...and this is an Argentine/Spanish co-production, with the lions share of the work being done in Argentina :)By:Ben (not verified)
Congratulations to Bill!By:Lori Nelson (not verified)
The link description says 'Spain's Juan Jose Campanella'
Having worked for him, I can tell you that Campanella is well and truly Argentine :)By:Ben Jones (not verified)
Hi. I want to clarify that the article seems to indicate that the movie is being made in Spain, and that the director Juan Jose Campanella is Spanish as well. He´s Argentinian and the movie is being made in Argentina, though it is an Argentina/Spain co-production. Hope that helps. ThanksBy:Raf (not verified)
Awesome! Thanks for the postBy:Raf (not verified)
The series would begin somewhere between spring and summer.By:PenguinEyes (not verified)
Movie was all over the place.
The Concept was the problem.
Jack wasn't that likeable. "Me, me, me!"
The motions & animations were way too hectic.
Jack flying in the air looked strange.
No one likes it when a kid gets whacked by a
couch. No one likes seeing a character drown.
The FX were over the top & an overload.By:Animationlove (not verified)
this looks awesomeBy:HunTeR (not verified)
Legislation was introducted in 1990 called the Children's Television Act. It established guidelines for children's television programming.By:Digifilmprof (not verified)
Glad to see my two favourite Ralph Bakshi films in your list. =) American Pop remains one of the best animated features I've seen.By:Anonymous (not verified)
James Cameron should apologize for his "3D" Titanic scam.
He didn't use 3D cameras but faked it.
It's pseudo 3D.
Give the movie goers their money back.By:Thom McCann (not verified)
that's probably the dumbest thing i've ever heardBy:Anonymous (not verified)
When will the Tales of Peter Rabbit air on Nick Jr. in 2013?By:Anonymous (not verified)
And also James Cameron in Avatar, ILM with Rango and Spielberg and Jackson with Tin Tin to name a few others that have com before Disney...
Thanks for pointing that out bigbadbillyBy:Nestor Prado (not verified)
It's great that Disney is using this technology, but it's not really groundbreaking in 2013 given that James Cameron was using a virtual camera setup in a mo-cap volume in 2005 through 2009 to choose shots for Avatar.By:Geoff (not verified)
So when you say "paradigm-changing", you mean "Copying NewTek LightWave" right?
Because this looks like a cheap (while probably more expensive) version of LightWave's virtual camera system.
Sure, this is a big paradigm shift. But Disney just copied NewTek.
This isn't new.By:Baron Karza (not verified)
PLEASE, the powers-that-be, keep this show alive! I only discovered it last year and can't get enough of it. I don't want to loose it now. There are no laws that regulate the term of a series. Especially one as well written and well acted as this one. Always you see Merlin as an older sorcerer. This younger perspective is refreshing and leaves a lot of growing up room to continue for many more episodes. Please give in to your fans and continue to entertain us!!By:USYaya (not verified)
Inthe interest of historical accuracy, Sony Pictures Imageworks pioneered a very similar virtual camera system in 2006 for the animated film Surf's Up. This allowed for a handheld, documentary feel to the movie.
Search for the Sudtio Daily dot com article titled: Shooting Animation Veritas-Style for Surf's Up
Just want to make sure all paradigm shifters are recognized.By: