Category Archives: # 7 Winter 1983

Issue 7 – Index of selected articles

Issue 7 – Winter 1983 Australian animation in the 1970s Bob Hanlon looks at the Australian animation scene. Introducing a new Visual Language John Halas talks about the future of computer animation. What is ASIFA All about this association for professional animators. Edinburgh Film Festival 1983 Neil Carstairs reports on the animation section. The Shadows… Read More »

Australian animation in the 1970s

A lot has been written about the recent Australian cinema “breakthrough” (as we like to call it). In the early ‘70’s the Australian Government offered attractive incentives to film investors who suddenly found it a worthwhile proposition to make feature-length films in Australia, and about Australians.

Australian animation in the 1970s

Yoram Gross, an Israeli born animator, who immigrated to Australia after founding an important puppet animation studio in Israel, has produced a considerable number of successes.

What is ASIFA

ASIFA was formed in 1960 by a group of professional animators to co-ordinate and further the interest of this dynamic medium.