Williams, one of the world’s most acclaimed animators, has died aged 86. We look back over his wide-ranging career.
Director and animator Richard Williams died Friday evening at his home in Bristol, England. He was 86.
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Academy Award winner Ed Jones explains what it took to create “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” in the days before digital vfx.
The living animation master turned 85 years old today.
A complete list of winners from a historic night in European animation history.
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“I do think that animation can have a language of its own, rather than simply mimicking live action.”