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Terri went along to see what was new this year and found the stand out programme to literally be standing out of the screen – in stereoscopic 3D that is.

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HGK Lucerne HGK Lucerne (Switzerland): Playing with “truth” in the image

Gerd Gockell, accoladed for his work in abstract animation, diverted the discussion to a fascinating insight into, arguably, the only new film genre of the last 40 years, fake documentaries. Gockell quickly pointed out, “nearly everything is done already [in abstract animation], the young don’t know the history, so are reinventing the wheel again. The new challenge is to experiment with the structure of the story”.
Image: "Après le chat", Marina Rosset, HGK-Luzern

Australian Animation: From Devils who turn good, and supermarket musical massacres

As members of the film industry’s less glamorous family, animators could easily be mistaken for a minority group, and when coupled with the burden of constructing their art-form in a relatively isolated, under-funded, culturally poor environment they could be forgiven for their inconspicuous nature. But the truth of the matter is a far different story. Australians punch well above their weight on the world circuit of animation. We have a creative soul and collectively pull together to dream and create in an animated frenzy of film each year
Image: "Burley" Directors: Dave Edwardz, Gareth Cowen 2007

What's Up With Abstract Animation?

A few weeks ago a colleague and I were invited to present a program of Australian animation to an audience of non-english speaking animation lecturers. The selection of the program was a challenge not because of the language problems in the presentation itself, we had a translator, but in the choice of films to screen. It suddenly dawned on us just how much Australian animation relies on dialogue for its delivery, which raised some very interesting questions. If animation is the universal language of visual ideas then why do so many animators lean towards narrative and dialogue driven delivery styles - and just what’s up with abstract animation anyway?
Image: "Kinetics 2" (2003) Annemarie Szeleczky

SIGGRAPH 08 celebrates the third generation launch of 3D cinema

SIGGRAPH is a premiere event in the computing arts programme with more than 30,000 attendees. Terri Dentry went along to see what was new this year and found the stand out programme to literally be standing out of the screen – in stereoscopic 3D that is.
Image: Annabel Sebag, France, "l'homme a tete de poule" SIGGRAPH 2008