Sunday, April 25, 2004
Animation's History
The : "In the heyday of hand drawn animation, when elephants soared and crickets did the soft shoe, they did so frame by painstakingly-rendered frame. But time and technology have created new characters, even colors. They've also found the keys to a new Magic Kingdom: the third dimension. Betty Boop wouldn't believe her eyes. Now, some worry that by finding Nemo, we're losing a cherished art form."

Derek Lamb, Oscar-winning animator
Jerry Beck, animation historian and author, most recently, of "Outlaw Animation"
Eric Goldberg, independent director-animator whose film credits include Disney's "Alladin," "Pocahontas," and "Fantasia 2000"

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