#264 November 2016

Issue #264 November 2016

Issue #264 November 2016

Impromptu Delivery
The makers of Warner Bros. Animation’s Storks tapped into the improv skills of its voice actors and animators to  nd the right tone.

Finishing Strong
First-time director Rémi Chayé and his French-Danish crew took the time to get the story and look just right for potential awards contender Long Way North.

An Artist Restored
Keiichi Hara’s newly imported anime feature Miss Hokusai finds drama in the story behind one of Japan’s most-famous images.

Engaging the Target
The makers of Tower use animation to ground and make immediate their portrayal of America’s infamous  rst school shooting 50 years ago at the University of Texas.

Upholding the Law
Phineas and Ferb creators Dan Povenmire and Jeff “Swampy” Marsh return with new Disney XD series called Milo Murphy’s Law, about optimism in the face of disaster.

10 Toons Not to Miss at MIPCOM
A look at the fresh shows coming to the MIPCOM market and poised to take on the world’s airwaves.

Building a Better Studio
France’s TeamTO has in 10 years exceeded its founders’ expectations with a solid track record of TV hits, an animated feature, and more to come.

Toons Get Trendy
Fashion high on the agenda at Brand Licensing Europe as animation-inspired couture is paying off for licensors and retailers of all shapes and sizes.

Delivering Superheroic VFX Images
How the VFX supervisor of Supergirl, Arrow, The Flash and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow delivers weekly otherworldly shots for The CW.