AnimationaArt and Industry is an introductory reader covering a broad range of animation studies topics, focusing on both American and international contexts. It provides information about key individuals in the fields of both independent and experimental animation, and introduces a variety of topics relevant to the critical study of mediaacensorship, representations of gender and race, and the relationship between popular culture and fine art. Essays span the silent era to the present, include new media such as web animation and gaming, and address animation made using a variety of techniques.... something that stood apart from the confrontational kids-against-adults stories of so many Japanese animated works, a film ... a young audiencea#39;s minds with conflict and struggle.7 Yet, when he had to get the story down on paper, his mind went blank. ... the movie expresses the dread of loss that a very young child cannot articulate, from the heart of one who remembers ... Parts of the region still have remnants of woodland, and Miyazaki has given and continues to give support to ananbsp;...
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