Greg Singer muses on the contribution of the animation community in promoting themes of peace and cooperation, as exemplified in films such as Azur and Asmar, The Iron Giant and the Hiroshima International Animation Festival.
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Japanese director Satoshi Kon sat down with Greg Singer to discuss the making of his latest animated feature, Paprika.
Pixar directors, writers and artists shared their storytelling experience and expertise during a series of keynote talks and panel discussions as part of Screenwriting Expo 5, sponsored by Creative Screenwriting Magazine. In this brief overview of the all-day seminar, Greg Singer reports how Pixar manages to capture lightning in a bottle.
Greg Singer sat down with Drew Carey in October of last year to discuss his experience of creating Drew Careys Green Screen Show.
Animators and educators celebrate the diversity of animation at Anima 05, the third edition of the biennial animation festival in Cdoba, Argentina, with special guests Caroline Leaf, Giannalberto Bendazzi and Walter Tournier, among others. Greg Singer reports on the general state of animation education and production in Argentina.
Janet Hetherington takes a look at why graphic novels are leaping from comic shops and bookstore shelves to big screens across North America and beyond.
Greg Singer reports on the profitable business of producing animated features for the home entertainment marketplace in the U.S.
With friendly new additions to the Hundred Acre Wood in Poohs Heffalump Movie, Greg Singer reports that the demise of hand-drawn animation has been exaggerated.
Greg Singer speaks with Cartoon Network, Atomic Cartoons, Augenblick Studios, Six Point Harness, indie animators Michel Gagnand Jayson Thiesson, Sandro Corsaro and Cliff Parrott, authors of the new book, Hollywood 2D Digital Animation, to learn how they make Flash animation look so good.
Animator Joanna Priestley celebrates 20 years of innovation, imagination and squiggly lines with the recent release of her two-disc DVD anthology, Fighting Gravity and Relative Orbits.
Anime expert Fred Patten reviews the latest anime releases including Gravion, Magical Play: The Complete Collection, Miami Guns, Shootfighter Tekken and Wolfs Rain.
In this third installment, Greg Singer provides an overview of the technical workflow and challenges of the Green Screen Show production.
In this second installment, Greg Singer speaks with animation directors of the Green Screen Show to learn how they are integrating animation with the show's live-action improv.
In this first installment, Greg Singer walks the beat of the Green Screen Show to witness the blood, sweat and tears in bringing the new television series combining live action and animation to life.
Greg Singer visits the biennial Animafest in Zagreb, Croatia to see what all the excitement is about.
Greg Singer speaks with Softimage, authorized training centers and others to learn about the educational push to bring XSI to a wider creative community.
Chris Landreth discusses with Greg Singer many of the artistic and personal issues that have made Ryan such an acclaimed short on the festival circuit this year.
Greg Singer speaks with The Animation Guild, Rhythm & Hues and DreamWorks to see how 2D traditional artists are training for the new 3D/CG economy.