After stepping away from the Annie Awards last year over concerns about how the kudos were judged, the Mouse House has quietly returned to ASIFA-Hollywood.
Fine art, pop culture and local pride converged Saturday at a LACMA reception for Tim Burton, whose Resnick Pavilion retrospective began Sunday and runs through Oct. 31.
Martians and a lot of young Hollywood landed at El Capitan Sunday for the premiere of Disney's "Mars Needs Moms."
After more than 20 years, there's a change at the top of ASIFA-Hollywood, the org behind the animation biz's annual Annie Awards, as Frank Gladstone replaces longtime prexy Antran Manoogian.
It comes as no surprise that DreamWorks dominated Saturday's Annie Awards.
"127 Hours," "Ghost Writer," "Social Network," "True Grit" and "Winter's Bone" are finalists for the USC Libraries Scripter Award.
Did Disney-Pixar's withdrawal from the Intl. Animation Society make a difference in this year's Annie Awards nominations?
Like their leading lady, Rapunzel, helmers Byron Howard and Nathan Greno finally got a chance to let their hair down Sunday after the bow of Disney's 50th animated film, "Tangled," at El Capitan.
When the Intl. Animated Film Society, ASIFA-Hollywood, unveils is kudos on Feb. 5, it will have a couple of new contenders.
Rapper Jay-Z tops the list of nominees for the 2010 BET Awards with five bids.