Animation Conversation Weekly nr. 35
The weekly podcast is presented by: Erlend Dal Sakshaug and guest-host Will Ashurst.
- Disney to make 1 hand drawn animated movie every 2nd year.
- ‘The Princess and the Frog’ debuts at No. 1, earning $25 million
- Paul Fierlinger’s My Dog Tulip get limited distribution in the US.
Classic movie review of the week:
How the Grinch stole christmas, from 1966. Written by Dr Seuss, directed by Chuck Jones & co-directed by Ben Washam.
Next weeks classic movie is:
“A Charlie Brown Christmas” from 1965 directed by Bill Melendez. Written by Charles M. Schulz.
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Will & Erlend
Animation Conversation Weekly nr. 27!
The weekly podcast is presented by: Morten Øverlie & Erlend Dal Sakshaug
Animation tools for 3DMax from DTools.
New trailer for Adam Elliot’s “Mary & Max.”
“My Dog Tulip.”
“How to train your dragon” characters revealed.
Mark Dindal to direct live action feature.
Henry Sellick to leave Laika.
We were fortunate enough to meet up with animator Jens Gulliksen, who’s worked on big productions like “Corpse Bride”, “Max & Co” and “the Fantastic Mr. Fox” to name a few. Here is the 2. half you’ve been craving for. PS: I apologize for the background noise, it does get better throughout the interview. Yes, i will not use the same place again during lunch hours 🙂
We review Disney’s “Bolt.”
This week: Animation Conversation Weekly premiers!.
The weekly podcast is presented by:
Morten Øverlie & Erlend Dal Sakshaug
We are sorry about the length of the show. We will try to make it shorter next week.
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