Variety asked Bill Plympton, a two-time Oscar nominee for his shorts "Your Face" and "Guard Dog," about the state of hand-drawn animation (as he puts the finishing touches on his next feature…
Space considerations are the primary reason this year's Annie Awards are changing locations from Glendale's Alex Theater to UCLA's Royce Hall, although there's no denying that the 35-year-old…
You don't hear live-action performers fretting about being replaced by animated CG creations (at least, not yet), but the prospect of actors having a hand in animation seems to have the toon…
Levels of TV viewing remain high despite phenomena like social networking, according to U.K. regulator Ofcom's latest international communications market report.
Gabriele Salvatores will start shooting in February on "Come Dio comanda" ("As God Commands"), the Oscar-winning Italo director's second film based on a book by best-selling novelist Niccolo…
Ari Sandel is set to direct "Brad Cutter Ruined My Life ... Again," a comedy project Fox Atomic has acquired and is slotting for production early next year. Donald De Line is producing. Joe…
Digital cinema systems supplier Qube Cinema has pacted with Thompson to include the NexGuard security systems into its servers.
Elizabeth Brooks has been named chief marketing officer of Real D, which supplies exhibs with digital 3-D screen systems.
No iTunes? No problem, says NBC Universal. Peacock has signed a deal with SanDisk Corp. to make its programming available for download via SanDisk's recently launched Fanfare service.
Gaga Communications will Thursday launch the first weekly film program on its Music & Video Channel, a service on the DoCoMo 905i mobile TV phone.
No one is ultimately taking responsibility for the federally mandated switch to all-digital television by early 2009, and that's a serious problem, a new government report claims.