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23 Emmy noms? Interview: Margie Cohn, head of DreamWorks TV.
May 14, 2016
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As anyone in the animation industry, and indeed anyone who follows the world of film and animation knows, an Emmy Award nomination is always to be celebrated. Multiply that by 23, and you can imagine the party-like atmosphere happening at DreamWorks TV, after the news they were nominated for daytime Emmys in a wide variety […]
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The Women of “Kung Fu Panda 3”: Girlpower in the World of Animation
March 16, 2016
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Originally posted and featured on Indiewire and Cinema Siren.   The announcement of a new president of Oriental DreamWorks came just as the release of  Kung Fu Panda 3 is happening simultaneously in China and the US. Their choice is a woman, Melissa Cobb, the producer of all three films in the wildly successful franchise.  She […]
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Inside Zootopia: An interview with visual development artist Nick Orsi
March 12, 2016
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Zootopia’s New Blood Talks Traditional Techniques, Inspirations and the Joy of Working For Disney Any graduates aspiring to work at Disney should pay heed to 29 year old Nick Orsi’s story. His trajectory is the stuff of Disney dreams. Fresh out of art school, Orsi was hired in their trainee program, quickly becoming an apprentice […]
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Building “Bunnicula”: An Interview with WB cartoon producer/director Jessica Borutski
March 12, 2016
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There’s a new show starting tomorrow based on the children’s book seriesBunnicula, and it’s a labor of love for producer/director Jessica Borutski. She represents the best of the new guard of female animators, and clearly an inspiring professional in the industry, for having her own show at Warner Brothers TV at only 32! Bunnicula may […]
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DRAGON’S LAIR: An interview with Don Bluth and Gary Goldman
March 12, 2016
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Animation veterans Don Bluth and Gary Goldman are in the thick of their Indiegogo campaign to help bring the classic game Dragon’s Lair to the big screen. After some complications and a switch from Kickstarter, they recently celebrated surpassing their goal of $250,000, which they will use to hire a writer and create four minutes of […]