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'A Monster In Paris' coming October 2011
Written by Charles   
Wednesday, 20 July 2011 10:03

Monster in Paris

Animation is worldwide, and great feature films are being produced all over the globe. Here's another one we can look forward to. 'A Monster In Paris' is being produced... where else? In France. Bibo Films is cheap levitra prescription the canada drugs no prescription levitra production company along with several others including Eurpoa Corp and www.sspsap.sk Walking the Dog.

It's a 3D-animated movie set in Paris in the year 1910 and centered on www.cialis.com a monster who lives in a garden and his love for a beautiful, young singer. Very reminiscent of Phantom of the Opera, it looks to be a retelling of the classic story through the contemporary animation process. Its release date is scheduled for October 19 of this year. It will likely open in Europe prior to the US.

Meanwhile, take a look at this website for more images and concept art from the film. Also check out the cialis online uk topic we're maintaining on the Forums to see some trailers. They're very impressive.

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Is the San Diego Comic Con Worth It?
Written by Charles   
Tuesday, 19 July 2011 22:20

ComicCon2011

The annual Comic Con in San Diego, California is a huge affair. The event attracts more than 100,000 people and has been growing in popularity every year. This year however, there are signs that perhaps the Con has gotten too big for some to participate in and enjoy. The overwhelming crowds, the long waits, the effort that it takes to engage in the event is turning some people away. 

As the Con takes place this weekend, I ask the rhetorical question... Is it worth it?

Follow my commentary on the AN Forums and feel free to add your own perspective on the subject. If you're not registered for the Forums, follow this link for more information about how to establish an account with us.

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Lasseter's 7 Points
Written by Charles   
Tuesday, 19 July 2011 16:54

Lasseter


Pixar's John Lasseter is a sage for solid advice pertaining to the animation industry, creatively and otherwise, and there's good reason for it of course. Take a look at Lasseter's 7 Points. Solid fundamental advice for all filmmakers. They've been published in both the General Discussion Forum and the Education Forum of AN.

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China Opens $690 Million Animation Facility
Written by Charles   
Tuesday, 19 July 2011 07:18

China Animation

China is very serious about their animation. They recently opened a $690 million production facility close to Beijing. To put it in perspective, last year's feature animated film 'Despicable Me' released by Universal Studios had a production budget of $69 million. The money spent on this facility could produce ten feature films comparable to online drugstore without prescription that movie.

For more info follow this link. 

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The Animator Letters Project
Written by Charles   
Tuesday, 19 July 2011 04:45

Willie Downs is an animation student with an ambitious and generous idea.

He's started the cheap propecia online prescription Animator Letters Project and his goal is recommended site to compile a series of recommended site hand written letters contributed by professional animators which describe how they got into the industry and encourage aspiring animators to pursue their dreams of making it into the biz. Once he has enough letters collected, he plans to publish a book and use the proceeds to help fund the education of up and coming animators who can't afford the expense of their education.

To find out more about the Animator Letters Project visit the site that Willie has set up. You can also visit the topic that Willie started on the AN Forums by which he brought it to the attention of the community.

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