Mike Lyons takes a look at Walt Disney Television Animation's proven strategy for adapting the company's animated features as television series such as the upcoming Hercules.
Craig Miller introduces us to the Writers Guild of America's Animation Writers Caucus, which aims to assist animation writers and help them to better the circumstances under which they work.
William Moritz discusses Richard Reeves' Linear Dreams and Bbel Neubauer's Moonlight and helps to put them in perspective. Includes Quicktime movies of both films.
Bbel Neubauer divulges her creative process and discusses the production of Roots, her drawn-on-film short abstract work. Includes a Quicktime movie.
Dr. John A. Lent puts Ram Mohan and his new company RM-USL into perspective as India enters a new phase of development.
Milt Vallas takes us inside China to understand this giant and its current bid for the world's attention.
Who is behind this spandex-clad leader of late night? Heather Kenyon investigates with help from Cartoon Network's Michael Lazzo, Senior Vice President, Programming and Production.
The second installment of Barry Purves' production diary as he chronicles producing a series of animated shorts for Channel 4. An Animation World Magazine exclusive.
Charles Solomon speaks with Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston about Pierre Lambert's book Pinocchio, the film and, of course, Walt and his dreams.
Yellow Submarine was the start of a new era of animation. Robert R. Hieronimus, Ph.D. tells us where some of the creative staff went after they left Pepperland.
On the 30th anniversary of The Beatles' Yellow Submarine, Karl Cohen speaks with the two key TVC production figures behind the film, John Coates and Norman Kauffman.
Peter Chung examines the flaws of today's comics as he reveals the basic nature of visual narrative.
Debra K. Chinn explains the growing U.S. studio interest in international dubbing and the production process involved.
Buzz Potamkin tells us how the much-awaited first annual Annecy International Animated Film Festival faired.
The first installment of Barry Purves' production diary as he chronicles producing a series of animated shorts for Channel 4. An Animation World Magazine exclusive.
Animation World Magazine's annual Jobs & Education issue includes a survey of pointed questions taking a look at the relationship between educators, industry representatives and students. School profiles are included.
As part of Animation World Magazine's monthly Hidden Treasures column on archives, Patrick Loughney, Ph.D. defines what animation treasures lie behind the massive doors of the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C
Michelle Klein-Hs surveys the best animation web sites on the Internet, from her own Animation Nerd's Paradise to Spumco's George Liquor.
How did they create Jack and Rose's frosty breath? Marian Rudnyk describes the rotoscoping process that was used to bring the Titanic experience to life.
Animating under the camera with sand or paint on glass is a tricky feat. Here a host of experts offer their tried and true methods.