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Adaptation for animation : transforming literature frame by frame

Author: Hannes Rall
Publisher: Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press/Taylor & Francis Group, [2020] ©2020
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Talented animation artists often neglect successful storytelling in favor of strong visuals, but now you can have both with this complete guide to adaptation for animation. Veteran independent filmmakerHannes Rall teaches you how to draw and adapt inspiration from copyright-free materials like fairy tales, myths, and classic literature, making it easier than ever to create your own compelling narrative. Particular  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Hannes Rall
ISBN: 9781317501176 1317501179 9781315714493 1315714493 9781317501169 1317501160 9781317501152 1317501152
OCLC Number: 1105557149
Description: 1 online resource : illustrations
Contents: "It is the world, which is within the head of the artist" : a closer look at the history of animated adaptations : an interview with Giannalberto Bendazzi --
"Animation can aspire to poetic imagery and feeling" : an interview with John Canemaker --
Animated ever after : the fairy tale adaptation --
Things that go bump on the screen : adapting gothic literature for animation --
As you like it : adapting Shakespeare for animation --
Sushi on sauerkraut? Transcultural adaptation --
Visual poetry and experimental adaptation : rhyme with reason --
Uncharted territories : adapting contemporary literature for animation --
Visual development and artistic research : how story defines style for animated adaptations.
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Talented animation artists often neglect successful storytelling in favor of strong visuals, but now you can have both with this complete guide to adaptation for animation. Veteran independent filmmakerHannes Rall teaches you how to draw and adapt inspiration from copyright-free materials like fairy tales, myths, and classic literature, making it easier than ever to create your own compelling narrative. Particular focus is given to making the adequate narrative and visual choices when transferring a text from page to screen: How to create a successful adaptation. With sections on subjects like transcultural adaptations, visual poetry and production design, this book is just the right mix of practical advice, lavish illustrations, and industry case studies to give you everything you need to start adapting your story today. Key features: Learn to apply concepts of adapting classic and modern literature for animation in different techniques; Exclusive interviews with animation legends Giannalberto Bendazzi, John Canemaker, Ishu Patel and Georges Schwizgebel; Lavishly illustrated with 325 color images (mostly never published before) that give thrilling insights into the visual development of award-winning animated adaptations.

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