For feature films Martin Goodman is taking a look at this summer's
hits and misses. Gerard Raiti is figuring out why some cartoons don't
work as live-action adaptations and others do. Amid Amidi is
profiling feature films that have been released outside of the big
studios' theatrical machine. Plus, 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. Plus, Larry Lauria speaks with
Don Bluth about his departure from Fox and his plans for the future.
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 leave behind and obtain an agent? If so, you
won't 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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