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State of the Arts: Film Animation: Past, Present, Future
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In 1995, Toy Story became the first computer-generated animated film, ushering in a new golden age of animation. Where does animation stand now, 22 years later, as an art form and an industry in North Texas? KERA Senior Arts Producer-Reporter Jerome Weeks will speak with local animators Bryan Engram of Brazen Animation, Brandon Oldenburg of Flight School Studio, and Dr. Midori Kitagawa, Associate Professor of Arts and Technology at UT Dallas, about the current state of film animation in North Texas.
Presented in partnership with KERA’s Art&Seek and Dallas Film Society
Tickets available at the door. General admission $5, FREE for DMA Members, Art&Seek Members, and Dallas Film Society Members.
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