Will all those talking animal commercials quiet down in 1999? Chuck McBride discusses the advertising hits of 1998 and what will come of them in 1999.
Otto Alder presents the current state of the Independent Animation film by delving into its definition and that of animation as a whole. Available in German and English.
Menno de Nooijer traveled to the Holland Animation Film Festival for a week of fabulous screenings and catch up time with old friends.
Otto Alder prentiert die jetzige Stellung des Unabhgige Animationsfilm durch seine Erklung und Schilderung, und auch Animation in allgemein. Greifbar auf Deutsch oder English.
Bertrand Mosca Responsable des Programmes Jeunesse France 3 Ce qui marquera l'ann 99, ce sera la profusion de programmes d'animation toujours plus novateurs et suisants. L'animation, en pleine effervescence l'helle mondiale, offre depuis ces dernies anns une surenche de la qualit que ce soit au niveau des concepts, des graphismes ou des performances techniques.
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Since Animation World Magazine's inception, we've conducted a monthly column called "Desert Island." This regular installment provides a fascinating peek into the minds of animation artists and others involved in the industry by asking them what ten films they would choose to take with them if they had to spend their remaining years on a desert island. Having surveyed nearly 120 people, we decided it was time to compile all the answers and see what interesting trends and similarities we ...
No question about it. 1998 was the year of animation, thanks to the successful release of so many theatrical features. Evan Backes puts it all in perspective and alerts us to 1999's treats.
he eighth installment of Barry Purves' production diary as he chronicles producing a series of animated shorts for Channel 4. An Animation World Magazine exclusive.
Toby Bluth discusses DreamWorks' long-awaited feature, The Prince of Egypt. While the animation and effects are stunning, the storytelling leaves something to be desired...
AWN General Manager Annick Teninge traveled to the Indian Ocean island of Rnion to attend the third "Crossroads of the Image of the Indian Ocean" conference which tries to unite this remote locale with the European animation industry. Available in French and English.
LEAF was everything an event about special effects and animation should be. From great screenings, to gleaning excellent, useful advice from the folks creating the cutting edge. George Cairns was there.
Annick Teninge, Directrice Gale d'AWN, a assistau 3e "Carrefour" de l Indien la R conf qui traitait cette ann des enjeux du travail distance pour europ cin d Article disponible en fran et anglais.
The seventh installment of Barry Purves' production diary as he chronicles producing a series of animated shorts for Channel 4. An Animation World Magazine exclusive.
The toddlers' first excursion into theaters in The Rugrats Movie is well directed and paced, but flawed. Michael Mallory explains.
Giannalberto Bendazzi reviews That's Enough Folks,Henry T. Sampson's insightful book on the cartoon treatment of African Americansand other minority groups. Available in English and Italian.
Katie Mason relates Disneyland's history from Walt's dream to an attraction which has drawn over 400 million visitors since its opening day, July 17, 1955.
How can a collection of essays make Warner Bros. cartoons seem so serious? Mark Mayerson ponders the impact of academics on the new book Reading the Rabbit: Explorations in Warner Bros. Animation.
Contrary to popular belief, the Internet and kids are made for each other. Ted Pedersen & Francis Moss take us into the world of the post-television generation.
Giannalberto Bendazzi rassegna,Questo e tutto, Famiglia, ingenioso libro di T. Sampson sul tratamento dei afroamericani ed altri gruppi minoritari nei cartonni. E disponibile in Inglese e Italiano.
Giannalberto Bendazzi shares a treasure...the book American Magus - Harry Smith, which features "one of the most hidden, obscure and enigmatic figures in the entire history of animation and the avant-garde." Available in English and Italian.
Clark Dodsworth lends his considerable insight as to what we can expect from the amusement park of the future. Interactive robotic fauna? Digital characters with acquired intelligence and synthetic personalities? You bet!