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25 SEPTEMBER 2012

Presentation about Ray Harryhausen at UK Canterbury Anifest 2012

"Ray Harryhausen is known as the godfather of stop motion animation, having worked on classic films such as Jason and the Argonauts, Clash of the Titans and Sinbad. Ray Harryhausen stands as a beacon to today's fantasy filmmakers as the creator who inspired directors such as George Lucas, Peter Jackson and Steven Spielberg.

As Ray can no longer attend events, this talk will be given by Tony Dalton, curator of the Ray Harryhausen collection and co–author of Ray's books about his film work. Tony Dalton will be bringing a selection of Ray's models to the talk."

(The Marlowe Theatre, UK)

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2012Anifest Competitionanimationanimation festivalCanterbury Anifestcinema historycinema pioneer • Clash of the Titans • classic films • fantasy filmmakers • festivalfilm festivalfilm pioneerfilmmakerGeorge Lucas • Jason and the Argonauts • Ray Harryhausen • science fiction • Sinbad • special effectsSteven Spielbergstop motionstop motion animationthe magic of animation • The Marlowe Theatre • Tony Dalton • UK

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Simon Perkins
02 AUGUST 2011

Iain McCaig: a career of being creative

"Iain is an internationally recognized and award winning artist and one of the motion picture industry's leading conceptual designers. His exceptional command of human anatomy, character, emotional expression and visual narrative make him on of the most sought after artists working in the entertainment industry today."

(Iain McCaig, University of New South Wales)

Fig.1 Published on 25 Jul 2011 by UNSWCommunity

[At 19:00 the interviewer explains that Andrew Pienaar from Pixar describes his process of becoming 'creatively unstuck' as one where he refers to images that he has collected which he has stored in a drawer at Pixar. He explained that sometimes it's enough to just imagine the images in the collection for him to become 'unstuck'. Iain McCaig (19:45 – 20:45) builds on this by explaining that he understands the same process in terms of a metaphor of a library where the library is a 'resource in your mind' that you constantly keep referring and adding to –that you constantly keep re–reading.]

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Andrew Pienaar • animatorartart and design practitionerscabinet of curiosities • career in animation • collection of ideascollection of references • College of Fine Arts • concept art • concept artist • creative practice • creatively unstuck • creativitydrawingfantasyfantasy art • filing cabinet metaphor • film concept design • flip it • George Lucas • Glasgow School of Art • hero • Iain McCaig • ideasillustratorinspiration • library metaphor • practitioner interview • resource in your mind • Sesame StreetsketchstorytellingUniversity of New South WalesUNSW • UNSW COFA • visual storytelling

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Simon Perkins
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