Posted by claire on February 20, 2000 at 11:53:12:
In Reply to: And everywhere that Mary went... posted by Charles on February 19, 2000 at 00:04:48:
is this really necessary? i think that most people
on the 'fringe' are far more able to adapt to the
present and future changes than are Most in the feature
realm. the true innovators, in any field, usually work
outside the conventional way of doing things. just because
someone isn't fluent in 'overlapping action' or 'reversals'
and the great things that come packaged with feature budgets,
doesn't mean that they are any less innovative at all.
'fringe' people, out of necessity will, in fact, probably
be pointing the direction. they are better at surviving.
it's the big studios that usually discover and promote
the smaller, more inventive independents.
case in point, aardman animation. pixar was pretty small once
to. feature studios now fund these places, and their
unique styles, in a big way.
so, charles, enough with this nonsense. okay?
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