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Gondry’s Animated Chomsky Movie Opens Friday

Tomorrow marks the debut of an indie animated picture that has been flying under the radar in recent weeks. The animated documentary Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy?, is a DIY project ... Continue Reading →
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‘Cats & Dogs’ Helmer Takes on CG ‘Bremen Town’

Luxor Entertainment has revealed that Lawrence Guterman, who directed the 2001 live-action/CG hybrid flick Cats & Dogs and 2005′s Son of the Mask, has scripted and will be ... Continue Reading →
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Hot Clip: Ghibli’s ‘Tale of the Bamboo Cutter’

While U.S. audiences are just beginning to get familiar with Hayao Miyazaki’s The Wind Rises as it’s playing in limited release to qualify for the Oscars, another Studio ... Continue Reading →
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The Animated Feature Contenders

Although some naysayers were complaining about the quality of the animated features in contention this year, how can you really be grumpy about a year that had a wonderful 2D animated ... Continue Reading →
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The Animated Short List

In early November, the Academy unveiled the ten short films that qualified to run in the Best Animated Short race. Surprisingly, Pixar’s Blue Umbrella didn’t make the cut–but ... Continue Reading →
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The World of ‘Ernest & Celestine’

Director Benjamin Renner discusses the making of his beautifully ... Continue Reading →
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‘Khumba’ Earns Its Stripes

The scoop on South African indie Triggerfish’s second feature. You don’t have to ... Continue Reading →
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Plympton Goes Noir

The ... Continue Reading →
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Mickey’s Fantastic 3-D Comeback

How director Lauren MacMullan and her team crafted the wonderful new Mickey Mouse short, showcasing a remarkable marriage of 2D and ... Continue Reading →
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South African Studio Triggerfish Announces More Pics

South Africa’s Triggerfish Animation Studios has received development funding to develop the first two projects in a slate of five movies, says The Hollywood Reporter. The Cape ... Continue Reading →