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Animation : a world history. Volume II, The birth of a style-the three markets

Author: Giannalberto Bendazzi
Publisher: Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, 2016.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Giannalberto Bendazzi
ISBN: 9781317519911 1317519914 9781317519904 1317519906
OCLC Number: 930331668
Notes: Translated from the Italian.
Print version cataloged as a monographic set by the Library of Congress.
Description: 1 online resource : illustrations
Contents: Table of ContentsThe fourth Period is short and runs from 1951 (date of projection of the UPA short Gerald McBoing Boing) to 1960, the date of the first international animation film festival (Annecy, France). It is characterized by indecision. Disney and his imitators lost momentum, the UPA proposed a new style, the television age began, and an original animation output was born in Europe. We'll christen it The Birth of a Style (1951 - 1960).AMERICACultureAlmighty and suspiciousGerald McBoing BoingUPAPete BurnessRobert CannonJohn HubleyTheory from practiceThe galaxyWalt DisneyWarner Bros.Chuck JonesMichael MalteseThe resurgence of TerrytoonsWalter Lantz's OasisMGM's cat and mouseFrom Fleischer to FamousBunin's puppetsTELEVISION 101TV and American animationJay WardTV and animated commercialsThe West Coast Experimental film movementJordan BelsonHarry Smith, heaven and earth magicianThe Enigma of Hy HirshThe Canadian PhenomenonNorman McLarenEUROPEWESTERN EUROPEGreat BritainJohn David WilsonJohn HalasFranceGrimault and the stories from the frontLadislas Starewitch and the feature filmGermanyFederal Republic of GermanyAustriaSwitzerlandDenmarkKaj PindalBent BarfodNorwayFinlandItalyPortugalGreeceEASTERN EUROPECzechoslovakia and puppetsHermina TyrlovaKarel ZemanJiri TrnkaThe Music of the Puppets PolandHungaryYugoslavia: the first stage of the Zagreb SchoolCroatiaBulgariaRomaniaSOVIET UNIONRussiaIvan Ivanov-VanoLithuaniaGeorgiaASIAJapanToei Doga's start-upPraiseworthy peopleMori YasujiOtogi ProExperimentsChinaLATIN AMERICAMexicoVenezuelaBrazilArgentinaAFRICASouth African RepublicTHE THREE MARKETSGlobal StabilityIt seemed such an easy gameAnimation forksAMERICAOn the big screen - ShortsOn the big screen - Feature filmsStephen BosustowA Cat in the Heavy TrafficRay Harryhausen On the small screenWeston Woods, from book to filmIndependent filmmakersErnest PintoffJane AaronJohn CanemakerGeorge GriffinThose talented inventive peopleJohn and Faith Hubley Will VintonFine Artists for AnimationJules EngelRobert BreerJohn WhitneyJames WhitneyLawrence JordanPeople not to overlookStan Van der BeekCanadaThe National Film Board goes to HeavenPierre HebertVancouver & Co.Caroline LeafIshu PatelFrederic BackWestern EUROPECartoon EUClusters of studiosNew technologiesThe pre-productionCARTOON FORUMThe CARTOON D'ORCARTOON MOVIEWestern Europe: The New GenerationGreat Britain: the good yearsAlison De VereThe Quay BrothersYoung Aardman & Co.George DunningYellow Submarine Richard Williams Bob GodfreyIrelandAidan HickeyJimmy MurakamiFrance: from craftsmanship to ambitionOther French animatorsJean-Francois LaguioniePiotr KamlerWalerian BorowczykPeter FoeldesThe roaring 1980sBelgiumRaoul ServaisThe NetherlandsBorge RingPaul DriessenWest Germany (Federal Republic of Germany)Wolfgang UrchsHelmut HerbstFranz WinzentsenThe 1980sCurt LindaJan LenicaSwitzerlandAustriaItaly: allegro non troppoBruno BozzettoGianini and LuzzatiOsvaldo CavandoliGuido ManuliManfredo ManfrediCioni CarpiGreeceSpainFrancisco MacianThe Entertainment CompaniesThe IndependentsPortugalArtur CorreiaRicardo NetoMore talentsDenmarkLejf MarcussenJannik HastrupNorwaySweden: growthFinland: reserved and sereneIcelandEASTERN EUROPEGerman Democratic RepublicUnderground Animation FilmsCzechoslovakia: Trnka's heirsJiri BrdeckaThe Horse OperaBretislav PojarJan SvankmajerBesides the mastersSlovakiaPoland: the poetry of pessimismMiroslaw KijowiczDaniel SzczechuraStefan SchabenbeckRyzsard CzekalaExperiments, craftmanship and sarcasmHungaryYugoslavia: the new Zagreb SchoolTomica Simovic, animating the orchestraNedeljko DragicZlatko GrgicBorivoj DovnikovicIgor Savin, animating the synthesizerZlatko BourekAnte ZaninovicMarks & JutrisaPavao StalterZdenko GasparovicJosko MarusicOther ArtistsBeyond ZagrebSloveniaSerbiaNikola Majdak producedBosnia and HerzegovinaMacedoniaAlbaniaBulgariaRomaniaSoviet Union IRussiaThawAcclaimStagnationThe best animation everStagnation after StagnationQuality hatches at SoyuzmultfilmAnatoly KaranovichRoman KachanovAt long last CheburashkaAnatoly PetrovBoris StepantsevNikolay SerebriakovIvan UfimtsevVadim KurchevskyGennady SokolskyLeonid NosyrevStanislav SokolovIdeya GaraninaNina ShorinaAnd many, many moreMulttelefilm, Soyuzmultfilm's competitorAida ZyabliakovaAnatoly SolinFedor KhitrukEduard NazarovGarri BardinAndrei KhrzhanovskyYuri NorsteinFrancesca YarbusovaThe Old and the NewPerestroikaSoviet Union IIUkraine1960 -1963 the stage of formation1964-1967 creative searchesCreative upraise (1968 -1984)1985-1991. Perestroika (the rebuilding).MoldovaBelarusLithuaniaLatviaArnolds BurovsMore puppeteersStarting from cut-outsSmerlisEstoniaGeorgiaArmeniaAzerbaijanUzbekistanThe puppets of the 1960sOne decade laterThe heydayKazakhstanAmen KhaidarovKyrgyzstanTrial of strength (1977-1980)Art-houses and fairy tales (1981-1987)The triumph of art-houses (1987-1990)TajikistanASIAIsraelTurkeyIraqAnd Sesame openedIranJapanJapanese TelevisionAstro Boy and the beginning of TV animation Tezuka Osamu Mushi ProductionsTezuka ProductionsStudio TatsunokoA Production/Shin'ei DogaToei's fortunesAnimeshon sannin no kaiKuri YojiAnimation Vs Art VideoPuppet AnimationKawamoto KihachiroThe Tokusatsu factorThe anime boom in the WestBefore the anime boomIn EuropeIn the United StatesThe ten championsUFO Robo GrendizerMazinger ZUchu senkan YamatoKagaku ninja tai GatchamanUchu kaizoku Captain HarlockCandy CandyKido senshi GundamVersailles no baraUrusei yatsuraCaptain TsubasaAnimeOtakuThe Original Anime VideoCollaborationsThe Crisis of the Mid 1980sAkira and the End of the Decade ChinaVietnamIndiaThe Films DivisionLimited animationThe private studiosAnimation EducationPersonal filmsThe Black DecadeSri LankaIndonesiaThailandTaiwanMongoliaSingaporeMalaysiaThe PhilippinesHong KongNorth KoreaSouth KoreaAFRICAEgyptTunisiaAlgeriaSenegalMaliNigerBurkina FasoLiberiaIvory CoastGhanaTogoCameroonZaireBurundiZambiaMauritiusMozambiqueSouth African RepublicThe SABC Animation UnitAlternative Animation Commissioned for South African Television (1976-1988)Dave McKey Animation ServicesAnnie-Mation StudiosGlenn Coppens Cartoons LATIN AMERICAMexicoCosta RicaCubaNicaraguaColombiaVenezuelaPeruBoliviaJesus PerezBrazilUruguayArgentinaChileOCEANIAAustraliaYoram GrossIndependent filmmakersAvant-garde animationHarry ReadeNew ZealandISSUESComputers and animationThose masters' voices
Other Titles: Birth of a style-the three markets
Responsibility: Giannalberto Bendazzi.

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