Volume 1 - No. 8
Editor's Notebook by Harvey Deneroff
Disneyland and Europe:
Walt Disney's First Magic Kingdom
Robin Allan examines how Disneyland, the progenitor of today's theme parks, came into being and the role animation had in it.
Something's Wrong With Our Ship:
Animated Motion-Simulator Films in Theme Parks
Judith Rubin surveys what's going on in animated ridefilms at theme parks and other venues around the world and who's making them.
BRC Imagination Arts
BRC Imagination Arts, one of the oldest and largest producers of animated and live-action ridefilms is profiled by Rita Street.
Bob Swain interviews director Jim Cameron's reworking of Terminator 2 for Universal Studios theme park in Orlando, Terminator 2-3D .
The Fremont Street Experience:
No Glitz, No Glory!
Las Vegas' Freemont Street Experience boasts of the world's largest electric sign and Jane Baer explains to Frankie Kowalski how one does animation for a 5 screen panel that is almost 1,400 feet long.
The Electric Felix Man
John Canemaker relates how Otto Messmer, the creator of Felix the Cat, got into directing animated films for a Times Square landmark.
The National Lottery: A Polemic
The unexpected success of Britain's new national lottery can be a means of mitigating the dire results of privatization in funding animated films. Jill McGreal explains.
Contracts for Original Works Published on Internet
Attorney Nicolas Valluet explores the whys and wherefores of having your work put on the Internet.
Version Française - French version
Betty Boop: The Definitive Collection
by Harvey Deneroff
Festivals & Conferences
Ottawa International Animation Festival
by Gene Walz
Brisbane Animation Festival
by David Marshall
Society for Animation Studies:
8th Annual Conference
by Harvey Deneroff
Desert Island Series....Please keep your arms in the vehicle while the ride is in motion!
Scott Ross, Jane Baer and Bob Rogers
Compiled by Frankie Kowalski
AWN Comicsby John R. Dilworth
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