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Studio Profile : Character Animation inside ILM

Maia Kayser is a Lead Character Animator at ILM. In this studio profile video, we travel to the Presidio in San Francisco to Industrial Light & Magic to see what it is like to be a woman doing digital character animation in films such as Rango. Click the player, and enjoy the video: Click here…

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TIPPET STUDIOS: Creature Animation Masterclass

    William Groebe, Animation Supervisor at leading animation company Tippett Studio, presents a masterclass on animating believable animal characters in a live action feature, pushing the acting while retaining a feel for reality and realism versus cartoony-style animation. He also includes some great advice on what to include in your demo-reel to potentially get a…

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Brisk Star Wars: Yoda vs. Darth Maul

In a galaxy far, far away… Lipton’s Brisk Iced Tea unleashes… the force! … Heh-heh… awesome! Click the player, and enjoy the video: DOWNLOAD FOR IPHONE   //   DOWNLOAD FOR ANDROID Click here to see related post: Stop-Motion Mayhem! From Brisk!

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A Conversation with the PIXAR Creative Team – D23 Expo 2011

PIXAR‘s John Lasseter, Jim Morris, Andrew Stanton, Pete Docter, Marks Andrews, Bob Peterson, Dan Scanlon, Pete Sohn, and Ronnie del Carmen – some key figures responsible for Pixar‘s movie-making-magic reveal some upcoming Pixar projects and gather to discuss their work at the 2011 D23 Expo.  This is the full video of the presentation given on…

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HAPPY NEW YEAR 2012!!! — Here is a look back at the films of 2011…

… laughs, loves, epic battles, tears, and the moments in-between.  Films have the power to entertain, inform, and inspire… Here’s a look back at what brought us together this past year.   Enjoy the videos:  Filmography 2011 – by Gen I. Cinema 2011 – by Kess van Dijkhuizen 2011: The Cinescape – by Schnappy Productions…

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The films of… (Part #2)

Editor Kess van Dijkhuizen Jr. has just finished his 12-part [the films of] collection.  I’ve previously posted the first half, (click here to see post),  now here is the next half… showcasing footage from some of the most beloved cinematic directors and their films… Enjoy the videos: (WARNING: Some scenes may not be appropriate for…

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