Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Animation Practice, Production & Process issue 7 is now available

Intellect is excited to announce that Animation Practice, Production & Process issue 7 is now available!

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Aims & Scope

Animation Practice, Process & Production is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal presenting, analysing and advancing how animation is created and shown. From Pixar to Parn, Aardman to X-Men, motion capture to mobile phone, GUI to gallery, all forms of animation will be revealed and assessed. Illustrated contributions are invited from practitioners and scholars of animation. Innovative models of critical presentation and analysis are especially encouraged. All topics engaged with the practice, process and production of animation, from a range of perspectives, will be considered.

Issue 7


‘The Dolph War did not take place’: Simulation, immersion and storytelling 
Paul Wells


Drawn to 360°: How can the aesthetics and qualities of traditional 2D animation storytelling add to the immersive VR projection paradigm?
Millie Young

Emersive storytelling: An exploration of animation and the fourth wall as a tool for critical thinking 
Eva Wijers

The possibility of documentation through animation: A comparative study of the animated short Pica-Don and other artworks addressing social/ historical issues
Makiko Nagao

Hysteria: An autoethnographic reflection on making an animated documentary film from archive material
Alys Scott-Hawkins

Infusing local culture in Singaporean animation: Developing a framework of cultural specifics from a study of contemporary cinema in Singapore
Qing Sheng Ang

Not (A) Part: Handmade animation, materialism and eco-aesthetic cinema
Vicky Smith

How universities can better engage with the animation/VFX sector in Scotland 
Jonathan Mortimer


Interview with Michael Dudok de Wit, award-winning animator, director and illustrator (The Red Turtle, Father and Daughter)
Matthew Floyd