TR!CKST3R Symposia Tickets are now on-sale!
Visit our website for details on the Symposia. Click below to purchase tickets!
Symposia 1 - Personal Experience: Putting YOU Into Your Project
Symposia 2 - Art in the 3rd Dimension: Design, Manufacture, and Distribution of your Creator-Owned Toy
Symposia 3 - World Building
Symposia 4 - Creative Endurance: Staying the Course to Project Completion
COME ON, selection committee. MU was a shoo-in!
The silver lining was seeing Big Jim eat the camera on live TV. Classic Big Jim.
Brandon Cronenberg (son of David) directs Antiviral, opening October 12th. Like father, like son!
Steve Niles and Christopher Mitten’s Final Night #2 is Trickster’s Feature of the Day!
"Did you ever work on Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends or Dexter’s Lab or Powerpuff Girls or other UPA-influenced shows? I love your stylish cartoony designs!” — iansimsjam
Thanks, but I didn’t work on any of those shows! I worked on Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures (and some other miscellaneous Bakshi stuff), The Simpsons, Tiny Toon Adventures and Tazmania. I was working at Pixar when the Cartoon Network shows began! — J.
The Annies: Best Animated Feature. Best Directing in an Animated Feature. Best Writing in an Animated Feature. Best Music in an Animated Feature. Best Voice Acting in an Animated Feature. Maybe Wreck-It Ralph should be called Clean-Up Ralph! Congratulations to Rich Moore, Jim Reardon, Henry Jackman, Skrillex, Adam Young, Matthew Thiessen, Jamie Houston, Yasushi Akimoto, Alan Tudyk, Phil Johnston, Jennifer Lee, Nancy Kruse, Lissa Treiman, Lauren MacMullan and the rest of the Wreck-It crew!
Congratulations to Brave-ers Steve Pilcher, Nicholas C. Smith, A.C.E, Robert Grahamjones, A.C.E., and David Suther for their Feature Production Design and Feature Editorial awards!
Kudos to John Kahrs for Paperman's Best Short Subject gold, and to John Eng and the Dragons: Riders of Berk team for their Best Directing in a Television/Broadcast Production and Best Animated TV Production For Children wins!