Article Type: Blog Post
It's been years since we've heard from JJ Villard, the creator of the ballbreaking films, Son of Satan and Chestnuts Icelolly.... but now he's back in the most unexpected place: TV.
Almost every Disney movie about princesses is about white European princesses with perfect faces and “ideal” hour-glass figures.
Like a bus, train or any other mode of transportation that takes you from point A to point B, there will always be another job offer and potentially an even better job offer waiting to take you to your next career destination.
This is what's called a conflict of interest. See I work for the OIAF and I'm using this post to promote the fact that Cloud with a Chance of Meatballs 2 will screen at this year's OIAF before it lands in cinemas.
Did you know that the Russian experimental master, Dziga "Ziggy" Vertov made animation films? You did? Hell, I didn't. Check it out anyway!
Ace and Son have been creating lots of nifty music clips for this band called Grouplove. Sounds sexy. No, not really. Sounds hippie. Stupid hippies. Great videos though.
During the season premiere of Breaking Bad's final season, the always hilarious character Badger describes his Star Trek script to Skinny Pete. Less than 24 hours after the premiere, someone has created an animated version of the scene.
Julie Zammarchi is an American indie animator best known for her films Ape (1992) and beautiful The Passenger (2009). I stumbled upon a recentish piece short she did using Johnny Cash's 25 Minutes To Go.
Having traveled and lived in countries representative of truly diverse ideological, political, economic, social, geographic and otherwise distinctive settings, the issuing realities are dawning on me, and in the reflective process also are becoming uncomfortably clear to me.
This much delayed episode comes to you all the way from China, where I am now, invited here as a Professor & KoGuan Chair of Digital Arts & Design @ Peking University.
I shall attempt to express why creative workshops are so imperative, impactful and, at least in my personal conclusion, simply fundamental.