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Leandro Copperfield created this wonderful tribute to the beautiful films of Pixar. He writes: Pixar’s films have always been very important in my life. I was 6 years old when I watched Toy Story the first time, and his films made my childhood more happy. So this video is a personal tribute for, in my [...]

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The cartooning and animation communities recently banned together to help the family of Tim Hodge, a former Disney animator and a writer and director on the very popular Veggie Tales series. I don’t know Tim personally, but being a big fan of animation, and a HUGE Veggie Tales fan, his work has influenced me greatly [...]

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There are few relationships as scary as that of a Sonic the Hedgehog fan and his Sega Genesis. As proof of this, a devoted sonic fan is attempting to create a feature-length fan film. The following is a trailer developed to raise capital for the film: Some choice quotes about the film: I’m planning on [...]

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Brad Bird speaks on Fostering Innovation and stimulating creativity. I said, “Give us the black sheep. I want artists who are frustrated. I want the ones who have another way of doing things that nobody’s listening to. Give us all the guys who are probably headed out the door.” What are you still doing here? [...]

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Disney is soon to be releasing a new film entitled: The Princess and The Frog. It is a gorgeous looking film which marks Disney’s triumphant return to traditional animation. And while that should be the focus of media attention, it appears that more and more stories are popping up around the topic of the African-American [...]

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Via: Poe News

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A fantastic video mashup for those who like their Wall-E films with a little more drama.

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Pixar released a new trailer for UP! and it is fantastic. The “Squirrel Moment” had my wife and I laughing so hard and apparently it is a re-occurring joke in the film. The first trailer did little to get people excited for this movie. Apparently an old guy floating around in the sky wasn’t cutting [...]

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CGSociety has a great article which describes the unique process the filmmakers under took to create the beautiful film Coraline. Perhaps one of the most interesting innovations was that the replacement heads for each character were created on a 3-D printer. It is actually a very odd yet wonderful concept. A characters head is created [...]

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On this weeks show I am joined by Dave Rogers. (@deddoc) Dave is a freelance artist who is helping to create some of the more complex effects on the film. He joins me to discuss the merits of Wall-E and Kung-Fu Panda. Listen as I awkwardly fumble for the words to explain why I feel [...]

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