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''Peanuts' - Blue Sky / Fox - 2015
Written by Charles   
Thursday, 20 March 2014 00:23

It was bound to happen! A feature length CG animated film of the classic comic strip "Peanuts" is in the works and canadian pharmacy cheap generic viagra headed towards a general release sometime in 2015. 20th Century Fox will be distributing the http://www.wowgraphicdesigns.com/what-is-the-cost-of-cialis movie with Blue Sky Studios handling the production. Here's the link to the Peanuts Movie official website. Updates will follow on viagra canadian pharmacy dosage the Forum topic. Check out the teaser trailer that's now online...

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'Ecirava' - Daisuke Kaneko
Written by Charles   
Monday, 10 March 2014 20:43

A wonderful animated short with a simple and imaginative story. That's what you'll experience once you've viewed "Ecirava" by Daisuke Kaneko. This was a graduation project at Digital Hollywood University in Japan. 

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'Life After Pi' - Must see documentary
Written by Charles   
Tuesday, 04 March 2014 19:40

Hello there brothers and sisters.

I love AnimationNation and everything that it stands for and has stood for since our launch on February 25 1999.

Look at how far ahead of www.marthawashingtoninn.com the curve we were and continue to be when it comes to industry matters relative to the artists!

Watch the video below and spread it around if you would. It's called "Life After Pi" and it was posted on YouTube on AN's 15th birthday ironically enough!

This is a must see documentary for everyone in the industry, anyone aspiring to buy viagra canada be in the industry, and for artists, creative people, and people of productivity the world wide especially in the USA.

This is a documentary about the cialis soft online ordering bankruptcy of the venerable LA based VFX studio Rhythm and it's great! canadian rx levitra Hues on the heels of winning last year's Academy Award for "Life of Pi".

Here's a related Forum topic to follow.

Keep Creating and Keep the Faith !!!

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VFX Artists Protest - Hollywood - March 2 2014
Written by Charles   
Monday, 03 March 2014 00:57

If you're in the Visual Effects sector of the industry and are located in California especially in the Los Angeles area, you know how devastating things have been over the past few years. Subsidized deals and tax breaks have drawn a massive amount of work away from local artists. Unable to find work in the heart of buy viagra the capital of entertainment production, artists are faced with the option of moving to very distant locations throughout the US and the world in order to work in VFX.

This afternoon in Hollywood along Hollywood Boulevard, right where the Oscars will be taking place later tonight, hundreds of VFX artists have taken to the street in rainy weather to demonstrate and bring attention to cialis in australia for sale this issue which is affecting the http://www.bsz-wurzen.de/viagra-ed lives of many people.

Here's a link to the call to protest which in turn is linked to several other sites related to the VFX problem in Hollywood. The discussion on the AN Forum topic is here. The first video footage of the demonstration in Hollywood today went up on YouTube only a few minutes ago. Here it is followed by an excellent analysis of the problem also posted on YouTube today...

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'Loving Vincent' - Kickstarter - March 14 2014
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Tuesday, 25 February 2014 18:42

Oscar winning Hugh Welchman and his BreakThru Films are currently Kickstarting a feature length film based on cialis discussionsdiscount priced cialis the life and death of buy viagra professional Vincent Van Gogh, and in a medium he would approve of:..

Oil paintings!

The film will be produced entirely through the medium of oil paintings on canvas. This remarkable endeavor is wow it's great buy levitra without prescription underway and order viagra from canada is welcoming support from contributors through its Kickstarter campaign.

"Loving Vincent" features over 120 of Vincent Van Gogh's greatest paintings. The plot, drawn from the 800 letters written by the painter himself, leads us to the significant people and events in the time leading up to his unexpected and tragic death.

The campaign wraps up on March 14 2014. Take a look at the video to see what's happening and consider supporting this unique and important project. Updates will follow on the Forum topic.

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