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Photographic Animation

Nearly three years ago, an animation legend weighed in on the state of mainstream American feature animation. The legend in question was Gene Deitch, known for his work with the UPA in the 1950s, the… 1,183 more words


Better To Not Know

Summer 2013… Much like what I do now, I was clawing in the dirt for animation news and the word on the street. Walt Disney Animation Studios seemed to be on some kind of cusp, this was months before the release of… 1,874 more words


MOANA (Or Disney Renaissance STRIKES AGAIN) - HM Movie Reviews

(This reviewing style is going to be different with movies, much like the review I did with Zootopia, BvS and Hardcore Henry.)

Moana Waialiki is a sea voyaging enthusiast and the only daughter of a chief in a long line of navigators.

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Movie Review: Moana

Manila, Philippines – Disney’s new animated musical Moana is truly entertaining! A start-to-finish delight. It stands proud and tall with other animated films on the Disney canon: from its breathtaking visual effects, delightful music, superior animation, and likeable lead characters. 1,015 more words

Sequels in the 2010s

Hello everyone, and I hope you all are doing well. So sequel-itis has been a conversation a lot within the last decade in animation, and it seems to be picking up with the last 3 upcoming years of the decade. 2,589 more words

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Happy Belated Thanksgiving!

To celebrate Thanksgiving, this Masterpiece Monday I’m featuring a piece of concept art from¬†Pocahontas.¬†This piece features an earlier, younger version of Pocahontas, but more interestingly also shows her petting her long-lost turkey sidekick, Redfeather. 371 more words

"The Films of Ron and John" Film Festival

Ron Clements and John Musker are two of my favorite animation directors at Walt Disney Animation Studios. The directorial duo are responsible for making two of the great films of the Disney Animation renaissance during the late 1980s-early 1990s, specifically 1989’s The Little Mermaid and 1992’s Aladdin (one of my all-time personal favorites). 404 more words

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