#271 – June-July 2017

Animation Magazine #271 - June-July 2017

Animation Magazine #271 – June-July 2017

A Serious Turn
Lightning McQueen faces his most existential moment yet as Pixar again ramps up the realism and emotional stakes for Cars 3.

A Kids’ Eye View
DreamWorks Animation lets its inner child run wild in bringing the Captain Underpants children’s books to the big screen.

Animation sans frontières
Annecy once again opens its arms to a global showcase of the very best artistic and commercial achievements from a rapidly-growing, ever-evolving art form.

A View of Tomorrow
Attending the Annecy festival and MIFA are especially important this year for Cyber Group Studios, according to its CEO and chairman, Pierre Sissmann.

Our Best and Brightest
The Animation Magazine Hall of Fame Awards re ect the hard work, creativity and public spirit the icons of animation and VFX display in their careers and in their lives.

30 Years, 30 Great Anime Titles
Japan’s animation output is proli c and essential, full of a world’s worth of the most diverse and noteworthy movies and TV shows anywhere on Earth.

Ego and Groot
The living planet and the baby version of everyone’s favorite tree alien demonstrate the care and attention put into Marvel Studios’ Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2.

Out-of-This-World Scares
Legendary filmmaker Ridley Scott hones the use of cutting-edge effects to give moviegoers a real scare in Alien: Covenant.

Heroes with Quirks
Anime series creators  nd a hit bringing a personal view to the superhero genre in adapting the manga sensation My Hero Academia for TV.