Fred Patten reviews the latest anime releases including: Harlock Saga, Angel Links, Assemble Insert, Hermes: Winds of Love and Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water.
Kinetix, the independent, multimedia business unit of Autodesk, Inc., is devoted to revolutionizing 3-D computing with powerful graphics software for Microsoft Windows NT workstations and Windows 95. Kinetix develops and delivers affordable content creation tools for visual computing professionals such as: film, video and broadcast television producers; interactive 3-D game developers; and architects, engineers and designers.
The division generates annual revenues of nearly U.S. $37 million, and has delivered more than 53,000 copies of its flagship 3D Studio MAX application to the...
Osmosis Jones blends hokey live-action and slick animation into a cop spoof that is both gross and clever. J. Paul Peszko reveals the process behind these two separate worlds.
Singapore's Animation Fiesta is making a unique place for itself after just two events. Mark Langer describes this exciting newcomer.
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Heather Kenyon relates the events from Cardiff, Wales, an educational festival full of panel discussions and lectures with many bright spots, despite the rain.
Dr. John A. Lent puts Ram Mohan and his new company RM-USL into perspective as India enters a new phase of development.
Michel Ocelot relates the latest ASIFA International developments regarding ASIFA's new relationship to festivals.
Deborah Reber relates the latest animated merchandising trends straight from New York's Licensing Show.
A tool to find almost any animated short in the world, David Kilmer's long-awaited The Animated Film Collector's Guide is reviewed by Emru Townsend.
Milt Vallas takes us inside China to understand this giant and its current bid for the world's attention.
Alan Neal reviews Anime Essentialsa good book if you are a beginner fan who wants an introduction into the world of anime.