Video recordings for the hearing impaired
|提及的人：||Ryan Larkin; Chris Landreth|
Chris Landreth; Ryan Larkin; Laurence Green; Robin Bargar; Greg Kotis; National Film Board of Canada.; Copper Heart Entertainment.; Rhino Home Video (Firm)
|語言註釋：||English soundtrack with optional English or French subtitles for films and directors' commentaries.|
|注意：||Title from disc label.
NTSC region-free; Dolby surround 5.1 or stereo.; anamorphic widescreen format.
Insert describes each of the seven films in English and French.
Special features include: director's commentary by Chris Landreth, Ryan Larkin or Laurence Green for each of the seven films; biographies; production notes.
|獎賞：||Ryan: 2005 Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film.|
|描述：||1 videodisc (94 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 insert.|
|内容：||Ryan (13:50, 2004) / directed by Chris Landreth ; producers, Steven Hoban, Marcy Page, Mark Smith --
Alter egos (52:27, 2004) / written & directed by Laurence Green ; producers, Steven Hoban, Mark Smith, Adam Symansky --
Syrinx (2:54, 1965) / images, Ryan Larkin --
Walking = [En Marchant] (5:06, 1968) / conceived and animated by Ryan Larkin --
Street musique (8:45, 1972) / images, Ryan Larkin --
The end (6:11, 1995) / directed and animated by Chris Landreth ; written by Chris Landreth and Robin Bargar --
Bingo (5:00, 1998) / directed by Chris Landreth ; based on the play Disregard this play by Greg Kotis.
|其他題名：||Ryan: the special edition dvd|
|責任：||[a presentation of the National Film Board of Canada in association with Copper Heart Entertainment].|
Ryan uses a hand-animated three-dimensional world to explore the life of Ryan Larkin, a pioneer in Canadian animation who now lives on welfare and panhandles for spare change. The documentary Alter egos explores the paths of animators Ryan Larkin and Chris Landreth and the relationship that developed between the two men. Syrinx uses animated charcoal sketches to retell the Greek legend of how Pan made his pipes. Walking examines the way people walk. Street musique creates a visual improvisation from the music performed by sidewalk entertainers. In The end an animator discovers that he's a character in his own work. Bingo answers the question, "What if a lie is told long enough and loud enough?"
Educational Media Reviews Online (1)
(發佈的EMRO讀者 2005-09-27 )
Ryan Larkin is/was a legendary filmmaker mentored at the National Film Board of Canada by the also legendary Norman McLaren. McLaren perfected an animation technique in which every frame of the film is hand painted, and his genius and influence are universally recognized. Working with the same technique,...