Posts Tagged: Cinema Siren

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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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Looney Tunes Legacy SDCC Comic-Con Panel-Ruth Clampett and Linda Jones
March 12, 2016
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Ruth Clampett and Linda Jones, daughters of Warner Brothers animators Bob Clampett and Chuck Jones, talk about growing up with artistic geniuses and how they keep their dads’ stories and lives in animation in the forefront of cartoon and art fans. These two animators created characters and directed some of the best cartoons in animation […]
Hashtag VOA Interview: ArtInsights – Leslie and the art of Star Wars
January 27, 2016
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“We spoke with Leslie Combemale, the owner of ArtInsights Animation & Film Art Gallery, to talk about Star Warsart in anticipation of the upcoming film ‘The Force Awakens’. – Hashtag VOA
Cinema Siren’s Must See Indie Movies in 2015
January 10, 2015
What is an Indie?  The idea of just what constitutes an Independent movie has morphed quite a bit and continues to do so.  There was a time when Lionsgate was considered a true Indie distributor and production company, and some might argue it still is, even with one of the top grossing movies of all […]
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Into the Woods Movie Review: The Ultimate in Wish Fulfillment
December 27, 2014
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‘This dark delicious operetta is a perfect palate cleanse from a dysfunctional holiday.’ Be careful what you wish for. That’s the tagline for the new musical movie adaptation of Into the Woods. If you are yearning for a new musical that is dark, complicated, and funny, as well as beautifully constructed, and at times more […]