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Tag Archives: animation business
The Annie Awards, which honor excellence in animation in film, video, and television, were held last night, and Disney won many of its categories in TV, but got snubbed when it came to the movies. Big Hero 6 was nominated … Continue reading
Disney Fans, it’s time to get Wired. No really. Go out and get the next issue of Wired magazine. It will feature a special cover with over 30 Disney and Pixar animated characters, not to mention Ed Catmull and John … Continue reading
Tune in to ABC tonight at 8pm for “The story of Frozen: Making a Disney Animated Classic.” Narrated by Josh Gad, the show goes behind the work of over 600 artists and technicians who worked two years to bring you … Continue reading
Do they still have video rental stores anywhere? All we have here in Orlando are those Redbox vending machines. While cheaper and more convenient, at RedBox and Netflix there’s no chance to pickup a DVD and examine the box, … Continue reading