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Animated realism : a behind the scenes look at the animated documentary genre / Judith Kriger.

Author/Creator:
Kriger, Judith, author.
Other Title:
Behind the scenes look at the animated documentary genre
Publication:
Amsterdam, [Netherlands] : Focal Press, 2012. , ©2012
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (224 p. ) ill.
Subjects:
Documentary films.
Animated films.
Computer animation.
Documentary films -- Production and direction.
Animators -- Interviews.
Motion picture producers and directors -- Interviews.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
With the development and accessibility of animation tools and techniques, filmmakers are blurring the boundaries between documentary filmmaking and animation. 'Animated Realism' presents animation techniques as they apply to the documentary genre, with a behind-the-scenes look at award-winning animated documentaries.
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 Packed with beautiful, instructive illustrations and previously unpublished material (including storyboards, photos and hand-drawn sketches) and interspersed with interviews - this is an exceptional source of inspiration and knowledge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. 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.
Contents:
Chapter 1: Waltz with Bashir, Developing a Visual Style with Animation in a Documentary Chapter 2: Persepolis, How the Graphic novel was translated into an Animated Film Chapter 3: Ryan, Animator's decisions to use 3D as a storytelling tool Chapter 4: Chicago 10 Chapter 5: Sunrise Over Tianamen Square Chapter 6: Drawn from Memory Chapter 7: The Moon and the Son Interviews will include: Ari Folman: Oscar Nominated director of Waltz with Bashir David Polonsky: Art Director of Waltz with Bashir Marjane Satarapi: Oscar Winning Creator of Persepolis John Canemaker: Oscan Winning Director of The Moon and the Son Chris Landreth: Oscar Winning Director of Ryan and Director of the Spine. Many more interviews will be lined up with creative directors and animators involved in this projects.
Notes:
Electronic reproduction. Askews and Holts. Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Includes index.
Description based on print version record.
ISBN:
1-136-13005-5
1-136-13006-3
1-283-34810-1
9786613348104
0-240-81440-1
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