When Jean Pascal Princiaux's film, Icebergclub, screened at the 2002 International Animated Film Festival at Annecy, the crowd went wild. Find out why in this interview with the filmmaker by Annick Teninge.
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Annick Teninge looks into the two seemingly disparate genres that come together during Germany's Leipzig Festival.
Annick Teninge profiles Sparx*, one of France's leading CG studios that seems to be following in the path of the U.S. majors -- turning commercial and service work success into short film success and then moving into the feature realm.
Far away from the buzzing SIGGRAPH floor is the art gallery where high tech meets fine art. Annick Teninge reports on this fascinating realm.
Affiliate animation director Stephen X. Arthur's :15 television commercial can now be played as a QuickTime...
Hacienda Heights, California's Black Orb is looking for a 2D CHARACTER DESIGNER to work on a CG animated feature (this is a non-paying job)...An Oxfordshire, England-based company is looking for a GAMES PROGRAMMER with excellent knowledge of C/C++ on PC or PS2...Bangalore, Karnataka, India's Mindsphere Technologies, a software developer and provider of key technologies, is looking for a CONSULTANT...Rome, Italy's Scorpion Systems is looking for a COMPOSITOR, specializing in AE, Commotion, Combustion, Inferno and more.
Each week, Animation World Magazine offers new articles, special features and theme-based coverage of the art, craft and industry of animation. New this week:
- The Career Coach: Jobs In A Visual Effects House -- DefinedThe final part of a three part series that describes the steps involved in different specialties of visual effects production, the specific skills required for each specialty, as well as what the studios are looking for in a portfolio and demo reel.
Aleksandra Korejwo Screening and Silent Auction: Saturday, September 29, 2001, Hollywood, California USA. ACME Filmworks, ASIFA-Hollywood and Women In Animation present a silent auction of original storyboard pastels and paintings and a screening of six animated shorts by Aleksandra Korejwo. Polish director Aleksandra Korejwos unique style of animation is achieved by using colored salts that are manipulated with the use of a condor feather. Each frame of animation art measures 30 x 24 inches and is rendered and shot on 1s under the top lit Oxberry camera.
From Dangermouse to Bill & Ben: Wednesday, August 01, 2001 - Tuesday, January 15, 2002, Manchester, England. An exhibition celebrating twenty five years of Cosgrove Hall Films From Dangermouse to Bill & Ben runs until January 15th in Artworks, the interactive gallery, The Lowry Centre, Salford Quays, Manchester, England. Entrance Fee: Adults £3.75; Concessions £3.25; Family Tickets £10.00. Open Daily from 10am until 6pm Summer and Half Term Holidays. Term time Mon Fri until 4pm, Sat/Sun until 5.30 pm. For Further details call 0161 876 2000.
FAN International Animation Festival: Thursday, October 25 - Sunday, October 28, 2001, Norwich, Norfolk UK. Animation lovers can look forward to four days of film fun from 25 - 28 October 2001 in the form of FAN International Animation Festival!
Plympton's new series of comics is extracted from the comic book "Polls Apart - How To Tell A Democrat From A Republican," by Kathy Paton & Bill Plympton...
This week's updates to the Calendar of Events include: From Dangermouse to Bill & Ben: Wednesday, August 01, 2001 - Tuesday, January 15, 2002, Manchester, England; Aleksandra Korejwo - Screening and Silent Auction: Saturday, September 29, 2001, Hollywood, California USA; FAN International Animation Festival: Thursday, October 25 - Sunday, October 28, 2001, Norwich, Norfolk UK; Big Apple Anime Fest: Friday, October 26 - Sunday, October 28, 2001, New York, New York USA; Animation Workout, Mary Ellen Lord, Guest Director: Tuesday, November 20, 2001,
Affiliate animator Linda Kudzmas' short, "Five Little Monkeys", has been accepted in the Chicago International Children's Film Festival...
ACME Filmworks, ASIFA-Hollywood and Women In Animation present a silent auction of original storyboard pastels and paintings and a screening of six animated shorts by Aleksandra Korejwo. Polish director Aleksandra Korejwo's unique style of animation is achieved by using colored salts that are manipulated with the use of a condor feather. A demonstration of this animation method will be presented. This is Aleksandra's debut screening of her collection of films and first art exhibition in the United States.
SAFO, the Ottawa International Student Animation Festival (October 18-21, 2001) has updated their Website with new pass and ticket information...
Animation World Network has moved into beautiful new offices in Hollywood. Our new contact information is 6525 Sunset Blvd. Garden Suite 10, Los Angeles, CA 90028. Phone: (323) 464-7805 Fax: (323) 466-6619. All our e-mail addresses remain the same.
DC Independent Film Festival: Wednesday, March 06 - Sunday, March 10, 2002, Washington, DC USA. Entry Deadline: Saturday, September 15, 2001. The DC Independent Film Festival (DCIFF) and Market works to fuse the production community by hosting filmmakers, distributors and sponsors and others from the film and telecommunication community in a yearly festival for the categories of features, documentaries and shorts. Hosted in Washington, DC, the DC Independent Film Festival & Market is an opportunity for local and national filmmakers to showcase their work.