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.
by Karl Cohen By the time Inside Out opens at theatres across the US on June 17, the advance publicity campaign for it will have caught the attention of almost everybody who loves Pixar’s features.
By Richard von Busack A red letter date on the local calendar, and one of the most important silent film fests in the world, the San Francisco Silent Film Festival turns 20 this year, expanding to five days and 20 programs at the famous Castro Theatre, itself a veteran of the age of silent movies.
by Karl Cohen Charley Bowers’s mature comedies, made in the last years of the silent era (1926–1928) are brilliant surreal works that feature outrageous Rube Goldberg-like magical inventions.
by Karl Cohen Read Part I of Karl Cohen’s essay, published in last week’s issue, here. After enjoying the “Leading Ladies and Femmes Fatales: The Art of Marc Davis” exhibit currently on display at the Walt Disney Family Museum and talking with Andres Deja, I went into the museum’s lower lobby to collect my thoughts. Alice Davis, […]