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RiuNet. Repositorio institucional de la Universitat de Valencia (102.815 recursos)

RiuNet es el Repositorio Institucional de la Universitat Politècnica de València, gestionado por la Biblioteca, cuyo objetivo es ofrecer acceso en Internet a la producción científica, académica y corporativa de la comunidad universitaria con la finalidad de aumentar su visibilidad y hacerla accesible y preservable.

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  1. Victory Through Airpower. El Disney atípico

    Flórez Rodríguez, David
    [EN] In this article, the techniques and ideological backgroung of one of the most atypical Disney films are analysed. Produced during World War Two, Victory Through Air Power is conceived as a propaganda weapon, aiming to influence on public opinion, so that USA government adopts a radical policy to end the war as soon as possible and with the lower cost. With this aim in mind, and despite the wartime hardships, evident in the film in the extensive use of limited animation, Disney animators managed to give a master class on how to translate abstract concepts into images, an end...

  2. Un "rigger" español en Disney: Iker J. De los Mozos

    Lorenzo Hernández, María Carmen
    [EN] Iker De los Mozos is an animator specialized in in the SetUp and Rigging of CGI characters who currently works at The Walt Disney Animation Studios. He has worked in London for companies like Nexus Productions and The Mill, where he was "rigger" for several film and television ads. Previously he had worked as Rigging supervisor in Kandor Graphics for the movie Justin and the Knights of Valour (Manuel Sicilia, 2013) and he participated of two Goya awards with The Lady and the Reaper (Javier Recio, 2010) and The Missing Lynx (Manuel Sicilia, Raul García, 2009). His first project...

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

    Álvarez Sarrat, Sara; Vidal Ortega, Miguel
    [EN] El Señor Studio starts playing hard in the panorama of animation, and although their history may seem recent (since 2009), the trajectory of this team is consolidated and the projection of their work stands out internationally. Guillermo García Carsi, director of the family-owned studio with her sister Beatriz, was the creator and director of the famous show Pocoyo. This small but versatile production company in Madrid develops and produces 2D and 3D projects, covering the entire creative process and company stamp: concept, character design, script, story and direction, always putting on the table a good dose of imagination, talent...

  4. O Apostolo, de Fernando Cortizo

    Encinas Salamanca, Adrián
    [EN] Until 2012, only Pablo Llorens had been able to produce a stop-motion feature film in Spain, but Fernando Cortizo and his company Artifact Productions have come to show that they could repeat such a milestone. With great enthusiasm but small commercial push, it comes this great mystery story that will delight lovers of animation and fantasy film, where visual quality has not been spared, as the result can looks into the eyes of productions such as Coraline and Fantastic Mr. Fox.

  5. Molecular Zombi y la paternidad marciana de Pablo Llorens

    Torres Pujol, Rosa
    [EN] Pablo Llorens is one of the greatest Spanish animators. Despite his countless awards, including two Goyas, he is still producing films. Above all, he works in advertising but occasionally he gives himself a spiritual respite and calls other animators to his production company Potens Plastianimation, as well as Triton Media, with which he makes productions that integrate stop-motion with live action. He especially uses as a reference popular works of science fiction, creating special effects in clay, which gives the image a very revival aesthetic. His latest work, Molecular Zombi, deals with the story of a couple in crisis...

  6. Millennium Actress. Una mirada en profundidad

    Rodríguez De León, Rolando José
    [EN] Analysis of the narrative, graphic, historical and cultural aspects of Millennium Actress, second film of director Satoshi Kon, that will be established as the cornerstone to understand his ways of work, technical and psychological aspects that he will develop in future creations. This approach is not only to history and culture of Japan, but also to their cinematography. The paper explores simple aspects often unknown to the western of Nippon culture, presenting the most relevant of the film to enable the reader an approach to the forms of graphics and cultural representation used by the director.

  7. La linterna mágica de Jan Svankmajer. Svankmajer y el cine de animación checo

    Palacios, Jesús
    [EN] Jan Svankmajer's film work is one of the most unique, not only at Czech animated film, but at international film scene. His membership to Prague Surrealist Group and his practice of cinema as a facet of his artistic creation - which includes engraving, painting, illustration, collage, tactile objects, etc. -, places him outside mainstream cinema. However, for a full understanding of this figure it is essential to contextualize him within the long tradition of Czech animated film, which belongs both voluntarily and involuntarily, making him one of its most significant milestones.

  8. La fiesta que queremos. El Festival Internacional de Animación de Córdoba - ANIMA

    González, Alejandro R.
    [EN] ANIMA - Córdoba International Animation Festival (Argentina) is both an academic and cultural event, devoted specifically to animation in its artistic and technological dimensions. ANIMA merges the energy, enthusiasm and joy of an animation festival with the scientific aspects of a conference. Held every odd year since 2001, ANIMA is the main animation event in Argentina and a very influential player in its field in Latin America and the Caribbean. This article provides with information about ANIMA activities and its curatorial profile.

  9. La aportación de los personajes femeninos al universo de Hayao Miyazaki

    Pérez-Guerrero, Ana María
    [EN] Hayao Miyazaki's filmography is especially characterized by the ethical force of his stories and the role of female characters. This article aims to identify the most relevant features of these figures and how their actions play out the director¿s vision. This discusses women¿s models present in his films, within the Studio Ghibli, based on the age and the narrative function they play in the story. The study reveals that the stereotype of woman represented in the Miyazakian universe is based on the female model of being, where women¿s capacity for motherhood is portrayed as the basis that gives prominence...

  10. La animación española en 2012

    Viñolo Locuviche, Samuel
    [EN] After a four years period of intense economic crisis, 2012 begins to crack part of the fortress that Spanish animation had shown so far, seeing disappear very quickly some of the companies and the industry flagship events, while removing of much state aid the movies threaten to affect even deeper to all the visual arts in the years ahead. In addition and as a sign of hope, 2012 is also a good year for many animated feature films that got an excellent answer countless commercial and international praise. The following article aims to point out very quickly what were...

  11. Entrevista a Nicolás Matjí, productor de Las aventuras de Tadeo Jones

    Lorenzo Hernández, María Carmen
    [EN] Nicolás Matjí works since 1999 in the world of film production at La Fiesta PC and Lightbox Entertainment SL. In 2003 he decided to specialize himself in the production of animation content, featuring Enrique Gato¿s short films Tadeo Jones (2004), and Tadeo Jones y el sótano maldito (2007), besides Changes (2006), Tachaaan! (2009), and La Bruxa (2010). In 2008 he founded Lightbox Entertainment SL with Enrique Gato, with the goal of producing animated films for a global audience. Tad, the Lost Explorer (2012) is the first animated feature to Lightbox Entertainment, to be followed by a sequel soon. In...

  12. Enseñando animación y el universo

    Alkabetz, Gil
    [EN] Animation, as a manufactured universe, needs rules to guide filmmakers to address their creativity. The existence of such rules does not constrain the imagination, but rather they stimulate it. From this principle, Gil Alkabetz develops workshops where students make small animation projects from a number of restrictions, which paradoxically encourage the emergence of creative and original results. The application of such premises to stimulate the students' personal expression has a positive result in the industry, where there is a growing demand of disruptive and original solutions.

  13. "Dibujar, dibujar y dibujar"

    Plasencia Climent, Carlos
    [EN] Taking from a direct experience with students of Fine Arts, and from the knowledge and requirements at the professional practice of animation, this paper reflects about a disciplinary context and about the boundaries in the understanding of drawing as a form of knowledge ¿ today circumscribed, almost exclusively, to a strictly instructional area at art schools. Educational issues, their link to the development of individual personality, their irreplaceable role in the treatment of creation processes such as animation, and their undeniable role in discovering the world - to represent it visually from a personal dimension -, are claimed in...

  14. Arrugas. Un viaje al extranjero, desde el comienzo hasta el final

    Yébenes, Pilar
    [EN] Wrinkles, directed by Ignacio Ferreras, is one of the last 2D animation features ¿made in Spain¿ that lets us enjoy the adult audience a hard and real, though magical, story. Wrinkles is not one of those movies that leave you indifferent. It makes you think, it makes understand, it makes feel, it makes live, even when the main subject of the movie is just the opposite. Wrinkles, born as a comic book from the hands of Paco Roca, got the Spanish National Comic Award. With the images of the film, with its feelings on the surface, with large doses...

  15. Animación en la Filmoteca del IVAC. Algunos jalones significativos en su programación.

    Hurtado Álvarez, José Antonio
    [EN] The Film Archive of IVAC has always considered animation as a cinematic universe that should have a strong presence in its programming. Throughout its history, it has organized periodically cycles and retrospectives: Aardman Animation, Bill Plympton, Jan ¿vankmajer, etc. The Valencian Film Archive has even collaborated with festivals, screening programs from Ani_Mar - Prix Miquel Guillem, or Animadrid. Through these initiatives, we have tried to cover the maximum extent possible the vast space of the animation, both from a geographical and historical points of view. It should be noted that when this article will be published, the IVAC will...

  16. Alma en suplicio. La Medusa animada de Ray Harryhausen

    Ferri Gandia, Manuel
    [EN] This article makes an important contribution to the growing number of publications about stopmotion animator Ray Harryhausen, stressing his task as a character creator, particularly the Gorgon Medusa that appeared in the film Clash of the Titans (Desmond Davis, 1981). The article firstly focuses on the myth of Medusa, her representation in classical art and also at audiovisual media prior to her appearance on Harryhausen's movie. Secondly, the paper will be centered on the relation between the author and his character, delving into the main aspects of its creative development. The final part is intended as a guide on...

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