Pre-school toon "Miffy: the Movie," daintily-drawn "Loulou's Secret" and Ivory Coast-set "Aya of Yop City" are among 56 projects and pics due to be presented to producers, distributors and sales…
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The Academy received 21 submissions, ensuring that five of the following will be nominated
"Brave," "ParaNorman" and "Wreck-It Ralph" are among the 21 films officially submitted for top animated feature consideration for February's Academy Awards.
GKids has acquired U.S. distribution rights from Studiocanal for the animated feature "Ernest and Celestine" and plans to dub the film into English for release in fall 2013.
New York-based distrib Gkids made a big splash at the recent Annecy fest, which drew buyers from around the world looking for the kind of animated art films that are the event's stock in trade.
France's Prima Linea Prods., whose "Zarafa" played in competish at the Annecy Animation Film Festival on Tuesday, is producing family adventure comedy "Loulou's Secret."
Like their American colleagues, Euro filmmakers are exploring the form's possibilities.
PARIS In time for Gaul's Annecy Animation Film Festival, which kicks off today, New York-based GKids has acquired a pair of critically acclaimed French toons: Joann Sfar's "The Rabbi's Cat," which…