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Category Archives: Animation Business
Update: Congrats to Walt Disney Animation Studios who took home a Golden Globe for best animated feature film given by the Hollywood Foreign Press at the Golden Globes last night. Last one was so successful, I thought we would do … Continue reading
Well Ho Ho Ho there! It’s time for round 2 of my 2013 Holiday Gift Guide, this time featuring gifts for that animation fan in your life. Remember, each guide includes 5 items and a Toys for Tots item, something … Continue reading
The Walt Disney Company brought home 11 awards at the 40th Annie Awards on Saturday evening at UCLA’s Royce Hall. Disney’s “Wreck-It Ralph” was named best animated film of 2012 and earned three other awards. We’ll see if this is … Continue reading
In case you’ve been asleep for the last 20 years, David Crow at Den of Geek has a nice retrospective on the state of Disney Animation focusing on what he calls the renaissance period. Crow starts with the dark years … Continue reading