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Technicolor PostWorks Adding 50,000+ Square Feet of Editing Space


NEW YORK -- Technicolor PostWorks has announced an agreement to lease 50,000-plus square feet at 1411 Broadway, a 40-story tower in central Manhattan. The lease term extends beyond 2026.

The new facility, set to open early this summer, will house 120-plus editing rooms available to film and television productions for rental on long- or short-term bases. Technicolor PostWorks will provide editing systems and related technology, as well as on-site support and engineering. The facility will be directly linked with the company’s existing downtown finishing and sound facility network. The move is a response to recent growth in film and television production in New York.

“The production environment in the New York area, especially for episodic television and independent film, is very strong, and we expect it to strengthen for the foreseeable future,” said CEO David Rosen. “This new editing facility is an expression of our confidence and enhances our ability to provide producers with robust, stable post-production resources.”

1411 Broadway is centrally located south of Times Square and features 24/7 access, on-site parking, and 22 passenger and three freight elevators. It is within easy walking distance of Penn Station, the Port Authority Terminal and Grand Central Station. Rosen also notes that the property allows for significant future growth.

The new space offers the flexibility to serve productions of varying size and requirements. Premises can be configured for use as cutting suites, open bullpen areas or production offices. Technicolor PostWorks COO Rob DeMartin noted that the company’s long-term lease translates into predictable overhead costs that will ultimately benefit filmmakers.

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Rainbow Set to Light Up MIPTV


LONDON – Rainbow, a leading animation studio and licensor in Europe, has announced the arrival of some brand news shows ahead of MIP TV 2016. Among them is Regal Academy and Maggie & Bianca Fashion Friends, and World of Winx, the first NetFlix Originals show from the global hit Winx Club.

Regal Academy takes the familiar world of fairy tales and turns it on its head! This fresh and funny new show is the creation of Iginio Straffi, the man behind Winx Club. It focuses on the adventures of Rose Cinderella, a normal girl who suddenly she finds herself in the world of Fairy Tales where she discovers that Cinderella is her granny! Rose is enrolled at the fabled Regal Academy where her fellow students include Hawk SnowWhite, Travis Beast, Joy LeFrog, Astoria Rapunzel and LingLing Iron Fan, all of whom belong to the school’s founding families.

This new series features a mixture of comedy, music and exciting new animation techniques. Regal Academy has a worldwide deal with Nickelodeon. The series is also showing its licensing potential, with the main categories already snapped up, including the Pan-European master toy license, which has been awarded to Giochi Preziosi.

Maggie & Bianca Fashion Friends is Rainbow’s first foray into a full live-action production and promises to delight audiences around the world with a tale of two cultures coming together. The show tells the story of Maggie, an ordinary American girl with a dream of becoming the world’s greatest fashion designer. She gets her chance on her 16th birthday, when she becomes the youngest contestant ever to win a two-year scholarship at the Milan Fashion Academy. There she meets Bianca, a self-proclaimed Italian princess, and together they make friends with other students, who all share a passion for fashion and music. The show follows their friendships, competitions, love stories, dreams and disappointments, as well as the discovery of secrets that change their lives forever!

This show has also enjoyed a powerful licensing response across many categories, led by Simba as the Pan-European master toy licensee.

World of Winx is an all-new show starring the characters from the hugely popular Winx Club, with all the fun, excitement, mystery, action and humor that has made Winx Club such a popular girls’ property. In this new show, the Winx fairies visit earth as scouts for talent show WOW! As they search across the globe for talented kids they come across the Talent Thief, a mysterious villain who is capturing gifted children! The Winx must go undercover and hide their fairy identities, often with hilarious consequences, to outfox the Talent Thief, find his secret headquarters and protect the children of earth.

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Fantoche Opens 2016 Competition


BADEN, SWITZERLANDFantoche, Switzerland’s biggest animation film showcase will run from September 6 – 11 in Baden. This will be the 14th time that Baden has played host to the showcase. Fantoche is looking for the latest trends in the world of animation for which they will be giving out a total of 14 awards. Each year the festival welcomes countless film entries. Last year 1370 short films from 73 countries, with 76 originating in Switzerland, were entered. Entries will be accepted through May 31, 2016. Film makers can submit their animated films, which can be no longer than 40 minutes, to the competition.

This year Fantoche will be giving out three new awards in the Swiss Competition. The winners of the New Swiss Talent award, sponsored by Jingle Jungle, and the Swiss Fantastic award, sponsored by the NIFFF Festival, are both selected by the international jury of experts. The Swiss Youth Award is sponsored by the Castellinaria Festival in Bellinzona and is presented by a specially selected multilingual jury of young people from Ticino and the canton of Aargau. To judge the submissions, Fantoche has brought in experts in storytelling, sound design, film production and film schools. The composition of the jury changes from year to year.

“The huge number of current animated shorts we receive each year is a veritable treasure trove for Fantoche in every way,” commented Festival director Annette Schindler. “As a result, the competition programs are literally one-of-a-kind and never fail to delight our audiences.”

There has been a constant and noticeable rise in film submissions coming from exotic countries like Cuba, Ghana, Palestine, Peru, Costa Rica, India, Israel, and Taiwan.

Schindler continued, “Thanks to digital uploads, it's now a lot easier to submit films. Submissions by conventional mail create an obstacle for film makers in many countries.”

The online application portal to submit a short animation film is now open. The closing date for registering is May 31, 2016.

The heart of the Festival program is the “International Competition," the “Swiss Competition” and the competition for Children's film. This is where trends and current developments in the animation film industry discovered. Festival Director Schindler and her team are looking for artistically daring ideas, unconventional approaches and new talent, while still looking for first-class independent films and the best in new animated films from around the world. With awards for Best Film, High Risk and New Talent, the Festival acknowledges the different qualities that characterize animated film production. Films by Swiss directors are automatically entered in the ‘Swiss Competition’ as well.

Each year, Fantoche screens the latest animated films for children and young people in two short programs for different age groups. In cooperation with the children’s film club Die Zauberlaterne, the latest films for children are selected from the entries submitted. These films are also judged by a jury, made up of children, and two prizes are awarded. One is awarded by the child jury and the other by children’s audience.

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Mettle to Showcase VR Tools and Top VR Filmmakers at NAB 2016


MONTREAL, QC -- Mettle will present all of its 360 VR tools at NAB, along with an impressive line-up of VR filmmakers at their booth N8623 in the AR/VR Pavilion. Visitors will have a chance to meet the artists, experience samples of their work, and see their 360/VR production workflows using the Mettle 360/VR tools together with Adobe After Effects CC and Adobe Premiere Pro CC.

Mettle will demo SkyBox Studio for Adobe After Effects CC and SkyBox 360/VR Tools for Adobe Premiere Pro CC, as well as the company’s free player, SkyBox VR Player for Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Chris Bobotis, Developer and co-founder of Mettle, will host several presentations on Cinematic 360/VR production, along with the list of guest presenters: 

  • Tim Conners, The Verge
  • Sarah Hill, StoryUp.
  • Travis Cook and Dirk Wallace, RYOT.
  • Mikey Borup, After Effects with Mikey.
  • Connor Hair, Perception Squared.
  • Tobias Chen, University of Toronto.
  • Tristain Cezair, Cream360VR.
  • Jamie Hall, Gold Creek VR.
  • Mary Poplin, Imagineer.
  • Mike Sevigny. 360/VR Effects Specialist.
  • Lewis Smithingham. Virtual Reality at 30 Ninjas.
  • Charles Yeager, Yeager Film.  

“We are incredibly proud and excited to be able to bring such a talented array of artists to the Mettle booth in the AR/VR Pavilion at NAB,” remarked Chris Bobotis. “Their 360/VR productions are shaping the medium of cinematic 360/VR and, I truly believe, changing the way stories can be told.” 

Mettle SkyBox Studio for Adobe After Effects CC, and SkyBox 360/VR Tools for Adobe Premiere Pro CC are available for trial download and purchase from the Mettle web site. SkyBox VR Player for Adobe Premiere Pro CC is available as a free download.

See Mettle at booth N8623 in the AR/VR Pavilion during NAB 2016, April 18-21.

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‘Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV’ Feature Set for Fall Premiere


LOS ANGELES -- Sony Pictures Home Entertainment and SQUARE ENIX unveiled
Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV, the fully CG animated movie slated to premiere this fall. Based on the cinematic and game phenomenon, the highly anticipated movie will be released worldwide as a cross-media collaboration with Final Fantasy XV, the upcoming sequel to the successful gaming franchise.

Kingsglaive features an all-star cast, including Sean Bean (Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones) as King Regis, Lena Headey (300, Game of Thrones) as Princess Luna and Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad) as Kingsglaive soldier Nyx.

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The magical kingdom of Lucis is home to the hallowed Crystal, but the menacing empire of Niflheim will stop at nothing to make it theirs. War has raged between the two for as long as most can remember.

King Regis of Lucis commands an elite force of soldiers dubbed the Kingsglaive. Wielding their king’s magic, Nyx Ulric and his fellow glaives stand before the crown city of Insomnia, fighting to stay the inexorable advance of Niflheim’s imperial army.

Before the overwhelming military might of the empire, King Regis can only salvage his kingdom by accepting anultimatum—he must cede all lands outside the crown city, and see his son, Prince Noctis, wed to Lady Lunafreya, the former princess of Tenebrae now captive of Niflheim.

As the war of wills rages, the machinations of Niflheim transform Insomnia into an awe-inspiring battleground, pulling Nyx into a struggle for the very survival of the kingdom.

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Submit Your Anime Shorts to the Audience Awards!


TheAudienceAwards.com is currently accepting entries for short anime films and videos that are 45 minutes or less in length. Filmmakers from around the world are invited to submit to the Audience Awards 2016 Anime Short Film and Video Contest for The Audience Awards online short film contest that runs April 26 through May 2, 2016. The film with the most votes wins $300 and all of the filmmakers who compete gain invaluable exposure including press and social media engagement.

Anyone may submit to this contest, but videos will be judged for admittance into the contest before audience & jury voting opens. Preliminary judging will be based on quality of content and adherence to the assignment. Videos will be judged on a score of 1-3. Videos that score a 1 will not be allowed to compete in the contest.

Contest Details:

Submit your film by April 25, 2016 at 8:00pm MT

Voting opens on April 26, 2016 at 8:00am MT

Voting closes on May 2, 2016 at 9:00pm MT

Entry fee is $25

JURY AWARDS

  • 1st Place Jury Award: $150 Site Credit
  • 2nd Place Jury Award: $100 Site Credit 
  • 3rd Place Jury Award: $50 Site Credit 

AUDIENCE AWARDS

  • 1st Place Audience Award: $300 
  • 2nd Place Audience Award: $60 Site Credit 
  • 3rd Place Audience Award: $30 Site Credit 

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11th Annual REDCAT International Children’s Film Festival Sets 2016 Program


LOS ANGELES -- REDCAT, CalArts’ downtown center for the contemporary arts, will present the 11th annual REDCAT International Children’s Film Festival from Saturday, April 23 to Sunday, May 7, 2016. The program features three different programs per day, presented over three weekends, the RICFF features live action and animated short film programs for moviegoers of all ages.

Audiences will see magical, adventurous works made by acclaimed filmmakers and up-and-coming auteurs from countries around the globe, including Argentina, Colombia, France, Iran, Mexico, Korea, Russia, and Taiwan. Tickets are priced at just $5.

“This is our favorite kids film fest in the world!” – Red Tricycle

“Sure, they’re meant for children, but the filmmaking, particularly in animation, is sophisticated enough for any movie-lover.” –This Picture Book Life

“For cultural immersion they’ll confuse for fun, take the kids to REDCAT’s International Children’s Film Festival.” —Jewish Journal

“REDCAT’s film showcase gives children a chance to see their peers across the globe.” —Los Angeles Times

Full schedule with descriptions below 

Programs:

  • Explore Galore

April 23, May 1, 12:00 pm & May 7, 3:00 pm - Ages 2 and up. 69 min.

Adventures and a feast for the senses await you in this collection of wacky, sweet and silly animated films. Experiment with some mad scientists, dance across the kitchen counter with some sushi, trick some hungry dragons and dinosaurs, make a game out of cleaning up the house, and discover the beautiful music of friendship.

  • Magic Potion

April 23 & 30, 1:30 pm - Ages 5 and up. 66 min.

These short movies are full of “abracadabra” moments! Go on a wild wagon ride, chase the moon, find a message in a bottle, and set off on a real life adventure to discover the things that will make you truly happy.

  • Adventurama

April 23 & 24, 3:00 pm - Ages 7 and up. 72 min.

 All aboard for a journey into the wildest depths of your imagination! Meet mysterious birds, bumbling monsters, a magical box of toothpicks, and a miniature pirate army of three, as you discover that the best parts of adventures are the memories and friends you make along the way. 

  • Imagine That

April 24, May 1 & May 7, 1:30 pm - Ages 5 and up. 64 min.

Peek inside this cinematic cabinet of curiosities, and you’ll see a mind-blowing mélange of images sure to stir your most creative impulses. Befriend a lemur, dive into the pages of a book, watch your drawings come alive and marvel at the size of your own mind — it can hold so many thoughts!

  • Cuddly Critters

April 24, 30 & May 7, 12:00 pm - Ages 2 and up. 56 min.

Take a trip to an animated animal kingdom, where you’ll find everything from teensy ants to huge, hungry hippos! If you love four-legged, furry, finned and feathery creatures, this is the program for you.

  • Show Me A Story

May 1, 3:00 pm - Ages 7 and up. 60 min. 

Step inside a dreamscape of splendid stop-motion, drawn and painted animation and exquisite computer-rendered moving pictures, and see how stories can come alive. Some of the tales will tug at your heartstrings, while others might give you a shiver. You’ll dance with colors, marvel with motion, and meet fairy tale characters you’ll never forget. 

Films:

Explore Galore - April 23, May 1, 12:00 pm & May 7, 3:00 pm - Ages 2 and up. 69 min. 

  • Silent, Brandon Oldenburg and Limbert Fabian, USA, 2014
  • Boing Doing Squeak Ping, Lisan Peters, The Netherlands, 2013, 1 min
  • Konigirikun - A Small Rice Ball, Mari Miyazawa, Japan, 2015
  • Camusi Camusi, Yenny Santamaría Amado, Colombia, 2014
  • Goldilocks and the Three Dinosaurs, Pete List, USA, 2015
  • Fridge Princess,Tale Do, Michelle Oh and Ruby Xia, Canada, 2015
  • Herman’s Heart, Anne Kristin Berge, Norway, 2014
  • Troll Trap, Klaus Morschheuser and Johannes Weiland, Germany, 2014
  • Sensible Senses, Joanna Polak, Poland, 2013
  • How Shammies Tidied Up, Edmunds Jansons, Latvia, 2015
  • Rice Ball’s Little Mallet, Yu Li-Fu, Taiwan, 2014
  • Friends (Episodes 1-2-5-8-10), Christophe Defaye and Olivier Defaye, Japan, 2014

Magic Potion - April 23 & 30, 1:30 pm - Ages 5 and up. 66 min.

  • Taking Flight, Brandon Oldenburg, USA, animation, 2015
  • The Moon and I, Nancy Biniadaki, Germany, live action, 2015
  • Bounce, Rory Lowe and D.C. Barclay, United Kingdom, live action, 2015
  • We Were Colors, Marcos Almada and Carlos Azcuaga, Mexico, animation, 2014
  • Freeze, Maria Peters, The Netherlands, live action, 2014
  • Myna & Asterix, Kenny Basumatary, India, live action, 2015

Adventurama - April 23 & 24, 3:00 pm - Ages 7 and up. 72 min.

  • Melvin the Birder, David Emmite, USA, animation, 2014
  • The Search for the Monster of Lake Quannapowitt, Sarah Lynne Reul, USA, animation, 2015
  • Sugar Rush, Reno Armanet, France, animation, 2015
  • Sky High, Stewart Powers, United Kingdom, animation and live action, 2015
  • The Great Adventure of Manel and the Magic Toothpicks, Xavier Pijuan Sala, Spain, live action, 2015
  • Job Interview, Thiago Penteado, Brazil, live action, 2015
  • Lea and the Forest Pirates, Maria Avramova, Sweden, animation, 2015

Cuddly Critters - April 24, 30 & May 7, 12:00 pm - Ages 2 and up. 56 min.

  • Perfect Houseguest, Ru Kuwahata and Max Porter, USA, 2015
  • The Last Leaf, Gwyneth Christoffel, Canada, 2014
  • The Birdie, Yekaterina Filippova, Russia
  • The Visitors, Philip Watts, Australia, 2014
  • Caballito De Mar, Yenny Santamaría Amado, Colombia, 2013
  • The Most Best Hat, Jenelle Weidlich, USA, puppetry and live action, 2015
  • Hippo and Juice, Alexey Minchenok, Russia, 2015
  • Ladybug, Marina Karpova, Russia, animation, 2015
  • Cloudy Goats, Hamid Karimian, Iran, animation, 2014
  • How Shammies Built a House, Edmunds Jansons, Latvia, 2015
  • The Little Bird and the Squirrel, Lena von Döhren, Switzerland, 2014
  • Mr. K’s New House, Enson Huang, Taiwan, 2014
  • The Mods, Antonio Padovan, Italy, 2014
  • Schwammerlbert, Pia Auteried, Germany, 2014
  • Pik-Pik-Pik, Dmitry Vysotskiy, Russia, 2014
  • Kiburi, Justin Melillo, USA, 2013
  • Xavier the Cat, Andrzej Orzechowski and Bronislaw Zeman, Poland, 2013 

IMAGINE THAT - April 24, May 1 & May 7, 1:30 pm - Ages 5 and up. 63 min. 

  • Little Attic, Maiia Fazulina, Russia, animation, 2015
  • The Fly, Marco di Gerlando, Italy, live action and animation, 2015
  • PAWO, Antje Heyn, Germany, animation, 2015
  • Very Lonely Cock, Leonid Shmelkov, Russia, animation, 2015
  • True Places, Theo Taplitz, USA, live action, 2015
  • Light Motif, Frédéric Bonpapa, France/United Kingdom, animation, 2014
  • Abstract Painting,Tatiana Skorlupkina, Russia, animation, 2015
  • Fabric Cosmos, Seung-hee Jung, South Korea, animation, 2015
  • A is for Aye-Aye: an Abecedarian Adventure, Augusta Palmer, USA, live action and animation, 2015

Where The Giants Tread - April 30, 3:00 pm -Ages 8 and up. 57 min.

Explore myths, fables, and fairy tales from around the world! You’ll see kids reach up and grab the moon, giants walk across rivers and coconut trees spring up overnight. And best of all, you’ll find out how lessons of kindness translate across time and space. 

  • The Child Who Hammered Nails, Isabelle Kanapé, Innu Nation/Canada, animation, 2014
  • Underground City, Joanna Polak, Poland, live action and animation, 2014
  • Legend of the Angel of Oblivion, Karolina Jozwik, Poland, animation, 2013
  • The Giant, Julio Vanzeler and Luís da Matta Almeida, Portugal, animation, 2012
  • Catalina and the Sun, Anna Paula Hönig, Argentina/Germany/France, live action, 2015
  • The Tale of the Coconut, Marc Thümmler, Germany, live action, 2015
  • Aromantic Tea, Danielle Bethel, United Kingdom, 2015

Show Me A Story - May 1, 3:00 pm - Ages 7 and up. 60 min. 

  • MiMO, Chang Pei Yee and Oon Qian Yi Shannon, Singapore, 2014
  • Doggydent, Pilecka Magdalena, Poland, 2014
  • Noir, Soyeon Kim, US/Korea, 2015
  • J and the Fish, Cécile Paysant, France, 2015
  • Granddaughter, Nicolas P. Villarreal, Argentina, 2014
  • Out From the Deep, Katrin Novakovic, Croatia, 2013
  • My Grandfather was a Cherry Tree, Olga Poliektova and Tatiana Poliektova, Russia
  • It’s Quite True, Joanna Jasińska-Koronkiewicz, Poland, 2014
  • Hiline, Marcos Andavert, Spain, 2014
  • Papa Cloudy's Orchestra, Akiko McQuerrey, USA, animation, 2015 

Schedule: 

Saturday, April 23

12:00 pm         Explore Galore

1:30pm            Magic Potion

3:00 pm           Adventurama

Sunday, April 24 

12:00 pm         Cuddly Critters

1:30 pm           Imagine That

3:00 pm           Adventurama  

Saturday, April 30 

12:00 pm         Cuddly Critters

1:30 pm           Magic Potion

3:00 pm           Where the Giants Tread 

Sunday, May 1  

12:00 pm         Explore Galore

1:30pm            Imagine That

3:00 pm           Show Me a Story

Saturday, May 7 

12:00 pm         Cuddly Critters

1:30pm            Imagine That

3:00 pm           Explore Galore 

Presented in partnership with Northwest Film Forum. Curated by Elizabeth Shepherd.  Funded in part with generous support from members of the REDCAT Circle and REDCAT Council.

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