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The Pratt Institute's Media Arts Department proudly presents the Traditional Animation thesis films of the graduating class of 2007, as well as selected shorts. Students will be in attendance for a Q&A to talk about their stop motion, 2-D computer animation, and hand-drawn films.

Free and open to the public, May 4th & 5th, 7pm at the Two Boots Pioneer Theater


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Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Some Richard Williams Goodies

So Thor let me know that he recently watched a really good version of a re-cut The Thief and the Cobbler, and that got me really digging again for some stuff. I came across some info on an independently produced, fan-re-cut version of the film, complete with some lost golden footage and boards. I had been checking up on this indie version off and on over the years and it was finally finished this August. I've only found where you can download the DVD off of a torrent site (which is a pain, and I'm not too keen on those things) but you can watch the WHOLE THING on youtube. God bless youtube.


You'll have to watch it in segments, but it's quite a catch.

Also, I was sent a link the other day on a good little documentary on Richard Willaims done in the 80's. Talks quite a bit too about Thief and the Cobbler and show's the film vault where Williams kept every bit of the film and art up until it was all taken away and sent off to Korea and not preserved at all.



Blogger Emmett said...

Some of us have already seen that version on You Tube. And I have seen the documentary, which is quite inspiring, despite the film's eventual fate.

I have to admit, though, I would like to see this re-cut version on DVD instead of YouTube quality.

One can dream...

4:21 PM

Blogger Alisa said...

The documentary just depressed me. How could "they" have done that to him??

6:52 PM


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