Category Archives: #29 Spring 1992

Issue 29 – Index of selected articles

Sheila Graber on her conversion to computer animation From Darkness to Light or from Super 8 to Super-Nova. Read more… Annecy Animation Festival 1991 The Annecy Animation Festival is the most spectacular event on the European animation calendar. David Jefferson went along for Animator magazine. Read more… Annecy Festival 1991 – The Golden Cartoon The… Read More »

Annecy Animation Festival 1991

The Annecy Animation Festival is the most spectacular event on the European animation calendar. David Jefferson went along for Animator magazine. The biannual animation festival had outgrown its Bonlieu Centre location and in 1991 was split in two. The artistic side remained at the Bonlieu and the business side was a bus ride away at… Read More »

Annecy Animation Festival 1991 – Page 2

Paul worked with Richard Purdom in London for eight years and learned a lot about animation by doing that specific kind of work. “I feel I have got to get into another area now, storytelling or movie-making,” said Paul. “Animation in advertising is not really movie-making, it concentrates on getting the message across.” Fortunately Richard… Read More »

Annecy Festival 1991 – The Golden Cartoon

The films competing for the Golden Cartoon must have gained awards at one of eight European festivals. Report by David Jefferson. Films selected to compete for the Golden Cartoon must have won major awards at one or more of the eight most important European animation festivals: Annecy, Brussels, Cardiff, Espinho, Stuttgart, Treviso, Utrecht and Zagreb.… Read More »

Is there a future in short animated fiction?

A seminar held at the Annecy Animation Festival addressed the question of the future of the short animated fiction film in the light of the many political and economic changes taking place in the world today. David Jefferson reports. Panel: Eduard Nazarov, Russia Giulio Gianini, Italy Bill Plympton, USA Raoul Servais, Belgium Robert Basler, Spain… Read More »