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As part of the agreement, Scholastic will have rights to publish all novelizations, coloring and activity books, picture and storybooks based on DreamWorks' next five animated films.
Over 30 animated films from Canada have been nominated for Academy Awards.
This month, in celebration of the first-ever two-disc Platinum Edition DVD release of Disney's most beloved animated film, The Little Mermaid, Disney Consumer Products (DCP) in collaboration with Walt Disney Home Entertainment brings to stores the largest assortment of Little Mermaid merchandise available since the film's 1989 release - more than 2,200 fun and imaginative products glimmering with an "under-the-sea" theme.
The trend continued over the weekend when 20th Century Fox's animated film ``Robots'' opened in first place with a gross of $36 million, pushing another PG-rated movie, ``The Pacifier,'' to second place.
Japanese-style animated films and ''manga'' comics have made their way into Southeast Asia, and organizers said they hope the forum would deepen cultural understanding between Japan and ASEAN countries.
An international animated film festival opened Thursday for five days in the city of Hiroshima, featuring movies with love and peace as their main themes.
With the simplest of means, Ku's animated films create psychologically twisted situations that make explicit the various ways language operates (or fails to operate) when it dwindles into stupidity or, as Wittgenstein wrote, "goes on holiday.
8 million are the highest opening grosses of any animated film in history.
While still a high school student during the Second World War, Pindal worked on the first major Danish animated film before having to flee his native Copenhagen weeks before graduation as the Nazis had taken exception to the anti-Hitler cartoons he had contributed to an underground newspaper.
Computer-generated and hand-drawn animated films will spark the imagination of filmgoers of all ages: "Moongirl," directed by award-winning filmmaker Henry Selick ("The Nightmare Before Christmas," "James and the Giant Peach"); Chapman University alumni Chris Mais' toy room adventure, "Smile"; Paul Yan's film about an egg-balancing race, "Egghunt"; Agoura High School junior Carolyn Chrisman's captivating and operatic "Envious Heart"; Lola Kamaolva's humorous "Bibi"; Fill Marc Sagaraca's playful "Second Banana"; Dennis Tal's visually poetic "The Orchid and the Rose"; and Caleb Hystad's Native American tale, "The Big Rock Story.
Indeed, the museum's large first gallery is empty save for a giant screen, speakers and some couches to allow visitors to relax while watching a reel of historic early animated films, which have the power of a giant Jackson Pollock canvas.
The 61-year-old director, who is famed for churning out thought-provoking animated films, including the 1997 box-office hit ''Mononoke Hime (Princess Mononoke),'' expressed gratitude that his film was honored and treated as ''one film.