Monthly Archives: October 2012

Toronto Adventure.

There are adventures to be had, all over the world. Why not one in Toronto? Long time ago, in March 2011,  Patrick Jenkins suggested to Toronto Animated Image Society (TAIS)  to invite me to present my work. Everybody was excited but it … Continue reading

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Woodstock Film Festival 2012.

One of my favorite festivals is Woodstock Film Festival – not because it takes place in the town that people only half appropriately call Hippie Capital of the World, but because it is run by wonderful movie-loving experts. Actually, the … Continue reading

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Depression Question: Ivey.

Animators are an interesting breed – on one hand we are artists (we create something out of nothing, we draw, we color) but on the other hand in order to succeed we have to have a personality of an accountant … Continue reading

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Trailer!

A trailer for a film is supposed to tease a potential viewer with delicious little bits without giving away the whole film. A very common industry’s mantra is “a trailer’s task is to sell the film”. But how does a … Continue reading

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