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Masters of animation. Volume 4, Japan, Computer animation, parts I and II

Author: John HalasDavid HealyOswald LaurenceEducational Film Centre.Home Vision (Firm)All authors
Publisher: [S.l.] : Educational Film Centre ; Chicago, IL : Home Vision [distributor], 1986.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape : Partial animation   Visual material : English
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Volume four features segments on animated filmmaking from Japan and a survey of the use of computers to produce animated films. Examines the role of computer animation technology in opening up new horizons in space research, medicine, the entertainment industry, architecture, advertising and the arts.
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Osamu Tezuka; Robi Roncarelli; Alan Kitching; Bob Abel; John Whitney, Jr.; Charles Csuri
Material Type: Partial animation, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: John Halas; David Healy; Oswald Laurence; Educational Film Centre.; Home Vision (Firm); Antics (Firm); Robert Abel & Associates.; Digital Productions.; Cranston-Csuri (Firm); Omnibus (Firm); Pacific Data Images.; New York Institute of Technology.; Computer Creations (Firm); Rede Globo.; Toyolinks Corporation.; Sogitec Audiovisuel.; Evans & Sutherland.; Lodge-Cheesman Associates.; Apollo Computer (Firm); Hiroshima Daigaku.; Moving Picture Company.; Mount Fuji (Firm)
OCLC Number: 30129190
Notes: Program guide inserted in container.
Volume 4 or a 4 part series.
Credits: Producer/director, John Halas ; associate producer, Jean-Marc Peyron ; editor, Sean Lenihan ; commentary, David Healy, Oswald Laurence ; original music, Peter Shade, Richard Arnell, David Hewson.
Cast: Interviews: Osamu Tezuka, Robi Roncarelli, Alan Kitching, Bob Abel, John Whitney, Jr., Charles Csuri.
Description: 1 videocassette (VHS) (84 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Contents: Japanese / R. Kinoshita --
Spotlight / S. Tsukioka --
Love / Y. Kuri --
Clay animals / F. Yusaki --
House of flame / K. Kawamoto --
Dojoji Temple / K. Kawamoto --
Pica Don / Renzo & Sayoko, Kinoshita --
Broken down film / O. Tezuka --
Jumping / O. Tezuka. (Animation firms): INA (Paris) --
Antics (London) --
Robert Abel & Associates (Hollywood, Calif.) --
Digital Productions (Los Angeles, Calif.) --
Cranston-Csuri (Columbus, Ohio) --
Omnibus (Hollywood, Calif.) --
Pacific Data Images (Sunnyvale, Calif.) --
New York Institute of Technology --
Computer Creations (South Bend, Ind.) --
Educational Film Center (London) --
TV Globo (Brazil) --
Toyolinks Corporation (Tokyo) --
Sogitec Audiovisuel (Paris) --
Evans & Sutherland (Salt Lake City, Utah) --
Lodge-Cheesman Associates (London) --
Apollo Computer Inc. (Boston, Mass) --
University of Hiroshima --
Moving Picture Company (London) --
Mount Fuji (Tokyo).

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Volume four features segments on animated filmmaking from Japan and a survey of the use of computers to produce animated films. Examines the role of computer animation technology in opening up new horizons in space research, medicine, the entertainment industry, architecture, advertising and the arts.

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