will flog off with a special row contention patrician “BRAVE: Women Breaking a Mold,” featuring writer/director Brenda Chapman, Pixar impression engineer Deanna Marsigliese, filmmaker Cameo Wood, and video diversion engineer Robin Hunicke.
Reuniting with acclaimed live movement executive Steve “Spaz” Williams and food and libation branding dilettante quench, Harrisburg, PA, award-winning animation studio Calabash once again took a artistic deep-dive, with a latest ad debate from StarKist. The new spots spotlight a brand’s new line of Tuna Salmon Creations® single-serve pouches and underline mythological code idol Charlie a Tuna, alongside singer Candace Cameron Bure, maybe best famous as D.J. Tanner on a classical family sit-com “Full House.” Phasmatrope Studios, West Conshohocken PA, constructed a spots.
Disney’s Moana, a story of an brave teenage lady from Oceana who navigates over a proportions of her island home, accompanied by a demi-god Maui, will be expelled on Disney home video on Mar 7th, with a digital HD download set available now. The home video recover will embody DVD, Blu-ray, and 3D Blu-ray+Blu-ray packages. Each will embody a preference of special and reward features.