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#244 November 2014

November ’14 Highlights – Issue 244 A Tome of Vim and Vigor The Book of Life director Jorge R. Gutierrez is as enthusiastic a fan of animation as you can imagine, and like ... Continue Reading →
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#243 October 2014

October ’14 Highlights – Issue 243 Friends in Low Places LAIKA sculpts two contrasting worlds to explore notions of family and identity in The Boxtrolls. Growth Spurt Canada’s ... Continue Reading →
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#242 August/September 2014

August/September ’14 Highlights – Issue 242 Mutated Tech Brings Laughs, Action to Turtles ILM mashes up motion-capture and animation in new ways to live up to the mix of ... Continue Reading →
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#241 July 2014

July ’14 Highlights – Issue 241 Burning Brightly DisneyToon Studios does its homework to make Planes: Fire & Rescue a theatrical release worthy of real-life firefighters’ ... Continue Reading →
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#240 June 2014

June ’14 Highlights – Issue 240 Building Up to Epic Writer-director Dean DeBlois steers into trilogy territory on a large scale with How to Train Your Dragon 2. Bending ... Continue Reading →
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#239 April/May 2014

April/May ’14 Highlights – Issue 239 Return to Rio Director Carlos Saldanha and Blue Sky Studio fly Blu, Jewel and friends into the unknown territory of the Amazon in Rio ... Continue Reading →
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#238 March 2014

March ’14 Highlights – Issue 238 The Past Ain’t What it Used to Be! How Rob Minkoff and his team at DreamWorks assembled a shiny, new version of Jay Ward’s ... Continue Reading →
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#237 February 2014

February ’14 Highlights – Issue 237 There Be a Cunning Dragon! Joe Letteri, the Oscar-nominated vfx supervisor of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, discusses the fine ... Continue Reading →
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#236 January 2014

January ’14 Highlights – Issue 236 Miyazaki’s Magnificent Coda The Japanese master’s final feature, The Wind Rises, is a beautiful, mature work of art as well ... Continue Reading →
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#235 December 2013

December ’13 Highlights – Issue 235 Disney on Ice Frozen, the studio’s 53rd animated feature, puts a modern spin on the classic Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale. ... Continue Reading →