What if the animation Oscars were chosen by people who knew nothing about animation?
Tag: The Tale of the Princess Kaguya
Acting instructor Ed Hooks explores the acting and performance in each of this year’s Oscar-nominated animation features.
We present complete coverage of the animation-related Oscar nominees for the 87th annual Academy Awards.
“I do think that animation can have a language of its own, rather than simply mimicking live action.”
The Golden Globes, handed out by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, have announced that 17 animated features are eligible for consideration this year.
The Los Angeles Film Critics Association have just named Isao Takahata’s “The Tale of the Princess Kaguya” as the top animated film of 2014
Laika’s “The Boxtrolls” topped the noms with a total of thirteen; the awards will be handed out January 31, 2015, in Los Angeles, California.
Disney’s “Big Hero 6,” directed by Don Hall and Chris Williams, topped the United States box office with a first weekend gross of $56.2 million.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences announced yesterday afternoon that 20 animated features have been submitted for Oscar consideration in the 2014 animated feature category.
“The Book of Life” scored $10 million in its second weekend, which was good for 5th place at the U.S. box office, while “Big Hero 6” opened strong in Russia.
See Isao Takahata’s Oscar-contending “The Tale of the Princess Kaguya” in the following theaters this weekend.
With eight months of the year nearly passed, we’re beginning to get a clearer sense of who the major contenders will be in the upcoming award season.
GKIDS announced today that they have entered into a distribution agreement with Studio Ghibli for the North American rights to “The Tale of The Princess Kaguya,” the new film by 78-year-old director Isao Takahata.
Last month a Japanese TV crew traveled to Pixar where director Isao Takahata was treating the studio’s artists to a screening of his new Studio Ghibli film “The Story of Princess Kaguya.”
Let’s ring in the new year with a look ahead at the animated features of 2013.