Tag Archive "dreamworks"

Movie Review: A Proper Service and Complex Thanks

Thank You For Your Service is unlike any war drama you’ve seen before. It has intense action, gripping drama and a true story of brave soldiers. And it’s unique because the fight isn’t overseas – ...

Movie Review: The Boss Baby is a Bundle of Joy

It’s rare movies with a (clearly) young target audience are both sweet and entertaining. But The Boss Baby is a modestly charming surprise for family audiences, in a simple, whimsical way. Not everyone can stand ...

zoootpia

Sheridan alumni behind magic of Golden Globe winner Zootopia

Zootopia, featuring the work of nearly a dozen Sheridan alumni, has won the Golden Globe for best animated motion picture. The award was presented on Sunday, January 8th in Beverley Hills, California.

Movie Review: About as Weird as it Sounds

I love animated movies. The best thing about the medium is you can create worlds impossible to create with traditional movie making – and you can make characters never before possible come to life. Dreamworks ...

Movie Review: Home is a familiar yet heartwarming adventure.

The cute, squishy alien creatures in Dreamworks’ latest picture — based on the acclaimed children’s book The True Meaning of Smekday by Adam Rex — come to earth looking for a place to hide from their ...

How_to_Train_Your_Dragon_2

Sheridan alumnus Dean DeBlois wins Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature

How to Train Your Dragon 2, written and directed by Sheridan alumnus Dean DeBlois has won the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature. The award was presented at a ceremony on Sunday, January 11, ...

Ideas, Insights and Experiences in Animation Discussed at International Conference Hosted by Sheridan

Over 100 academics from around the world gathered at Corus Quay in Toronto last week to attend the 26th annual Society of Animation Studies (SAS) Conference. Sheridan is the first applied institution to host the ...

Sheridan Alumnus Rex Grignon Wins Award for Outstanding College Graduates

Rex Grignon, a 1984 graduate of Sheridan’s Computer Animation program, was presented with the 2013 Premier’s Award in the Creative Arts and Design category at a gala celebration at Toronto’s Fairmont Royal York Hotel in ...

Sheridan celebrates six graduates nominated for Premier’s Awards

Sheridan is proud to announce the six alumni selected as nominees for the 2013 Premier’s Awards, an annual program that recognizes the outstanding social and economic contributions of college graduates.  Launched in 1992 to mark ...

“Turbo” Director & Writer: David Soren – Sheridan College Animation Alumni

For David Soren, directing and writing Turbo was a dream come true.  And much like his story’s main character – a snail who sets his sights on racing glory – Soren realized his ambition early on in ...