ANIMATION WORLD MAGAZINE - ISSUE 5.05 - AUGUST 2000
Feature Films & Education and Training, September 2000
Another full issue is coming to Animation World this September. For feature films we are going to present an interview with Mark Dindal, director of Disneys fall release, The Emperors New Groove. We are also going to take a look at the aesthetics of animated properties coming to the big screen. Gerard Raiti is going to tell us why some work and others dont. Amid Amidi is profiling feature films that have been released outside of the big studios theatrical machine. If you are about to embark on producing your own feature, read this article first. For a look into the Japanese feature film market, resident expert Fred Patten is going to outline the lay of the land of the rising sun. We are also going to look at Pink Floyds The Wall.
For education and training, we are going to hear about the tools recruiters are using to find new talent. We are also going to offer a checklist to help you find animation workshops and organizations in your area. Need help selling your original concept? Want to know how to pitch, put together a series bible and obtain an agent? If so, you wont want to miss this issue.
In other articles we have a feature on Vancouver's Atomic Cartoons, a focus on Israel's animation community and a profile of Adaboy, which uses patented Targeted Message Technology (TMT) to put ads into the texture, or face, of on-line games.
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