Ilene Hoffman reviews Warner Bros. Feature Animation's highly-anticipated first fully-animated feature film, Quest for Camelot
Finally, something the Pimp likes! Rex The Runt.But, this month, we see that the Animation Pimp reads a lot into this show of four dogs.
Brian Camp reviews the 1998 book The Anime! Movie Guide by Helen McCarthy, former editor of Anime UK and author of Anime! A Beginner's Guide to Japanese Animation.
Julien Dubois fait un compte-rendu de l'ition 1998 du MIP-TV Cannes, rant un marchinternational de l'animation agit
Julien Dubois reports on the 1998 MIP-TV market in Cannes, revealing a troubled international marketplace for animation.
William Moritz reviews the ninth Stuttgart Animation Festival which took place from April 3 through April 8, 1998 in Stuttgart, Germany.
Buzz Potamkin reviews two new books: What Kids Buy and Why: The Psychology of Marketing to Kids by Dan S. Acuff and The Business of Children's Entertainment by Norma Odom Pecora.
Mark Segall reviews Manga Entertainment's debut theatrical compilation of short animated films, General Chaos: Uncensored Animation
Independent animator John R. Dilworth describes his experiences as a preselection committee member for the 1998 Zagreb Festival of Animated Films.
Wendy Jackson reviews the 1998 book Anima Animus Animation, a collection of creative works by the Czech surrealist filmmaker Jan Svankmajer and painter Eva Svankmajerov.
Marcy Gardner reviews the short, animated film The Blue Shoe, by FableVision's Peter Reynolds. This film is guaranteed to soften even the hardest heart.
Compte-rendu de l edition 1998 du Festival du Dessin Anime et du Film D Animation de Bruxelles, par Valerie Hamon-Rivoallon. Article propose en francais et en anglais.
When television's number one rated toddlers hit the road with Rugrats: A Live Adventure, Animation World sent Ron MacFarlane to see Nickelodeon's stage show.
Anne-Marie Meissonnier describes The International Content Market for Interactive Media's (MILIA) main topics in "MILIA 1998: The Key Points," available in French and English.
What makes a show or character a cult craze? Dominic Schreiber investigates the similarities, from South Park to SpeedRacer.
Film preservationist Jere Guldin highlights the holdings of the largest university-based media archive in the United States. With over 200,000 select holdings, the UCLA Film and Television Archive in Los Angeles is a gem.
An article by Christian Coppin describing his experiences with an animated film project about drug awareness that links Bolivia with Europe. The project was completed with Belgium's Atelier Graphoui, an animation studio that works on pro-social projects.
Are animation and multimedia producers really learning to work together? Deborah Todd gives us the lowdown of what happened at the 1998 International Content Market for Interactive Media (MILIA) in MILIA 1998: Towards Convergence?