M-Net Movies is once again doing an Animania festival for the December holidays on one of its channels on MultiChoice’s DStv platform, kids and family animation films that be rolled out this year, from 6 December, and will this year be divided into themed weeks. by Thinus Ferreira
On Monday, 11 December 2017, Cartoon Network Africa will reveal the first ever, wholly produced in Africa, animated shorts. In the weeks to follow, local audiences will be able to take delight in three more locally produced animated shorts to be broadcast every Monday until 1 January 2018.
Revolting Rhymes won Best Animation at the BAFTA Children’s Awards last night, beating off strong competition from The Amazing World of Gumball, Shaun the Sheep and We’re Going On A Bear Hunt.
Revolting Rhymes is nominated in the Animation category at the International Emmy Kids Awards, where it’s up against Oddbods, Siesta Z, and Trude’s Flatmate.
Toon Boom Animation has released the latest edition of its flagship technology: Harmony 15. Available now, the new version introduces features that aim to revolutionize how artists create and animate. Harmony 15 is the first and only software to break down the barrier between bitmap and vector.
Leading kids’ entertainment specialist CAKE has announced its partnership with South Africa’s Triggerfish Animation Studios to coproduce comedy action series Mama K’s Super 4.
What is AU? An event not to be missed. It is the Premier Autodesk Conference for those who design, build, make and create. Autodesk South Africa takes place at the Century City Conference centre on the 8th of September.
Snow, Tulips and Chimneys’ new animation, is the first television commercial in over 20 years for Cerebos, South Africa’s favourite salt brand.
Makers of 2D production tools, Toon Boom Harmony and Storyboard Pro announce availability of new web-based production tracking and digital asset management tool.
Revolting Rhymes scored a hat-trick this weekend: first winning Best Storytelling at Shanghai International Film and TV Festival in China, then Best Animation at the Banff World Media Festival in Canada, and finishing off with the Cristal for Best TV Production at Annecy in France, the world’s pr