About a year ago, the Lucerne School of Art and Design, in Lucerne, Switzerland, put on its first Lucerne Animation Academy (LIAA). The four-day event was publicized as a “a great opportunity for people from theory and practice to meet and share their views on the characteristics of dramaturgy in animation films, in all its [...]
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December 9th, 2010 · No Comments · Animation conferences, Filmmakers, Music and film, Screenwriting
April 25th, 2009 · No Comments · Animation studios, Music and film
Jerry Beck has this fascinating item at Cartoon Research on Yip Harburg and his work at the Fleischer Studios in the early days of talking pictures. Harburg, of course, was one of America’s finest lyricists, whose work includes the words for two of the most memorable songs of the Great Depression — “Brother, Can You [...]