Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Man’s World.

(the “Generation Y. Interview 2” is coming next week) If there is such a thing as pure man’s world then my new studio is located in one. First, to get to the location you have to dodge enormous trucks hauling … Continue reading

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Meet the Team: Generation Y. Interview 1.

Making a feature film is a collaborative process. Even if you managed to write, direct, design, animate everything, you may not be able to do sound design, or compose a piece of music. It is more fun yet more chellenging … Continue reading

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Research.

I was reading a book the other day. An old book, from 1991 – John’s Grisham’s “The Firm”. I won’t mention the shallow sexist fantasies this book promotes, nor the vapid, materialistic values the main (good) characters manifest. Nor I … Continue reading

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Kodak Moment gets Animated.

Everybody has experienced their own Kodak Moment. Even Kodak itself, when once a year it hosts Focus on Animation program. Yesterday with the efforts of Kodak’s Anne Hubbell and Susan Selig this special program had taken place for the eighth … Continue reading

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Making of a Puppet.

When one declares that her new film is a mix of stop motion and drawn animation she must follow that recipe or risk riots of revolting audiences. One day I scratched my head and thought: – Why draw everything? Why … Continue reading

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