After Annecy, i’ve been hard at working through the end of pepe-school and then also had a small trip to italy and also attended mundos digitales, a fantastic conference held in a coruña, spain, of which i will talk about in a future post.
Because i want to transcript the whole interview and gather some images for it, its taking a few more days, but i just wanted to let you all know, that its gonna be here soon, so here is a little clip from it.
I’m back from a magnificent week, wanting to let you know that I’ll try to Split this experience into a couple of posts to come.
It was a really nice experience, probably the best so far for me.
I’m also very excited to tell you that I had the chance to Interview the wonderful Glen Keane, I’ll post that soon, so stay tuned.
In the mean time, enjoy this magnificent intro short made by students from Gobelins school for the festival, there are more, but this is totally my favourite, you can find the others in their Vimeo or in Catsuka
In my journey through the inter web, I was really really amazed by one of the very best findings I’ve ever made, a podcast episode about the Disney Animation’s masterpiece: Tangled.
This is a podcast that was hosted by Clay Kaytis a veteran animator that had a great Idea, to put it in his own words:
“Show 32 is a departure from the regular format. It’s an experiment. After Tangled was released, I heard so many people wondering why there wasn’t any audio commentary on the DVD or Blu-ray, so I got all the animators who were available to join me in watching Tangled to talk about the experience of making it. Here it is: the UNOFFICIAL Tangled Animator’s Commentary made by the biggest group of animators you will probably ever hear in one room.
Here’s the plan: queue up your copy of Tangled to frame 1 of the actual film (before the castle logo) and hit pause. When we count down 3-2-1-PLAY, you un-pause and hear us talk through the film. Like I said, it’s was an experiment and we may not always talk about what’s on screen, but it’s a great opportunity for you to hear many of the voices behind the film.”
So go grab your copy now, and get ready because here it is:
Hope it never gets taken down, if that happens, let me know, I’ll try to keep a copy around.
I know i’m a bit late to the party, but at least I’m here.:
Dante’s Lunch is a little promo short for Pixar’s Coco, that portrays a stray dog that found his Lunch and chases it around town, funky and beautifully animated this 2 minute pieces probably has nothing to do with the movie itself, but sort of introduces us to the setting and environments we’ll see in the movie, which is gorgeous.