Only a few years after starting up Tokyopop with licensed titles from Japan, founder Stu Levy floated the idea to bookstores of publishing manga in the original, right-to-left format.
From a sidewalk cafe in Cannes, Kabillion CEO Bill Schultz had a streetwise view of the international animation scene on display at the recent Mipcom.
For a region where so much appears to be larger than life, it's probably more of a surprise that the Middle East hasn't contributed more to the field of animation than it already has. That may soon…
For decades it has been a rewarding cycle for both sides of the Pacific: Hollywood studios have sent their animation pre-production work (the storyboards, designs and character and background…
The grinning flowers. The jellyfish eyes. The exaggerated mushroom forests. As both homage to and reaction against the world of Japanese animation, Takashi Murakami's iconic Superflat creations would…
The biggest titles from Tokyopop's first decade.
Gaumont is getting into 3-D animation with the $35 million feature "Rock the Boat," a two-minute clip of which will preem at next week's American Film Market.
Consumer electronics and the film division were the sunniest spots on the balance sheet as Sony Corp. saw net profits swell to ¥73.7 billion ($641 million) in the second quarter from just $15 million…
Jamie Foxx has signed on to star in "The Zebra Murders: A Season of Killing, Racial Madness, and Civil Rights" for DreamWorks. Plan B and Foxx-King Entertainment are producing. Based on the 2006 book…
Director Michael Mann has cut a deal at Paramount Pictures to develop "Frankie Machine" as a star vehicle for Robert De Niro. The drama is an adaptation of Don Winslow novel "The Winter of Frankie…