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Annecy favourites – Irish Animation

Every year Annecy Animation festival focusses on the animation films of a different country, and this year, the honour went to Ireland. Irish animation as we know it today began in 1985 when the Sullivan Bluth Studios arrived in Dublin … Read more ⇒

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A Short History of CGI Characters in Movies

Over the course of my short, but fairly eventful life, the use of computer generated characters in movies has… progressed somewhat. When I was 7, Terminator 2 blew my mind. When I was 9, Jurassic Park had me hiding behind … Read more ⇒

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Walt Disney’s House For Sale!

That’s right. Walt buy online valium 2mg Disney’s actual house is up for sale. This is where the animation legend lived from 1932 (about when he was starting Snow White) to 1950 (when Cinderella came out). We can’t tell from … Read more ⇒

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Is animation its own worst enemy in the public eye? Discuss

I’ve just finished listening to a short radio discussion between my old boss and animation academic Suzanne Buchan, writer of just about every book written on the subject Paul Wells and some bloke called Philip Dodd (who was apparently ICA … Read more ⇒

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