Thirty years after audiences first visited Toontown, the story of the film is being told.
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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.
Five-time-Academy Award winner Ken Ralston offers his thoughts on past projects and the future of vfx.
In Part 2 of our 20th anniversary oral history of Space Jam, the crew discuss tackling new techniques for 2D animation, and gearing up for the vfx.
“Prologue,” he says, “is the only thing so far in my career that I’ve ever been really been pleased with.”
Animation veteran Uli Meyer recounts what happened when he shared his wage with co-workers on “Who Framed Roger Rabbit.”
“Who Framed Roger Rabbit” was one of the most seminal animated projects of the last thirty years, but few people are aware of the long gestation of the project.
This Sunday at the BFI Southbank in London, the British Film Institute, in association with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, will present the UK/European premiere of the reconstructed work print of Richard Williams’ “The Thief and the Cobbler.” Williams will discuss the film afterward with film critic David Robinson.
Roger Rabbit is back! The character, which began its life in an adult-oriented novel written by Gary K. Wolf, will …
Whether it be for lack of budget or a desire to take center stage, TV series creators lending their own voices to their animated …
The intersection between animation and fashion isn’t always well defined, but it is expanding. In the latest issue of Galore, Jerome …
The biographer of the film “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” reviews the 25th anniversary screening that took place in Los Angeles.
To celebrate the upcoming 80th birthday of Richard Williams, 92Y Tribeca will present three evenings of screenings devoted to his …