Bill Fleming reviews Ben de Leeuw's Digital Cinematography, a book that discusses the art of storytelling in 3-D computer animation.
Joy Kennelly highlights the different events of the World Animation Celebration which will be held in Pasadena, California February 16-21.
Heather Kenyon reports on NATPE 1998's animated shows and the attending companies' goals. It's not just a syndicator's show anymore.
Mark Langer reviews Karl Cohen's new book, Forbidden Animation: Censored Cartoons and Blacklisted Animators in America, a catalogue of censorship.
One of Italy's most popular festivals took on a serious subject this year. Chiara Magri offers her insight.
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?
What can we do to gain some much needed perspective on the dizzying worlds of digital entertainment? For starters, there's a book we need to read, says Dan Sarto.
John Parazette-Tillar takes us to the Digital Video Conference and Exposition, where he leads us through the classes and shows us what's new.
Emru Townsend reviews Joyce Borenstein's new film that captures the pain of divorce through children's eyes by using both live-action and animation footage.
Joe Toledo reviews The Simpsons: A Complete Guide to our Favorite Family which details every fact of Simpson trivia known to man - plus some!
Edgar Dutka details one of his favorite places; the permanent exhibition of Czech animated film at the Kratochvile Castle.
Why is the Sony PlayStation becoming the most popular home gaming console? Joseph Szadkowski sheds light on their shrewd, and simple, business plan.
Don Perro reviews Un Jour, Marie Paccou's latest film about a woman who wakes up with a man in her belly.
Pilot Daniel Rein applies his knowledge from both the Air Force and the commercial airlines business, to his top flight simulator game picks.
Judith Cockman reviews the good, the bad and the brilliant of four new computer animation home video titles released by Sony Music Video.
At last, Anastasia is here with great results. Harvey Deneroff reviews Fox Family Entertainment's first animated feature.
Production cels, limited editions, sericels, lithographs ... confused? Steven Grossfeld explains all, while also offering valuable buyer tips.
George Johnston reports on the numerous direct-to-video projects that are underway and discusses the many positive aspects of this lucrative market.
Warner Bros. animation art collectors now have a book to call their own. Heidi Leigh reviews this new work by Jerry Beck and Will Friedwald.