The word “film” continues to be used as part of film festival titles and in everyday conversation. “Let’s go to a film tonight.” But rarely are you going to see a movie on “film” anymore.
Compiled by Gary Meyer A guide to cinematic exhibits in California This autumn offers a terrific opportunity for movie fans to experience museum and gallery exhibits by video production companies about films and filmmakers. Many of these venues have adventurous year-round film and video schedules in their theaters. When a moving image exhibit is presented […]
by Karl Cohen To celebrate Toy Story turning 20, John Lasseter and three of his associates recently talked about the early days of Pixar for almost two hours at San Francisco’s Castro Theatre.
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by Karl Cohen At the 42nd annual SIGGRAPH, the computer industry’s largest professional gathering, there were six major production sessions about animated features.
by Karl Cohen “Walt and Dalí: Architects of the Imagination” at The Walt Disney Family Museum is an amazing experience full of original paintings, drawings, animation art, photographs, video clips, archival documents and an excellent audio tour narrated by Sigourney Weaver.