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The Animation Renaissance July 31, 2019
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IN THE 80S AND 90S… There was more animation created between 1985 and 2005 than all animation combined since the beginning of time… why? It was the “Animation Renaissance of Animation”
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1. Success breeds success Disney success with the Lion King (Beauty & the Beast, Little Mermaid and Aladdin ) was followed by Pocahontas (1994-Menken Best Song and Best Score), Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996), Hercules (1998), Tarzan (1999 Oscar Best Song), and Fantasia 2000 representing about $1.5 billion at the box o ce and $3 billion in additional revenue
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The Hollywood studios which had been synergizing with cable and reboots decided it was time to enter the Tentpole, High-Risk realm of animation The other studios took note and “it was on”
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July 4 Memorial Day Veteran’s Day Thanksgiving Christmas Valentine’s Day Easter Studio-created major films Studio Pick-Up Films or play outs
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Fox Animation Strategy : Compete head to head with Disney-like productions with 20th Century Fox budgets and nameplate What big name free agent could they hire? Hired Don Bluth to do three films starting with Anastasia and Titan A.E. Review
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High budget tentpole with one tie-in to traditional WB characters Ramped up with three high budget and one mid budget animation e ff ort with “The Iron Giant”, “Quest for Camelot” and the live action plus animated “Osmosis Jones” and “Space Jam” Warner Brothers Feature Animation Review
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Spielberg and Co. decides to go computer-based animation Dreamworks Animation launched with a first film coming out in 1998 “Antz” with over $100 million budget Lacking a distribution channel, signed on with Paramount to distribute films Signed a deal with Nick Park and Aardman to do British claymation films Dreamworks Review
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Avoided tentpole animation Made 20 straight-to-video titles relying on franchises its already owned The Land Before Time 2-14 Balto 2 & 3 Hercules and Xena live action shows became a one- shot animated D-t-V Van Helsing: The London Assignment Signed a multi-picture deal with Alvin & the Chipmunk’s owner Ross Bagdasarian Jr. to create new Alvin films Universal Animation Review
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The aforementioned computer-based animation company lacked funding to make its first features and had no distribution arm They signed a deal with Disney to distribute five original films with Disney providing production money and the companies would split the revenues 50/50 with Disney getting all of the sequel rights And Disney would take the prime release spots for its features Pixar Review
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Slow to the plate, Sony created its animation division in 2002 Sony Pictures Animation Review
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The Japanese animation studio would be relying heavily on two main directors and co-founders to deliver a steady stream of feature films Isao Takahata Hayao Miyazaki International and home video handled by Walt Disney’s Buena Vista and Toho releasing in Japan, the studio had final cut approval (“no cuts” once they leave the studio) Studio Ghibli Review
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  • Summer '19
  • Sedman
  • Traditional animation, Motion capture

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