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A Twitter thread of historically significant animated movies, all extremely hard to find physically in the US and UK and/or in desperate need of restoration. (The original post being in response to there being a Criterion Collection edition announces for WALL-E.)
Films made on the animation course at the Royal College of Art going back to the early '90s.
(Via @jimlefevre on Twitter)
PUPARIA, a ahort animated film by Shingo Tamagawa
(Via @ethanmaldridge on Twitter)
I really enjoyed Words Bubble Up Like Soda Pop, a Japanese animated film available on Netflix. The setup is as old as time: haiku-writing boy collides with live-streaming girl in a shopping centre built on the site of an old vinyl-pressing plant. Energetic, colourful animation that makes a lot of anime look pastel by comparison.
(Linking to the Japanese site because there isn’t an official one in English.)
Whimsical 1959 Japanese animated short about a cat making a film with mice actors in a super-automated film studio.
(Via @tinybirbsakuga on Twitter)
The Art of the Title discusse show the end titles for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse were designed and created.
(Via @artofthetitle on Twitter)
Hair Love by Matthew A. Cherry, tells the story of an African American father learning to do his daughter’s hair for the first time.
An elaborate hand-animated sequence using Disney’s multiplane camera technique.
(Via kottke.org on Twitter)
‘Marble is a science and art collective that tackles complex problems affecting children around the world. Marble brings together world-class scientists, strategists, and designers to leverage corporate data, scientific breakthroughs, and visual arts to accelerate impact for child rights.’
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(Via Data Breach)
(Via Nick Kondo 近藤 on Twitter)Noted by Damian Cugley .