The World of Movie Posters — The Script Blog

Movie posters are complex entities. Occasionally they are works of art, but this is not its main goal. Their mission is another: to sell a movie, a concept, an image, a title, a tag line. 25 more words via The World of Movie Posters — The Script Blog

For Screenwriters: How Toy Story 3 Was Written — The Script Blog

Michael Arndt acquired prestige as a screenwriter with Little Miss Sunshine (2006), a great character-driven comedy that became a success. The future held for Arndt titles like Oblivion (2013), Hunger Games 2 (2013) and The Force Awakens (2015), but this… … 26 more words via For Screenwriters: How Toy Story 3 Was Written — The Script… Continue reading For Screenwriters: How Toy Story 3 Was Written — The Script Blog

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ANIMATION Best Scene Screenplay: Pizza Company, by Michael Bruno

When two pizza delivery drivers get stuck in the fallout of a superhero battle, they must maneuver their way through extra-ordinary obstacles to make the thirty-minute deadline. CAST LIST: NARRATIOR: Allison Kampf HAROLD (M): Shawn Devlin DEVON (M): Sean Ballantyne MR. CECIL (M): Bill Poulin — Producer/Director: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com Festival Moderators: Matthew Toffolo, Rachel… Continue reading ANIMATION Best Scene Screenplay: Pizza Company, by Michael Bruno

ANIMATION 1st Scene Screenplay: TO SEA, Luc Alper-Leroux

An animated adventure film that tells the story of a mysterious young sea creature that gets trapped on land and must find its way back to sea before it turns into a human being. CAST LIST: Narrator: Allison Kampf CAPTAIN/VOUVEAU (M): Sean Ballantyne FISHERMAN/NARRATOR role (M): Bill Poulin — Producer/Director: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com Festival Moderators:… Continue reading ANIMATION 1st Scene Screenplay: TO SEA, Luc Alper-Leroux

Do You Remember? #223: Snoopy: The Musical — The Reviewing Network

Snoopy: The Musical is the 31st prime-time animated TV specials, based on characters from the Charles M. Schulz comic strip Peanuts. It is an animated adaptation of the musical of the same name, and originally aired on the CBS network on January 29, 1988. This is one of the two musicals in the Peanuts franchise […]… Continue reading Do You Remember? #223: Snoopy: The Musical — The Reviewing Network

Only Yesterday (1991) — The EOFFTV Review

Original title: Omoide Poro Poro While Hayao Miyazaki sailed an increasingly fantastical journey with his films for Studio Ghibli, the company’s other founder and main director Isao Takahata favoured more down to earth themes. After the harrowing Grave of the Fireflies (1988), he made the altogether gentler but no less impressive Only Yesterday, a poignant […]… Continue reading Only Yesterday (1991) — The EOFFTV Review

Interview with artist Raphael Dada – we chat talent, doodles, the importance of language & entering into the creative industry as a black artist…. — The Culture Vulture NE

I’ve been super excited about this Culture Vulture artist interview for ages – another Instagram find through The Social Distance Art Project – artist Raphael Dada- @artbyadrafa on Instagram. I discovered Raphael’s work before George Floyd’s murder and the social justice and civil rights movement that followed and continues to the present (keep it going!). […]… Continue reading Interview with artist Raphael Dada – we chat talent, doodles, the importance of language & entering into the creative industry as a black artist…. — The Culture Vulture NE

‘Hair Love’: HBO Max Orders Animated Series Based on Oscar-Winning Short!! — Welcome to Moviz Ark!

Now this is some good news – HBO Max has ordered a 12-episode season of an all-new, 2D animated series called Young Love, based on the Oscar-winning short film “Hair Love.” The new series was created by Matthew A. Cherry, who will also serve as showrunner alongside Carl Jones. Timing wasn’t announced but the animation […]… Continue reading ‘Hair Love’: HBO Max Orders Animated Series Based on Oscar-Winning Short!! — Welcome to Moviz Ark!