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A new history of animation / Maureen Furniss.

By: Furniss, Maureen.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Thames & Hudson, cop. 2016Description: 464 str. : ilustr. djelomično u bojama) ; 28 cm.ISBN: 0500292094; 9780500292099.Subject(s): Animation (Cinematography) -- History | Animated film industry -- History | Animated films -- History | Computer animation -- History | animacija - povijest | kompjuterska animacija | animirani film
Contents:
Setting the scene for animation -- The magic of early cinema -- Foundations of the animation industry -- The late silent era and the coming of sound -- Animation as a modern art -- Disney's new aesthetic -- Style and the Fleischer Studio -- Comedy and the dominance of American animation -- Animation in Word War II -- International developments in postwar animation -- Stop-motion approaches -- Midcentury shifts in American design -- Early television animation -- Postwar experimentation -- New audiences for animated features -- The emergence of electronic games -- Voices from the Eastern Bloc -- Authorship in animated shorts -- The Disney renaissance -- Television as a creative space -- Computer-generated animation in features -- The culture of Japanese animation -- The panorama of world animation -- Animation in the art world.
List(s) this item appears in: Komparativna-prinove 2016
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Setting the scene for animation -- The magic of early cinema -- Foundations of the animation industry -- The late silent era and the coming of sound -- Animation as a modern art -- Disney's new aesthetic -- Style and the Fleischer Studio -- Comedy and the dominance of American animation -- Animation in Word War II -- International developments in postwar animation -- Stop-motion approaches -- Midcentury shifts in American design -- Early television animation -- Postwar experimentation -- New audiences for animated features -- The emergence of electronic games -- Voices from the Eastern Bloc -- Authorship in animated shorts -- The Disney renaissance -- Television as a creative space -- Computer-generated animation in features -- The culture of Japanese animation -- The panorama of world animation -- Animation in the art world.

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