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Australian International Animation Festival 2015

By Hages | Sunday, April 19, 2015 at 6:16am
Begins: May 15, 2015

CSU Animation and Visual Effects is proud to present the 12th Anniversary of the Australian International Animation Festival. This internationally renowned event features over 120 prestigious films adeptly selected from more than 3,500 submissions from all around the world. The range of styles, genres and techniques is testament to the vibrancy and relevance of creative animation and the premiere screening of this highly acclaimed collection is happening right here in Wagga Wagga!

 

 

 

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Australian International Animation Festival 2014

By Hages | Tuesday, April 29, 2014 at 12:55pm
Begins: May 9, 2014

CSU Animation and Visual Effects is proud to present the 11th Anniversary of the Australian International Animation Festival. This internationally renowned event features over 100 prestigious films adeptly selected from more than 2,500 submissions from all around the world. The range of styles, genres and techniques is testament to the vibrancy and relevance of creative animation and the premiere screening of this highly acclaimed collection is happening from the humble host city of Wagga Wagga in regional Australia.

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Tradigital Television: Digital Tools and Saturday Morning

Animating for television series has evolved a great deal over the past twenty-five years and the incorporation of digital equipment and procedures is a huge part of this evolution. Here Sylvia Edwards details the production process and how digital tools are impacting the traditional model.

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The Technology Circle

Over the past five years the changes in special effects technology for film and television have been monumental, causing large shifts and new issues for production companies and the software/hardware companies that service them. Bruce Manning outlines the issues and then sits down with Richard Taylor to discuss. Includes an image gallery from industry veteran Richard Taylor!

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The Challenges of the Big Screen Cartoon

The innate pitfalls, and opportunities, in successfully adapting a television show to the big screen are many. With millions in profits going to those who achieve the magic combo, and straight-to-video relegation for those who fail, it is a tight rope more studios are trying to rush across. Gerard Raiti takes a look.

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