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  1. WALL-E. Humanamente tecnológicos

    Madrid Brito, Débora
    [EN] Animation cinema has frequently brought up the conflict generated between the human and the technological in the background of scientific development. In the case of Wall-E, the exchange of roles between humans and robots becomes evident. Through the relations between its characters suggested by the plot, the film proposes a discussion about the human needing the technological to achieve development. From the depiction and interpretation of some elements of the movie, this essay will demonstrate how the movie conveys the ambiguity and exchange of roles between the human and the technological, proposing Wall-E’s story as a relevant sample of...

  2. Los pioneros olvidados del anime: el caso de Kenzo Masaoka

    Montero Plata, Laura
    [EN] Within the anime evolution, Kenzo Masaoka name is one of the most forgotten. The great pioneer and explorer of cell and sound techniques, Masaoka made a risky and transcendental decision when he decided to abandon the most traditional stream of Japanese animation, which resulted in an enormous budget increase. Well versed in both Eastern and Western Painting, his relevance in the configuration of the anime and also his contribution to the assimilation and development of foreign techniques and the introduction of new narrative motives indicate him as the key figure of Toei Animation’s birth.

  3. El arte de la animación selectiva en las series de anime contemporáneas

    Horno López, Antonio
    [EN] This essay exposes the background reasons and the context where limited animation was originated, a peculiar Japanese technique of saving costs at the production of anime series. Through the analysis of fragments of recent anime TV series, the paper will demonstrate how these economical processes have evolved over the years into what we can call selective animation, which results in a significant improvement in the quality of animation images, becoming the greatest asset for its expansion worldwide.

  4. De los Grimm a Disney. Un estudio narratológico de la adaptación de Blancanieves

    Sánchez Hernández, Tomás
    [EN] The works of the Disney Studios have been widely critisized from its inception. The filmography of the “Factory” has received both attacks and praise from every direction, and its creators —especially its founder— have been accused of defending diverse political principles under the camouflage of their films’ naivety. In most cases, this criticism has relied on simple intuition and ideological prejudice. The aim of the present analysis is approaching the first animated feature film produced by the Disney Studios so as to characterize the process carried out by the Company’s creative staff when rewriting a popular tale by The Brothers...

  5. Conferencia internacional en ilustración y animación CONFIA. Compartiendo y celebrando la investigación

    Tavares, Paula
    [EN] The International Conference on Illustration and Animation CONFIA is a place for open debate on the theoretical research and practice about these related areas. This paper reviews its last edition, held in Porto, Portugal, where a very interesting group of international experts came together: artists, researchers and theorists. Paula Tavares reports some considerations on the most relevant papers from this meeting, which exposed some of the focal topics of current practice and research — from the traditional ways of making to the latest technological innovations. With this paper we aim to open the way to CONFIA 2014, which we...

  6. Bogotá: imaginarios de ciudad en tres obras animadas

    Arce, Ricardo; Hernando Sosa, Diego
    [EN] There isn’s any city without a path. Three animated short films present different views about Bogotá as a complex and diverse city of intersections. While the films capture the ordinary sights and the contradictory visions that define this urban landscape —as the space of daily experience—, it is also possible to find in these animated images a city as an organic and dynamic element, which essence remains open to new gazes.

  7. Stop Motion Don't Stop, la exposición

    Herráiz Zornoza, Beatriz
    [EN] In 2013 and for barely two months, it was seen in the Valencian MuVIM the exhibition Spot Motion Don’t Stop, curated by MacDiego, which reunited the work of three stop motion animation production companies settled down in Valencia. These companies are featuring now series and films which compete at international level. Javier Tostado, Sam and Pablo Llorens, commanding Clay Animation, Conflictivos Productions and Potens Plastianimation respectively, brought us their creations, their styles and their working methods. Also, in the exhibition was carried out part of the production of Clay Kids, with the whole team working in front to the...

  8. Prime the animation! La experiencia de una singular unión entre escuelas

    Busto Algarín, Antonio Jesús
    [EN] The program “Prime the Animation!” brings together the best work made in 2012-13 by animation students from Middlesex University (London, UK), Universitat Politècnica de València (Spain) and Emily Carr University of Art + Design (Vancouver, Canada). Although this common initiative began as part of the festival Cinema Jove 2013, from Valencia , it just started a tour screening beyond the originally planned, both as a whole and each individual work. Antonio Jesús Busto, student of the three institutions, recounts firsthand the intricacies of the leading short program, giving us a close view about the production and the most interesting...

  9. La stop-motion como ejército de resistencia. La tardía edad de oro de una técnica anacrónica

    Costa, Jordi
    [EN] Paradoxically, in the era of digital animation, stop motion animation not only does not have retired to the bench —or the attic of broken toys— in a scenario that did not ensure its survival, but it reveals itself more bustling than ever was with the completion of numerous feature films that are distributed globally, produced under the baton of veteran directors like Henry Selick —alma mater of the paranormal Laika—, Peter Lord —Aardman Animations—, Tim Burton or the revived Czech master Jiří Barta, also involving an added attraction for live action filmographies as personal as Wes Anderson’s. Jordi Costa...

  10. La oscura poesía de las marionetas. Starewitch, Svankmajer y los Quay

    Trenor, María
    [EN] The next exhibition Metamorphosis. The fantastic visions of Starewitch, Švankmajer and the Quay Brothers, first in Barcelona and then in Madrid, will be unmissable for fans of these masters of stop motion animation. Three generations of filmmakers whose works run through a turbulent and murky twentieth century, presenting broad thematic and aesthetic matches despite their peculiarities: the obsession with taxidermy, the undead, magical operations, poetic objects, dirt, the sublime and the unconscious, walk across their filmographies, genuine and inimitable. María Trénor, Valencian animation director, will talk about these artists.

  11. Gritos en plastilina. El dolor humano a través de la animación y la música

    Encinas Salamanca, Adrián
    [EN] Who was launched a few years ago to animate clay figures as a method to unleash his imagination, and who whit lot of determination won in 2007 the Goya Award for the Best Animated Short Film (for The trip of Said), now he presents a touching story about a man who can hear the social suffering, whith a hearing power that goes far beyond what is humanly possible. The filmmaker and film professor Coke Rioboo rubs salt again into the wound with The noise of the world, thanks to an excellent clay animation technique on glass and a deep...

  12. Entrevista a Carles Porta. Animación, encargos y proyectos

    Navarro Álvarez, Adriana
    [EN] In this interview, the artist Carles Porta Garcia (Madrid, 1963) shows us in a brief and condensed way some significant aspects of his activity as multifaceted creative. He begins by recalling his adolescence as the period in which he decides to go their own way guided by a taste for the art world, continues to speak about his influences and referents, as well as how he manage to combine his professional works with his personal works, and pointing to, among other things, some likes and dislikes and finally giving us some clues to his last (for now) project.

  13. Editorial

    Herráiz Zornoza, Beatriz; González Monaj, Raúl
    Herráiz Zornoza, B.; González Monaj, R. (2014). Editorial. Con A de Animación. (4):6-7. doi:10.4995/caa.2014.2231

  14. Antón. Diario de una aventura en stop-motion

    Carlino, Maria Rosario
    [EN] In this article we introduce Antón, a stop motion animated TV series from Argentina, which was selected for competition at the Annecy International Animation Festival 2013. It is also participating in over fifteen festivals and has won two international awards. The series director, Rosario Carlino, will carry us in a tour through its production stages, discovering the secrets that led to an interesting combination of volume animation in multiplane glass tables, to reveal eventually the validity today of such an artisanal and attractive technique.

  15. Un café con Guillermo García Carsí (El Señor Studio)

    Álvarez Sarrat, Sara; Vidal Ortega, Miguel
    [ES] El Señor Studio empieza a sonar con fuerza en el panorama de la animación, y aunque su historia pueda parecer reciente (desde 2009), la trayectoria de su equipo está consolidada y la proyección de su trabajo destaca en el ámbito internacional. Guillermo García Carsí, director de este estudio familiar fundado junto a su hermana Beatriz, fue el creador y director del famoso personaje Pocoyó. Esta pequeña pero versátil productora madrileña desarrolla y produce proyectos en 2D y 3D, cubriendo todo el proceso creativo como sello de la casa: concepto, diseño de personajes, guión, story y dirección, poniendo siempre sobre...

  16. Vicenta, un cortometraje de Sam

    Lorenzo Hernández, María Carmen; Guillem Romeu, Miguel Ángel
    [ES] Vicenta (2010), “la primera película de Re-Animación en Stop Motion”, es la última creación de Sam realizada desde la valenciana Conflictivos Productions, que desde su estreno internacional en el festival CICDAF de China, el pasado agosto, no ha dejado de acumular premios. La película, de 22 minutos de duración, es la tercera de una exitosa saga de mediometrajes con la que Sam rinde tributo al cine clásico de terror a través de la expresividad de la plastilina.

  17. Redescubriendo a Joanna Quinn. El arte del dibujo tras el frame y la consolidación de un sueño compartido

    Garcia Rams, María Susana
    [ES] Joanna Quinn despliega en sus filmes el Arte del Dibujo en mayúsculas, abonado por un aprendizaje basado en la experiencia cotidiana del dibujo del natural. En mayo de 2010 se inauguró en la Universidad Politécnica de Valencia una exposición de altura: Joanna Quinn: Arte Vs. Animación, con la intención de mostrarla no sólo como animadora, sino también como artista del dibujo, con un indiscutible sello personal. La exposición estuvo acompañada de dos importantes eventos: por una parte, el Festival Cinema Jove otorgó a Joanna Quinn el Premio Luna de Valencia en la 25 edición del certamen. Por otra, la...

  18. Nikita Chama Boom. Un nuevo cortometraje de Juan Padrón que coquetea con la Revolución Cubana

    Vidal Ortega, Miguel; López Izquierdo, Mª Ángeles
    [EN] At the ICAIC animation studies in La Havana, the flagship of Cuban animated cinema, each political age lived at the country has became the subject for one short film. Recently, the influential animation filmmaker Juan Padrón chose one of the most crucial moments in Cuban history, the 1962 Missile Crisis, to develop his last film, Nikita Chama Boom (2010), a direct reference to the Cuban idiosyncrasy, a viewpoint to the distinction of their smart happy folk, who are always able to take advantage of any situation.

  19. Máster en Animación de la UPV. La primera edición de un Máster con historia.

    Álvarez Sarrat, Sara
    [ES] El Máster en Animación de la UPV, presentado oficialmente el 16 de junio de 2010, ha abierto la puerta a una nueva oferta formativa con el objetivo de fomentar la producción de animación independiente, la calidad artística y la especialización en los distintos perfiles profesionales de esta disciplina. Hablamos de una nueva apuesta con mucha historia, ya que hace más de 15 años que es posible estudiar animación en la Facultad de Bellas Artes de Valencia, desde la preproducción, los fundamentos y las técnicas, hasta la producción de proyectos de animación.

  20. Los mundos [teóricos] de Coraline: Psicoanálisis, Postfeminismo y Postmodernismo en el cine de animación

    Martínez González, Estefanía
    [ES] Este artículo contribuye al estudio de diferentes metodologías como modo de aproximación al estudio teórico sobre la animación, utilizando como caso de estudio la película de animación Los Mundos de Coraline (Henry Selick, 2009), que incorpora a su complejo hilo argumental ideas procedentes de diversos movimientos histórico-sociales y filosóficos. Además, esta investigación justifica la necesidad de integrar en el actual cine de animación una fuerte inspiración teórica en la narrativa, además de las innovaciones tecnológicas que se desarrollan paralelamente. A través de la revisión de esta producción animada, se alega que los personajes animados pueden y deben ser protagonistas...

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