Animated Documentary

  • Filename: animated-documentary.
  • ISBN: 9781137017468
  • Release Date: 2013-06-11
  • Number of pages: 194
  • Author: Annabelle Honess Roe
  • Publisher: Springer



Animated Documentary, the first book to be published on this fascinating topic, considers how animation is used as a representational strategy in nonfiction film and television and explores the ways animation expands the range and depth of what documentary can show us about the world. On behalf of the Society for Animation Studies(SAS), the Chair of the Jury announced the book as the winner of the delayed 2015 SAS McLaren-Lambart Award with the following words: 'Animated Documentary is a vital addition to both animation scholarship and film studies scholarship more broadly, expertly achieving the tricky challenge of synthesising these two scholarly traditions to provide a compelling and brilliantly coherent account of the animated documentary form. At the heart of Roe’s book is the conviction that animated documentary “has the capacity to represent temporally, geographically, and psychologically distal aspects of life beyond the reach of live action” (p. 22). As a representational strategy, Roe details how animated documentary can be seen to adopt techniques of “mimetic substitution, non-mimetic substitution and evocation” in response to the limitations of live action material (p. 26). Animated Documentary will without doubt become an essential resource for many years to come for anyone interested in the intersection of animation and documentary.'

Animated Realism

  • Filename: animated-realism.
  • ISBN: 9780240814391
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Number of pages: 206
  • Author: Judith Kriger
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis



With the development and accessibility of animation tools and techniques, filmmakers are blurring the boundaries between documentary filmmaking and animation. The intimacy, imperfection and charm of the animated form is providing live-action and animation directors with unique ways to tell stories, humanize events and convey information not easily adapted for live-action media. Animated Realism presents animation techniques as they apply to the documentary genre with an inspirational behind-the-scenes look at award-winning animated documentaries. Animators and documentary filmmakers alike will learn how to develop a visual style with animation, translate a graphic novel into a documentary and use 3D animation as a storytelling tool, all in the context of creating animated documentaries. With insight and inspiration, Animated Realism includes interviews from industry luminaries like John Canemaker, Oscar Winning Director of The Moon and the Son, Yoni Goodman, Animation Director of Oscar Nominated Waltz with Bashir and Chris Landreth, Oscan Winning creator of Ryan. Packed with beautiful, instructive illustrations and previously unpublished material (including storyboards, photos and hand-drawn sketches) and interspersed with interviews - this is an exceptional source of inspiration and knowledge for animators, students and fans alike. With a companion website featuring animated shorts from leading animated documentaries, animators, students and documentary filmmakers will be able to analyze and apply Oscar-winning animation techniques to their own films. * Learn from the best... Judith Kriger interviews some of the most innovative and inspirational animators, including John Canemaker, Oscar Winning Director of The Moon and the Son, Yoni Goodman, Animation Director of Oscar Nominated Waltz with Bashir and Chris Landreth, Oscan Winning Director of Ryan. * See how it's done... with never before published color storyboards, preliminary sketches, stills from the animated documentaries and behind-the-scenes photographs * Be inspired... the detailed exploration of how these unique films were made will make you want to get out there and do it yourself! * Analyze and apply Oscar Winning animation techniques to your own films with a companion website featuring animated shorts from leading animated documentaries.

A Case for the Animated Documentary

  • Filename: a-case-for-the-animated-documentary.
  • ISBN: OCLC:859547483
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Number of pages: 52
  • Author: Jessica Susan Hann
  • Publisher:



Animation and documentary appear as oxymoronic terms, one encompassing all that is fantastical and imagined while the other stands firm in reality and truth, but animated documentaries have been in existence since the early 20th Century. Until recently they have not been of interest to the public or critics. In an effort to validate animated documentaries as an art form and thus a genre for serious consideration, scholars are currently focusing on defining and categorizing animated documentaries. Unfortunately, this is resulting in overly restrictive boundaries that films must adhere to in order to fall into the animated documentary category. In this paper I argue for more encompassing definitions while questioning the need for validation. In a world where boundaries between man and woman, human and non-human, and natural and unnatural are breaking down, perhaps animated documentaries are an ideal representation of this emerging new world.

Contemporary Documentary

  • Filename: contemporary-documentary.
  • ISBN: 9781317534167
  • Release Date: 2015-10-05
  • Number of pages: 228
  • Author: Daniel Marcus
  • Publisher: Routledge



Contemporary Documentary offers a rich survey of the rapidly expanding landscape of documentary film, television, video, and new media. The collection of original essays addresses the emerging forms, popular genres, and innovative approaches of the digital era. The anthology highlights geographically and thematically diverse examples of documentaries that have expanded the scope and impact of non-fiction cinema and captured the attention of global audiences over the past three decades. It also explores the experience of documentary today, with its changing dynamics of production, collaboration, distribution, and exhibition, and its renewed political and cultural relevance. The twelve chapters - featuring engaging case studies and written from a wide range of perspectives including film theory, social theory, ethics, new media, and experience design - invite students to think critically about documentary as a vibrant field, unrestricted in its imagination and quick in its response to new forms of filmmaking. Offering a methodical exploration of the expansive reach of documentary as a creative force in the media and society of the twenty-first century, Contemporary Documentary is an ideal collection for students of film, media, and communication who are studying documentary film.

Documentary

  • Filename: documentary.
  • ISBN: 9780231850094
  • Release Date: 2012-08-07
  • Number of pages: 144
  • Author: Paul Ward
  • Publisher: Columbia University Press



In using case studies such as Touching the Void (2003) and the films of Nick Broomfield, this timely introduction to the growing field of documentary explores the definition and understanding of the form, as well as the relationship between documentary and drama, specifically the notion of reconstruction and reenactment. Paul Ward also discusses animated documentaries, the fertile genre of comedy, and feature-length contemporary works that have achieved widespread cinematic release.

DRAWN FROM LIFE

  • Filename: drawn-from-life.
  • ISBN: 0748694110
  • Release Date: 2015-12
  • Number of pages: 272
  • Author: Jonathan Murray
  • Publisher:



'Drawn from Life' introduces readers to a diverse range of filmmakers past and present who use the animated image as a documentary tool.

Animating Trauma

  • Filename: animating-trauma.
  • ISBN: OCLC:707121862
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Number of pages: 82
  • Author: Selena Ann Dickey
  • Publisher:



Live Action Animation

  • Filename: live-action-animation.
  • ISBN: 1156057272
  • Release Date: 2010-05
  • Number of pages: 650
  • Author: Books Llc
  • Publisher: Books LLC



Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 649. Not illustrated. Chapters: Animated Documentaries, Enchanted, Live-Action/animated Films, Live-Action/animated Television Series, Songs From Enchanted, Mary Poppins, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, E.t. the Extra-Terrestrial, the Three Caballeros, Song of the South, Saludos Amigos, Gertie the Dinosaur, Anchors Aweigh, Small Soldiers, Wall-E, the Chronicles of Narnia: the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Looney Tunes: Back in Action, Coonskin, Yo Gabba Gabba!, Tron, Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, Eragon, Happy Feet, Waltz With Bashir, Osmosis Jones, Arthur and the Invisibles, Pete's Dragon, the Pagemaster, Cool World, Heavy Traffic, Tron Legacy, Rock-A-Doodle, Space Jam, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: the Movie, a Christmas Carol, Alvin and the Chipmunks, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, the Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera, Alvin and the Chipmunks: the Squeakquel, Garfield: the Movie, Flight of the Navigator, the Spongebob Squarepants Movie, Balto, Casper, Stuart Little, Casper: a Spirited Beginning, Stuart Little 2, Raggedy Ann & Andy: a Musical Adventure, Thumb Wars, the Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle, Fat Albert, Re-Animated, Turbo: a Power Rangers Movie, James and the Giant Peach, Casper Meets Wendy, Garfield: a Tail of Two Kitties, Howl, Taxandria, the Phantom Tollbooth, Yogi Bear, Dangerous When Wet, Dot and the Kangaroo, Mickey's 60th Birthday, a Quiet Week in the House, You Ought to Be in Pictures, Giselle, That's How You Know, Little Howard's Big Question, the Smurfs, Invitation to the Dance, the Incredible Mr. Limpet, Animated Documentary, Rockin' Through the Decades, So Close, Genre, Chicago 10, El Rat n P rez, Bunyan and Babe, Save Virgil, Ryan, the Fabulous Baron Munchausen, of Stars and Men, So Dear to My Heart, Universe, Happy Working Song, Twilight of the Cockroaches, Totally Minnie, Minoru: Memory of ...

Animating the Unconscious

  • Filename: animating-the-unconscious.
  • ISBN: 9780231850148
  • Release Date: 2012-05-29
  • Number of pages: 244
  • Author: Jayne Pilling
  • Publisher: Columbia University Press



As critical interest has grown in the unique ways in which art animation explores and depicts subjective experience – particularly in relation to desire, sexuality, social constructions of gender, confessional modes, fantasy, and the animated documentary – this volume offers detailed analysis of both the process and practice of key contemporary filmmakers, while also raising more general issues around the specificities of animation. Combining critical essays with interview material, visual mapping of the creative process, consideration of the neglected issue of how the use of sound differs from that of conventional live-action, and filmmakers’ critiques of each others’ work, this unique collection aims to both provoke and illuminate via an insightful multi-faceted approach.

Animation

  • Filename: animation.
  • ISBN: 1903364205
  • Release Date: 2002
  • Number of pages: 149
  • Author: Paul Wells
  • Publisher: Wallflower Press



Animation: Genre and Authorship explores the distinctive language of animation, its production processes, and the particular questions about who makes it, under what conditions and with what purpose. In this first study to look specifically at the ways in which animation displays unique models of "auteurism" and how it revises generic categories, Paul Wells challenges the prominence of live-action movie-making as the first form of contemporary cinema and visual culture. The book also includes interviews with Ray Harryhausen and Caroline Leaf, and a full "timeline" of the history of animation.

Killer Images

  • Filename: killer-images.
  • ISBN: 9780231850247
  • Release Date: 2012-11-06
  • Number of pages: 240
  • Author: Joram ten Brink
  • Publisher: Columbia University Press



Cinema has long shaped not only how mass violence is perceived but also how it is performed. Today, when media coverage is central to the execution of terror campaigns and news anchormen serve as embedded journalists, a critical understanding of how the moving image is implicated in the imaginations and actions of perpetrators and survivors of violence is all the more urgent. If the cinematic image and mass violence are among the defining features of modernity, the former is significantly implicated in the latter, and the nature of this implication is the book’s central focus. This edited anthology brings together a range of newly commissioned essays and interviews from the world’s leading academics and documentary filmmakers, including Ben Anderson, Errol Morris, Harun Farocki, Rithy Phan, Avi Mograbi, Brian Winston, and Michael Chanan. Contributors explore such topics as the tension between remembrance and performance, the function of moving images in the execution of political violence, and nonfiction filmmaking methods that facilitate communities of survivors to respond to, recover, and redeem a history that sought to physically and symbolically annihilate them

Animated Documentary

  • Filename: animated-documentary.
  • ISBN: 613266713X
  • Release Date: 2010-10-23
  • Number of pages: 64
  • Author: Frederic P. Miller
  • Publisher:



Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The animated documentary is a genre of film which combines the genres of animation and documentary. This genre should not be confused with documentaries about movie and TV animation history that feature excerpts. The first recognized example of this genre is Windsor McKay's 1918 12-minute-long film The Sinking of the Lusitania, which uses animation to portray the 1915 sinking of RMS Lusitania after it was struck by two torpedoes fired from a German U-boat; an event of which no recorded film footage is known to exist. Since the 1920s, animation has been used in educational and social guidance films, and has often been used to illustrate abstract concepts in mainly live-action examples of these genres. Early examples of fully-animated educational films are The Einstein Theory of Relativity (1923) and Evolution (1925) by Max and Dave Fleischer. Walt Disney used it in films such as Victory Through Air Power (1943), How to Catch a Cold (1951) and Our Friend the Atom (1957).

Fargo Filmmaking Commercial Production

  • Filename: fargo-filmmaking-commercial-production.
  • ISBN: 1234740605
  • Release Date: 2012-05
  • Number of pages: 60
  • Author: Source: Wikia
  • Publisher: Books LLC, Wiki Series



This book consists of articles from Wikia or other free sources online. Pages: 32. Chapters: Animation, Documentary, Experimental, Narrative, Acrotomophilia, A Day in the Life of Thee Mike Link, Claynation, Fission, Shall We Play a Game?, Tales of the Gallant Knight, The Black Wizard, Welcome to Doomville, 2007 Fargo Film Festival State Bank Promo, AJ Goes to France Documentary, Avow, A Life without Pain, A Semester on Film, A Tribute to Governors, Benjamin Carr Moen, Beyond the Call, Building Bridges, Building Our Future, Cine Manifest, Down North, How to Bowl the Duckpin Way, Intertwined, Jake vs. the Volcano, Meet the John Thomas Trio, Mr. Brown, Needs Must When the Devil Drives, North of Nowhere, One Heckuva Long Winter, Our Space, Petey, ReStoring Hope, The Angela Murray Gibson Experience, The Backyard Experience, The Betty Mystique, The Children Remember, The World's Most Dangerous Polka Band, Toots and Horns, Walking Around U.N.D., Your Skin, My Canvas, Zap Revisited, How to Disappear, If Only, Keep on Dancin', Motif Equivalent, Pfifer's Fighters, Success Through Violence, The Deer, The Great Divorce of Heaven and Hell, The Hard Send, Baby Cream, Betamax Billy, Bully Wars, Cinderale, Conversion Van, Dancyger in the Dark, Daydreams, Fever Pitch, Heist of the Century, Honor Guard, Little Bastard, Milk Babies, Ordinary Problems, Pimpin' Ain't Easy, Ressl X, Rocket Ship, Sitting on the Edge Looking Down, Stew's Last Grift, The Darling Bollix, The Disinterment of Joanna Carpenter, The Grill, The Jig Is Up, The Little Donkey, The Sports Fan, Trophy Wife, Victory Blizzard, What the Blind Man Saw, You're Not Sorry, Yummy in My Tummy. Excerpt: Acrotomophilia (2002) is a short movie created by Brady Daley. A quartet of strange vignettes includes the story of a pair of radio performers, a dog owner who must kill his pet, a man who wants to relieve the pain in his bad leg, and a hungry cannibal. Daley illustrated and animated the cannibal sequence. The radio performa...

Animation

  • Filename: animation.
  • ISBN: 1230559604
  • Release Date: 2013-09
  • Number of pages: 90
  • Author: Source Wikipedia
  • Publisher: University-Press.org



Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 42. Chapters: Adolescents and cartoon violence, Adult animation, Algeria History and Civilization (Cartoon), Animated documentary, Animated sitcom, Animation database, Cartoon pornography, Cartoon series, Character animation, Chew Chew Baby (Paramount Noveltoon), Dimensions (animation), History of animation, Independent animation, Instructional animation, International Animation Day, Jack and Holly, Karpio Animacija, Mortein, Off-model, Oscar's Oasis, Outsourcing of animation, Plim Plim, Prescott Wright, Rajiv Chilaka, Reuben Sutherland, Science Cartoons, Simpals, Sprookjesboom, What Should I Do?, Wompkees.

Animation Process Cognition and Actuality

  • Filename: animation-process-cognition-and-actuality.
  • ISBN: 9781501308154
  • Release Date: 2017-08-24
  • Number of pages: 312
  • Author: Dan Torre
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA



Animation - Process, Cognition and Actuality presents a uniquely philosophical and multi-disciplinary approach to the scholarly study of animation, by using the principles of process philosophy and Deleuzian film aesthetics to discuss animation practices, from early optical devices to contemporary urban design and installations. Some of the original theories presented are a process-philosophy based theory of animation; a cognitive theory of animation; a new theoretical approach to the animated documentary; an original investigative approach to animation; and unique considerations as to the convergence of animation and actuality. Numerous animated examples (from all eras and representing a wide range of techniques and approaches – including television shows and video games) are examined, such as Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009), Madame Tutli-Putli (2007), Gertie the Dinosaur (1914), The Peanuts Movie (2015), Grand Theft Auto V (2013) and Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist (1995–2000). Divided into three sections, each to build logically upon each other, Dan Torre first considers animation in terms of process and process philosophy, which allows the reader to contemplate animation in a number of unique ways. Torre then examines animation in more conceptual terms in comparing it to the processes of human cognition. This is followed by an exploration of some of the ways in which we might interpret or 'read' particular aspects of animation, such as animated performance, stop-motion, anthropomorphism, video games, and various hybrid forms of animation. He finishes by guiding the discussion of animation back to the more tangible and concrete as it considers animation within the context of the actual world. With a genuinely distinctive approach to the study of animation, Torre offers fresh philosophical and practical insights that prompt an engagement with the definitions and dynamics of the form, and its current literature.

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