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Creating infographics in Illustrator: 10 top tips

If you think about it, we’ve been making infographics since the dawn of time – those early cave paintings were passing on information graphically that could be processed and understood quickly.  13 incredible tools for creating infographics The best infographics wrap information and/or data into a story in a clear, concise and engaging manner. Making… Read More »

Disney Offers Concessions to Calm E.U. Competition Concerns Over Fox Deal

The Walt Disney Company has offered concessions to try and calm E.U. anti-trust concerns over Disney’s $71.3 billion acquisition of 21stCentury Fox’s entertainment assets. The move was announced Monday by the European Commission with Disney having submitted the proposal Friday. Details of the concessions offered have not been revealed. The European regulator has also extended… Read More »

Studiocanal Primes Talent Links, Fiction Format Sales (EXCLUSIVE)

CANNES — Launching new production units in France and the U.K., European film-TV powerhouse Studiocanal is priming its established talent relationships as it pushes ever more fiction format sales. The production-distribution-sales house hits Mipcom with “Pros and Cons,” the latest series from SAM Productions, co-run by “Borgen’s” Adam Price, and “,” from Nicola Shindler’s RED… Read More »

Joseph Fiennes Plans to Produce and Star in Cyrano de Bergerac Series for Atrium TV

Joseph Fiennes was in Cannes, Sunday, to talk to potential partners about “Cyrano,” his “Cyrano de Bergerac” series project for Atrium TV. Atrium TV is a drama commissioning club that has telcos and pay-TV platforms as members. They were in Cannes to run the rule over new projects and others already in development. Members include… Read More »

The CW Launches #CWOpenToAll Campaign to Promote Inclusion (Watch)

The CW is launching #CWOpenToAll, a new on-air, digital, social and print campaign designed to reinforce the network’s commitment to inclusion and representation. “We think this campaign really captures the spirit and mission of the CW and why our fans come to us,” said network president Mark Pedowitz. “We are committed to making sure our… Read More »

The best online animation classes in 2018

When it comes to online animation classes, the cliche is true: you really do get what you pay for. Most of the free or cheap courses you'll find online are going to be pretty low-grade and ultimately a waste of your valuable time. High-quality tuition, delivered by animators working at the leading studios, may cost… Read More »

Timothée Chalamet-Steve Carell Drama ‘Beautiful Boy’ Sees Strong Opening

“Beautiful Boy,” starring Timothee Chalamet and Steve Carell, showed plenty of power in a platform opening with $221,437 at four locations for Amazon Studios, yielding an impressive $55,359 per-theater average. Chalamet stars as Nic Sheff, a young man who struggles with drug addiction, and Carell as his father, David Sheff. The film also stars Amy… Read More »

‘First Man’ Blues: How 40 Years of ‘Star Wars’ Killed the Mystery of the Moon Shot

“First Man,” Damien Chazelle’s turbulent and transporting drama about Neil Armstrong and his journey through the space program, was assailed within a day of its premiere at the Venice Film Festival last August. Voices from the right, who attacked Chazelle for having made a film about the moon landing that left out the astronauts planting… Read More »