Mark Ramshaw reports back regarding the impressive work being done in commercials and music video in the U.K.
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Greg Singer examines the business considerations for acquiring, marketing and distributing adult-oriented animated features in North America.
Greg Singer reviews five short films fresh from the festival circuit: Henrys Garden by Moon Seun, The Polar Bears by Pierre Coffin, Terra by Aristomenis Tsirbas, Eat Your Peas by Paul Hargrave, and Love is a Bullet in the Heart by Diego Alvarez. Includes QuickTime movie clips!
Greg Singer reviews five short films fresh from the festival circuit: Last Rumba in Rochdale by John Chorlton, Little Numba by Daniele Lunghini and Diego Zuelli, The Fall by Burak Sahin, Escapism by Avi Ofer and Dollsville by John Wray. Includes QuickTime movie clips!
Greg Singer reviews five short films fresh from the festival circuit: Originated by Descent by Jung Eun Lee, Shaved Monkey by Thor Adam Goodall, 7 Cats by Laura di Trapani, Cameras Take Five by Steven Woloshen and Ananda by Mike Smith. Includes QuickTime movie clips!
Greg Singer takes a look at how director Robert Rodriguez pulls off the fancy fun of his latest family film, Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over.
The Lord of the Rings' Gollum is one of the most talked about performances of the year. Greg Singer goes behind the scenes with the Weta crew to see how they brought this pathetic creature to life over the course of three years.
Building on their earlier achievements, the creature and visual effects teams of Weta, Ltd. are bringing to life The Lord of the Rings trilogy with work that is blowing the industry away and garnering awards at every turn. Greg Singer reports.
If it makes you feel better to bring a child to the theater as an excuse to see The Wild Thornberrys Movie, you won't be disappointed. Klasky-Csupo delivers solid family entertainment in its ongoing balancing act of art and heart.
The Producers Guild of America's New Media Council recently put together a panel of industry heavy hitters to discuss Producing Animation in the 21st Century. Greg Singer was there to take down the details
Gregory Singer sits down with industry veteran Frank Gladstone and learns that it isn't all gloom and doom when facing a career in today's market. The trick is to be flexible.
In building a more personal, varied animation future, Greg Singer offers perspective for collaborating online.
Greg Singer visited this year's Game Developers Conference and reports on the breadth of events and insights. From testing out the latest games to discussions of Wittgenstein as a means for simulating sophisticated social activity among game characters, there was something for everyone.
It is said that love is the mythology that two people create together. At Weta, Ltd., in New Zealand, it is love at first byte.
Richard Linklater's latest film has caused quite a stir in the animation community. Is it really animated? Why is it "animated?" Is this just what the animated feature world needs or a sneaky imposter?
SilverTech isn't just eKIDS. Forging into the realm of secure Web transactions, the company is just beginning by conquering the sensitive kids online issue that has foiled many others. Gregory Singer reports. Includes sample Flash animations!
Flinch Studio is turning heads with such beloved hits as Stainboy. Gregory Singer takes a closer look at this intensely Flash-loving group that walks the careful line between business and art.