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  1. The film established Blue Sky as the third studio, after Pixar and DreamWorks Animation, to launch a successful CGI franchise. In January 2009, the studio moved from White Plains, New York to Greenwich, Connecticut, taking advantage of the state's 30 percent tax credit and having more space to grow.

  2. Blue Sky Studios fue un estudio de animación CGI especializado en la animación de personajes generada por ordenador con sede en Greenwich, Connecticut). El estudio fue fundado en 1987 por Michael Ferraro, Carl Ludwig, Alison Brown, David Brown, Chris Wedge y Eugene Troubetzkoy, después de que la empresa para la que trabajaban en MAGI, uno de ...

  3. 30 de mar. de 2021 · As Walt Disney pulls the plug next week on Blue Sky Studios in Greenwich, the animation industry is getting a crack at one of the largest exoduses of talent in a generation.

  4. Governor M. Jodi Rell and Speaker of the House Jim Amann today announced that Blue Sky Studios, Inc., a leading digital animation production company and wholly owned subsidiary of Fox Filmed Entertainment, plans to move from White Plains, N.Y., to Greenwich.

  5. 11 de feb. de 2021 · Blue Sky Studios received an $8 million loan in 2008 from the state when the company was lured from White Plains, N.Y. Its agreement with the state required it to establish 300 jobs...

  6. It might've been mere coincidence, but the ribbon-cutting ceremony for Blue Sky Studios' new Greenwich, Connecticut headquarters took place just six days after an animation exhibit supported by the studio opened at an arts center blocks away from the company's former home in White Plains, New York.

  7. 10 de feb. de 2021 · Feb 10, 2021, 5:31 PM. •. Updated 1,192 days ago. Share: / Disney announced Wednesday it is pulling the plug on Blue Skies Studios, the Greenwich-based studio behind the "Ice Age" movies. Former Speaker of the State House Jim Amann was an early proponent of the tax credits that first attracted Blue Sky to Greenwich back in 2009.