Issue 21 – Index of selected articles

Studio report
Animation Stroud closes, The Secret Policeman’s Third Ball, Scratch animation complete BAM, Trekkin’ across the universe.

The animation cel story
Brian Clark of Film Sales Ltd directs our attention to a basic material many of us take for granted.

Annecy Festival 1987
In part two David Jefferson reports on more of the film-makers who attended the biannual International Animated Film Festival held in Annecy, France.

Girl’s night out – Joanna Quinn
Girls Night Out won three awards at Annecy ‘87. Joanna Quinn tells the story behind the film.

Fine Art Babbitt
Brian Sibley reviews Channel 4’s documentary about veteran Disney animator, Art Babbitt.

The fairest film of all – Snow White reassessed
The cinema shifted course when the first American animated feature film “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” was released, writes Robin Allan.

With a smile and a song – Adriana Caselotti
Adriana Caselotti, the voice of Snow White, talks to Brian Sibley.

An American Tail
Jeremy Clark examines the plot structure and finds resonances from Shakespeare, Hitchcock, King Kong and Disney.

What makes Brian Borthwick tick?
Ken Clark on animator Brian Borthwick.

Snow White meets Giovanni Morelli
A case study of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” by Barry Salt.

Printed in Animator Issue 21 (Winter 1987)