JAPIC: Animation Artist in Residence Tokyo 2014

International Invitation Program for Animation Artists in Residence Tokyo 2014

Looks awesome

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Animating atoms (the world’s smallest actors)

Nothing short of amazing:  planning, patience and grit.  This is the result of IBM researchers using a scanning tunneling microscope to film the world’s smallest actors in a -260 Centigrade environment (to hold the atoms still) one frame at a time.

and this is how they animated by “feeling the shape of each atom”:

RIP:Ray Harryhausen, special-effects legend, dies at 92


From the LA Times:

Ray Harryhausen pioneered stop-motion animation, creating classics such as ‘The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms,’ and ‘The 7th Voyage of Sinbad.’ Without his work, ‘there never would have been a “Star Wars” or a “Jurassic Park,”’ Steven Spielberg said.

[am] Miwa Matreyek at The Cube

[AM] Conversations with Michel Gondry

«If you let your idea down, your idea won’t trust you in the future»

Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy?: Screening!

Prof. Chomsky, Michel Gondry, Michel Oshima, Ashley Davis, Beverly Stohl, Sebastien Casino, Council of the Arts at MIT, Lecture Series Committee: THANK YOU! Pictures of an amazing night.

Miwa Matreyek: Confirmed.

We are rete happy! to be hosting Miwa Matreyek February the 28th.

Performance  + Q&A