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Monty python 2d animation - While the animation styles are indeed different, overall one can say what is on display here is a collage of 2D, CGI, Flash, stop-motion and hand-drawn illustrations that are playful at best and crude at worst. Much delves into the surreal and stream of consciousness.

Interview with Jeff Simpson, co-director of ‘A Liar’s Autobiography: The untrue story of Monty Python’s Graham Chapman’ (animateddocs.

Ryan, directed by Chris Landreth, is an animated tribute to Canadian animator Ryan Larkin.

Chris Landreth - Ryan (Exclusive) - Ovation :: Ryan, directed by Chris Landreth, is an animated tribute to Canadian animator Ryan Larkin.

George Pal was a Hungarian-born American animator and film producer, principally associated with the science fiction genre. He became an American citizen after emigrating from Europe. He was nominated for Academy Awards (in the category Best short subjects, Cartoon) no less than seven consecutive years 1942–1948 and received an honorary award in 1944. This makes him the second most nominated Hungarian exile together with William S. Darling and Ernest Laszlo after Miklós Rózsa.

Various: Fantasy Film Music Of George Pal

Animação e boneco de Luciano do Amaral; Concepção,cenário e adereços de Cesar Coelho. Minissérie "Afinal,o que querem as mulheres?".

Stopmotion Freud by Luciano do Amaral. An amazing Brazilian artist.

Phenakistoscope - lot more involved but wondering if it was spun might it work like an animation Thaumatrope ??? http://www.higgler.co.uk/demonstrations/eye-magic

Phenakistoscope - lot more involved but wondering if it was spun might it work…

Short film - now in its full length. AKA "Lögner". Based on documentary interviews, these are three (probably) true stories about telling lies. (ODELL, J. 2012)

Short film - Lies about telling lies. This is an interesting documentary with different animation techniques used for each interview.

LITHOGRAPHIC STONES, circa 1890: By the end of the 19th century, the lithographic process invented by Alois Senefelder a century earlier had evolved to a point where it could make color images in books, magazines and advertising jump off the page in fine detail, but chromolithography was laborious and expensive. Soon photographic printing processes would replace lithography in most areas other than the fine arts, making Bavarian limestone printing stones like these largely relics of the…

LITHOGRAPHIC STONES, circa 1890: By the end of the 19th century, the lithographic process invented by Alois Senefelder a century earlier had evolved to a point where it could make color images in books, magazines and advertising jump off the page in fine detail, but chromolithography was laborious and expensive. Soon photographic printing processes would replace lithography in most areas other than the fine arts, making Bavarian limestone printing stones like these largely relics of the…

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