"A number of animators fired by Disney when it closed its Florida animation studios last year have formed their own company, Legacy Animation Studios, and announced Thursday that they plan to set up shop in Winter Garden, Florida later this month. 'We believe that traditionally animated films are still a viable form of entertainment,' Legacy's directing manager, Eddie Pittman, said in a statement. 'Our goal is to create quality animated films with compelling stories and strong characters and to continue Walt Disney's legacy of hand drawn animation.'"
via Ain't It Cool News
|:: posted by Donald Melanson, 1/11/2004|
Monday, January 05, 2004
It's still a tossup whether 2003 was a great year for movies. But there's no argument that it was one of the most gratifying years in recent memory for cinematography, and not just the eye-catching, high-contrast color gloss that often passes for great camera work but would be better relegated to press-on nails.
|:: posted by Donald Melanson, 1/05/2004|
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