Issue 6 – Autumn 1983 The ANIMA Report From Animator’s Association Chairman David Jefferson. Beginner’s View – filming the cels Annecy Animation Festival – the historical background Chris Krupa begins a two part article with the background to this French animation festival. The Shadows Move – the 1940s Ken Clark continues the story of British… Read More »
Autumn 1983 Issue Number 6.
From Animator’s Association Chairman David Jefferson. The ANIMA Festival seems to be shaping tip into a really good event. There are lots of entries of new films plus an invited selection of the award winning films that have been written about in the pages of Animators Newsletter. The Festival takes place in London on Sept.… Read More »
I spent an anxious week waiting for my Agfa 40 Moviechrome film to be returned.
You have to correct a yellow cast with a blue filter so I bought 3 from the Cokin range.
My camera has an electronic release (remote control) so there is little vibration when I press the release.
Chris Krupa begins a two part article with the background to the Festival.
Annecy has held fourteen festivals of animated films from small beginnings in the l960s to the important occasion it has now become.
An international panel had viewed all the films which had been entered for the competition and because of the large number of films submitted, they had divided the films into three categories.
Another new idea this year was a display of film making equipment. Britain was well represented amongst the manufacturers who included Neilson-Hordell with a video rostrum.