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Animation Magazine – #291 June/July 2019

Animation Magazine - #291 June/July 2019

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Animation Magazine – #291 June/July 2019

Animation Magazine - #291 June/July 2019

Animation Magazine – #291 June/July 2019

June/July 2019
Issue No. 291

The Cowboy and the Shepherdess
Find out all the details of Disney/Pixar’s summer blockbuster Toy Story 4.

A Paw-sitively Perfect Second Act
The Illumination team takes the beloved Secret Life of Pets characters to a new territory in the much- anticipated summer sequel.

Leaving the Homeland
The upcoming European 2D-animated feature The Crossing takes a poetic look at the saga of immigration.

The Journey of an Amputated Hand
Producer Marc du Pontavice and director Jérémy Clapin reveal a few things about Xilam’s gripping new movie, I Lost My Body.

Discovering a New World of 2D Animation
Director Sergio Pablos offers a sneak peek at his much- anticipated 2D feature Klaus, which premieres on Netflix in December.

All About a Most Unusual Family
Director Kris Pearn gives us the scoop on his very original animated movie The Willoughbys.

Spotlight: Annecy Festival
Discover some of the highlights, best animated shorts and events of Annecy 2019.

Moonstruck
Dreamworks Animation’s latest short Marooned sails to Annecy.

Cyber Group Launches Gigantic Plans for Gigantosaurus
The Paris-based studio is developing a new CG- animated feature based on the hit TV property.

10 Questions for: Locksmith Animation’s Sarah Smith and Julie Lockhart
This month, we had a chance to chat with the founders of London- based studio Locksmith Animation, which specializes in making CG-animated family films.

Territory Report: Japan
Key players in the Japanese animation market discuss recent hits and growth strategies for the near future.

The Perfect Leap
How Amphibia creator Matt Braly conceived his own magical show for Disney Channel.

Revenge of the Old School Toons
Carl Jones and Brian Ash return to Toon Town with a fun new Fuse TV show called Sugar and Toys.

Bardel Studio Spotlight
At 31, Bardel Animation continues to impress by providing its comprehensive soup-to-nuts approach to 2D and CG animation clients.

An Animation and Real-Life Crossover
CG pioneers push the VR envelope at Tribeca, Annecy and other major global festivals.

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