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Conclusion

Animation in Context : A Practical Guide to Theory and Making

Fairchild Books, 2016

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... Work-in-progress film still from A Life Ephemeral, essay film-animation by the author, Mark Collington (2015–2016). The sequence depicted here uses the signs and structures of the motorway to explore the concepts of semiotics and semantics....

Classical Metanarratives

Animation in Context : A Practical Guide to Theory and Making

Fairchild Books, 2016

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... references to William Morris and Japanese Edo woodblock prints. By Mark Collington (2016). Case Study: Peter & The Wolf Peter & the Wolf is a fairy tale that was created as a narrated orchestral piece for a children’s theatre in Moscow...

Language & Visual Meaning

Animation in Context : A Practical Guide to Theory and Making

Fairchild Books, 2016

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... Berlin-Johannisthal (1922) Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, directed by David Hand, Walt Disney Productions (1937) Vera Drake, directed by Mike Leigh, Les Films Alain Sarde (2004) West Pier, directed by Mark Collington, Royal College of Art (2001)...

Representation

Animation in Context : A Practical Guide to Theory and Making

Fairchild Books, 2016

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... or are simply copying stylistic trends. Now try to identify other trends in advertising that use a different combination of animation techniques and musical structures for particular kinds of product, services or organizations. Mark...

Animated Documentary

Animation in Context : A Practical Guide to Theory and Making

Fairchild Books, 2016

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... their subject matter.A film still from the animated documentary Test Strip by the author Mark Collington, Royal College of Art (2000). The film explores the experience of being a life model. In one sequence a life model expresses how, if her...

Genre

Animation in Context : A Practical Guide to Theory and Making

Fairchild Books, 2016

Book chapter

1

... in more mythical worlds based around adventures with magic and supernatural forces. The Star Wars film trilogy, Episodes IV–VI, directed by George Lucas (1977– 1983), perhaps marks an interesting crossover between the science fiction...

Modernism

Animation in Context : A Practical Guide to Theory and Making

Fairchild Books, 2016

Book chapter

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... in many ways marks a point in history that defines the modern age. This was a period of international conflict and mechanized destruction on a scale never seen before, between the main world economic powers as they sought to expand...