Issue 33 – Index of selected articles

Don Messick: the man with a million voices Messick is best remembered for his long association with Hanna-Barbera where he voiced TV catroon characters such as Boo-Boo, from the Hucklebery Hound Show and Droopy from Droopy, Master Detective. Read more… The ReBoot TV series The ReBoot series takes viewers into a world inside a personal … Read more

Issue 32 – Index of selected articles

John Halas: An era has closed With the passing of John Halas an era of animation has closed. Read more… International Animation Festival Cardiff 1994 The International Animation Festival returned to Cardiff for the second time. It was the first event for new festival director Jayne Pilling, who made an excellent job of the programming. … Read more

Issue 31 – Index of selected articles

Editorial In memory of Ken Anderson: Disney Artist A sketch artist of genius who became Art Director and later Production Supervisor for some of the Disney Studio’s finest animated feature films. Read more… Halas & Batchelor Reformed After 53 years continual production Halas & Batchelor Ltd. has been reformed and removed to London NW3. Read … Read more

Issue 30 – Index of selected articles

International Animation Festival Cardiff 1992 The theme of the festival was “Rocking the Boat”, planned to tap into young adult taste. Read more… From Student to Professional Animation The transition from the freedom of student animation to professional animation that earns money for its creators is a difficult one. This seminar at the Cardiff Animation … Read more

Issue 29 – Index of selected articles

Sheila Graber on her conversion to computer animation From Darkness to Light or from Super 8 to Super-Nova. Read more… Annecy Animation Festival 1991 The Annecy Animation Festival is the most spectacular event on the European animation calendar. David Jefferson went along for Animator magazine. Read more… Annecy Festival 1991 – The Golden Cartoon The … Read more

Issue 28 – Index of selected articles

British animation’s big night out The occasion was the 1990 British Animation Awards held in the Assembly Rooms, Cardiff. Report by Graham Ralph. Read more… Whatever happened to Sunflower? It was the intention of the 50th Anniversary re-release of Fantasia to restore the film to its full original form. However, a subtle form of censorship … Read more

Issue 27 – Index of selected articles

A reappraisal of Disney’s Melody Time Robin Allan reassesses one of Walt Disney’s neglected animated feature films; it was not a success either critically or commercially, and like its predecessor Make Mine Music (1946) with which it is often confused, it has never been reissued as a whole, nor has it been given the critical … Read more

Issue 26 – Index of selected articles

The BFG Pictures from the Cosgrove Hall Productions movie The BEG (the Big Friendly Giant). Read more… Animation Festival Bristol ‘89 The biennial International Animation Festival Bristol took place in November 1989. It is the second time the Festival has been held in Bristol and this year’s event was the best yet in terms of … Read more

Issue 25 – Index of selected articles

Paul Driessen Workshop When animators are engaged on commercial work or series work, they often have to produce a set amount of footage each day to keep within the budget. It doesn’t matter so much what the quality is like as long as the footage is completed. That kind of animation is not the most … Read more

Issue 24 – Index of selected articles

Animating for Hartbeat By Dale Hemenway. Roger the Lucky Rabbit Brian Sibley reviews the Disney-Speilberg smash-hit, Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Richard Williams and Who Framed Roger Rabbit Jeremy Clarke talks to Richard Williams, Director of Animation on Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Who Framed Roger Rabbit – some background pictures How the cartoon action was combined … Read more