American helmer Eric Brevig and producer Charlotte Huggins have signed on to tackle 3D Korean war epic "17 Days of Winter," the story of the 1950 Battle of Chosin Reservoir.
Now and then, a film is plagued by production problems, costs more than anticipated, opens to mediocre reviews -- yet still serves up a visual treat that dazzles the eyes.
Microsoft, which has always been something of an also-ran in the smart phone category, appears to finally be getting serious about the space. The company today unveiled its next generation operating…
Euro major StudioCanal has inked a long-term exclusive development, co-financing and worldwide distribution deal with Ben Stassen's NWave, Europe's leading stereoscopic 3-D pioneer and production…
As Europe's film business debates its digital future, Spain's Media Business School has joined forces with key European film-TV clusters and digital media players to launch ImMediaTe, a support…
The term "hand-drawn" evokes images of pencil-wielding artists painstakingly flipping from one drawing to another to create the illusion of life and movement.
What's wrong with this picture? Three of the 10 top-grossing films of 2009 -- "Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs," "Monsters vs. Aliens" and "Up" -- were shiny, state-of-the-art computer-animated…
Two of the noms share a comically macabre tone.
In the animation world, all voice actors know the drill.
Laika got lucky its first time out, earning both impressive box office and an Oscar nomination for its debut feature, "Coraline." But where does the Portland, Ore.-based animation studio go from here?
The biggest challenge for 3D may no longer be moviegoers' acceptance, but the ability of theaters to keep up with with demand for it.