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Merry Summer Solstice!

Dark Shadows of Economic Meltdown, Global Warming and Personal Worries are waving their ugly arms at us again. Will they win? Will they grasp our warm hearts and squeeze the living juices out of them? Once a year Sunlight beats … Continue reading

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Puppets in Motion.

The simple rule of life is that chickens come to roost and puppets get to move. It sometimes takes a long time for immobile puppets finally get it, the reason why they were created, and move to their destined spotlight. … Continue reading

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Generation X: Where did we come from?

Few weeks ago I asked questions to my Team – Generation Y. Now the Generation Y strikes back with their own questions to me. Wendy Zhao, the project’s production manager, editor, compositor, art assistant and a, accomplished artist of her own … Continue reading

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Meet the Team: Generation Y. Interview 2.

Remember the mumblecore indie darling from 2010 “Tiny Furniture” by Lena Dunham? Everybody was up on their hind legs, waiving their arms, getting in lines to see the film. – This is the voice of the Generation Y! – the film critics … 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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Fundraising. Story 5.

But there is money around! I see it floating above me like unreachable clouds or below me like mines full of gold inaccessible to my humble digging skills. I see political campaigns produce no tangible objects except for hate and … Continue reading

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Fundraising. Story 2.

(continued) What is driving an artist to betray his/her creature comforts and set out to do tedious, backbreaking work at his/her own expense, receiving an acknowledgment and rarely a recognition by only a very limited audience? It took me three … Continue reading

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