The illusion of life : essays on animation / edited by Alan Cholodenko
Sydney: Power Publications, in association with the Australian Film Commission, Sydney, 1991.
Call No: 772 ILL Author: Cholodenko, Alan CorpAuthor: Power Institute of Fine Arts Place: Sydney Publisher: Power Publications, in association with the Australian Film Commission, Sydney PubDate: 1991 PhysDes: 312 p. : ill. ; 21 cm Subject: ANIMATION; CONFERENCES. AUSTRALIA. AMIMATION; CARTOONS; JONES, CHUCK; MAGIC TOYSHOP, THE (UK, David Wheatley, 1986); WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT (US, Roger Zemekis, 1988); FLY, THE (US, David Cronenberg, 1986) Notes: Published by the Power Institute of Fine Arts, University of Sydney; "Based on ... The Illusion of life, the world's first international conference on animation and Australia's first large-scale international festival of animation" -- p. 9; Includes bibliographical references ISBN: 0909952183 LON: 7242798 Contents: Introduction / Alan Cholodenko -- What's up, down under? / Chuck Jones talks at THE ILLUSION OF LIFE conference -- The animation of sound / Philip Brophy -- Saturday Morning Fever / Ben Crawford -- Life-threatening life: Angela Carter and the uncanny / Robyn Ferrell -- Animation - AIDS in science/fiction / Rosalyn Diprose and Cathryn Vasseleu -- The work-shop of filty animation / Peter Hutchings -- For the noise of a fly / Lisa Trahair -- 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit', or the framing of animation / Alan Cholodenko -- PRHSTHR: The T(r)opology of pyromania / Keith Clancy -- The illusion of illusion / Keith Broadfoot and Rex Butler -- Mosaic infinity / Edward Colless and David Kelly -- Appendix More info
Offscreen onscreen : the inside stories of 60 great films / Peter van Gelder
London: Aurum, 1990.
Call No: 792(047.1) GEL Author: Van Gelder, Peter Place: London Publisher: Aurum PubDate: 1990 PhysDes: 288 p. : ill. ; 24 cm Subject: AIRPLANE (US, Jim Abrahams & David Zucker & Jerry Zucker, 1980); ANNIE HALL (US, Woody Allen, 1977); APOCALYPSE NOW (US, Francis Ford Coppola, 1979); BATMAN (US, Tim Burton, 1989); BEVERLY HILLS COP (US, Martin Brest, 1984); BONNIE AND CLYDE (US, Arthur Penn, 1967); BRIEF ENCOUNTER (UK, David Lean, 1945); BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID (US, George Roy Hill, 1969); CARRY ON CLEO (UK, Gerald Thomas, 1964); CASABLANCA (US, Michael Curtiz, 1942); CHARIOTS OF FIRE (UK, Hugh Hudson, 1981); CITIZEN KANE (US, Orson Welles, 1941); CROCODILE DUNDEE (AT, Peter Faiman, 1986); DAM BUSTERS, THE (UK, Michael Anderson, 1955); DIRTY HARRY (US, Don Siegel, 1971); DUCK SOUP (US, Leo McCarey, 1933); EASY RIDER (US, Dennis Hopper, 1969); E.T. THE EXTRA TERRESTRIAL (US, Steven Spielberg, 1982); EXORCIST, THE (US, William Friedkin, 1973); FANTASIA (US, Walt Disney, 1940); FATAL ATTRACTION (US, Adrian Lyne, 1987); [FORTY-SECOND] 42ND STREET (US, Lloyd Bacon, 1933); FRANKENSTEIN (US, James Whale, 1931); FRENCH CONNECTION, THE (US, William Friedkin, 1971); GENEVIEVE (UK, Henry Cornelius, 1953); GODFATHER, THE (US, Francis Ford Coppola, 1972); GOLDFINGER (UK, Guy Hamilton, 1964); GONE WITH THE WIND (US, Victor Fleming, 1939); GRADUATE, THE (US, Mike Nichols, 1967); GREASE (US, Randal Kleisner, 1978); HARD DAY'S NIGHT, A (UK, Richard Lester, 1964); HENRY V (UK, Laurence Olivier, 1944); HIGH NOON (US, Fred Zinnemann, 1952); HIGH SOCIETY (US, Charles Walters, 1956); IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT (US, Frank Capra, 1934); KING KONG (US, Merian C. Cooper & Ernest B. Schoedsack, 1933); LAVENDER HILL MOB, THE (UK, Charles Crichton, 1951); LAWRENCE OF ARABIA (UK, David Lean, 1962); MAGNIFICENT SEVEN, THE (UK, John Sturges, 1960); MALTESE FALCON, THE (US, John Huston, 1941); M*A*S*H (US, Robert Altman, 1969); ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST (US, Milos Forman, 1975); PINK PANTHER, THE (US, Blake Edwards, 1964); PSYCHO (US, Alfred Hitchcock, 1960); RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK (US, Steven Spielberg, 1981); RAMBO : FIRST BLOOD PART II (US, George Pan Cosmatos, 1985); REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE (US, Nicholas Ray, 1955); ROAD TO MOROCCO (US, David Butler, 1942); SINGIN' IN THE RAIN (US, Gene Kelly & Stanley Donen, 1952); SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS (US, David Hand, 1937); SOME LIKE IT HOT (US, Billy Wilder, 1959); SOUND OF MUSIC, THE (US, Robert Wise, 1965); STAGECOACH (US, John Ford, 1939); STAR WARS (US, George Lucas, 1977); THIRD MAN, THE (UK, Carol Reed, 1949); TOOTSIE (US, Sydney Pollack, 1982); TOP HAT (US, Mark Sandrich, 1935); [TWO THOUSAND AND ONE] 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (UK, Stanley Kubrick, 1968); WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT (US, Roger Zemekis, 1988); WIZARD OF OZ, THE (US, Victor Fleming, 1939) ISBN: 1854101617; 1854101617 (pbk) : ¦9.95 : CIP confirmed LON: bnc85410161; 7335916 More info
Pulling a rabbit out of a hat : the making of Roger Rabbit / Ross Anderson
Jackson: University Press of Mississippi Jackson, 2019.
Call No: 79 WHO AND Author: Ross, Anderson CorpAuthor: Proquest Source: US Place: Jackson Publisher: University Press of Mississippi Jackson PubDate: 2019 PhysDes: xiv, 356 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm. Subject: WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT (US, Roger Zemekis, 1988) Summary: "Who Framed Roger Rabbit emerged at a nexus of people, technology, and circumstances that is historically, culturally, and aesthetically momentous. By the 1980s, animation seemed a dying art. Not even the Walt Disney Company, which had already won over thirty Academy Awards, could stop what appeared to be the end of an animation era. To revitalize popular interest in animation, Disney needed to reach outside its own studio and create the distinctive film that helped usher in a Disney Renaissance. That film, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, though expensive and controversial, debuted in theaters to huge success at the box office in 1988. Unique in its conceit of cartoons living in the real world, Who Framed Roger Rabbit magically blended live action and animation, carrying with it a humor that still resonates with audiences. Upon the film's release, Disney's marketing program led the audience to believe that Who Framed Roger Rabbit was made solely by director Bob Zemeckis, director of animation Dick Williams, and the visual effects company Industrial Light & Magic, though many Disney animators contributed to the project. Author Ross Anderson interviewed over 140 artists to tell the story of how they created something truly magical. Anderson describes the ways in which the Roger Rabbit characters have been used in film shorts, commercials, and merchandising, and how they have remained a cultural touchstone today."--Provided by publisher. Notes: Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN: 9781496822338 Donation: Senses of Cinema Contents: Chapter one. Early days at Disney -- Chapter two. Enter Amblin -- Chapter three. London calling -- Chapter four. Animation-The Forum -- Chapter five. The Glendale unit -- Chapter six. Effects magicians -- Chapter seven. Wrap up-- Chapter eight. Commercials, television, shorts, and sequels --
Chapter nine. At the parks -- Chapter ten. Merchandising the rabbit -- Chapter eleven. The story continues More info
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WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT : (US, Roger Zemekis, 1988)