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The Magnificent Seven: Guard Dog Global Jammers at New Media Film Festival Premiere

How was it like to meet “virtual” collaborators on the award-winning animation short “Guard Dog Global Jam” for the first time at the film’s Los Angeles premiere? Exciting and “Perrific!” On May 20, 2011, seven animators from the film came to the New Media Film Festival to watch the film open the festival to an enthusiastic crowd who cheered and laughed during the screening. The animators are: Ansar Sattar, Alta Berri, Grey Wears, Jessica Bayliss, Larry Loc, Linda Lee, and Perry Chen.

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Toy or Dragon? That’s a Tough Choice – Perry’s Previews Animation Oscar Predictions & Director Interviews

By Perry Chen | Sunday, February 27, 2011 at 1:33pm

Perry Chen shares his Oscar predictions, plus video interviews with nominated directors and the Oscar symposium.

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San Diego Asian Film Festival Review - Animation: The Illusion of Life

By Perry Chen | Friday, November 5, 2010 at 7:07am

Which type of films do you like better, animation or live action? If you are an adult, you’ll probably say live action, but “Animation: The Illusion of Life” aims to change that! It has much of the same themes as live action films, except with more humor, clever storyline, imagination, and fantastic music to match.

Chen VFXWorld

'Night' Turns to 'Battle of the Smithsonian'

Three years ago, the first Night at the Museum turned to Rhythm & Hues to create its fantastical CG characters. From a playful T. Rex skeleton to talking Easter Island heads, the crew was charged with the responsibility of bringing the exhibits of New York's American Museum of Natural History to life after hours. Now, with the sequel, Battle of the Smithsonian, the plot expands to include the entire Smithsonian in Washington D.C. and Rhythm & Hues has returned to significantly up the stakes.

Chen Headline News

Yan Chen Assumes Supervisory Role on Imagi's Astro Boy

Imagi Animation Studios today announced the appointment of Yan Chen as Lead CG Supervisor on the feature film ASTRO BOY. Chen comes to Imagi with over ten years of experience at Hollywood studios, including Disney and DreamWorks Animation, and a list of credits that includes DINOSAUR, TREASURE PLANET, THE MATRIX, RELOADED, SHARK TALE and EVERYONE'S HERO.