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'Life is Beautiful' - Ben Brand
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Saturday, 19 April 2014 18:31

Indeed it is! Check out 'Life is Beautiful' - a CG animated short produced with support from the canadian pharmacy levitra prescription Netherlands Film Fund. Directed by Ben Brand and backed up by many talented individuals, it premiered in competition at the Netherlands Film Festival 2013 in Utrecht. Now it's available online for all to http://www.markwellgroup.com.au/best-prices-for-viagra watch and enjoy...

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'Lost Treasure Hunt' - Kickstarter - May 11 2014
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Thursday, 17 April 2014 19:29

History education is buy levitra generic getting a boost from some of it's cool viagra soft generic the filmmakers who brought you animated films such as Shrek, The Iron Giant, and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs. "Lost Treasure Hunt" is a ground breaking new television series, exploring historical topics by mixing fast-moving adventure with high caliber scholarship.

Acclaimed Disney animator and Lost Treasure Hunt director Richard Bazley is the driving force behind the project which is currently running a campaign on it's great! viagra prescription Kickstarter to help with some final funding. He's working with San Francisco based Ghostbot to produce the series. Check out the Lost Treasure Hunt campaign here and watch the http://africa-info.org/viagra-alternative video below for more info about where the project is heading. Consider supporting this worthwhile endeavor and help spread the word. Lost Treasure Hunt on Kickstarter is running through May 11 2014.

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'War of the Worlds: Goliath' Screening - LA - April 19 2014
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Wednesday, 16 April 2014 22:03

I've been an avid supporter of Joe Pearson's animated feature film "War of the Worlds: Goliath" ever since the project was a gleam in his imaginative mind. Now it's in release and in 3D no less!

There's a screening of "War of the Worlds: Goliath" on Saturday, April 19 2014 at the Downtown Independent Theater in downtown L.A. It is an excellent theater with a great screen and terrific 3D projection system.

I've had the opportunity to see the film and it is indeed a remarkable effort and http://www.aco.ca/viagra-profesional a feast for the eyes especially concerning the indian levitra generic great CG animation. The story is unique and different. If you're looking for an exceptional animated experience this is a must see movie.

And... It was produced independently!

Check out the latest trailer below. You can also access a long list of reviews for the film at this link to the Forum topic.

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Batman at 75 - 'Strange Days' - Bruce Timm
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Monday, 14 April 2014 23:39

Way back on my first job in an animation studio working at Filmation on the development of the original He-Man series, the very first person I shared office space with was Bruce Timm.

Bruce and I became good friends and hung out together in those years. He's since gone on to become a creative legend in the industry thanks in large part to his magnificent adaption of visit web site levitra generic canada WB's "Batman" and the subsequent projects he's done since then.

Here's the latest from Bruce. It's an animated short he produced for Warner Bros featuring Batman as he first appeared in his earliest days in 1939. You can also catch him talking about the 75th anniversary of Batman on the video that follows. You can see more of Bruce's art at this link.

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'Sketches from Munich' - Jack tml
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Tuesday, 08 April 2014 19:21
The Hebrew word for "sketches" has several meanings. Among them, notes, writing, registering, and memory. It's within that context that Israeli street artist Jack tml created this dynamically animated short "Sketches from Munich". The film is http://ojalafilms.com/viagra-injectable something of a diary based upon childhood recollections and deals with issues of the Holocaust, contemporary Germany, and aspirations of self-fulfillment. Take a look at this powerful expression of thoughts and feelings expressed in graphics and motion...
 

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