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Art in Motion

A Reader in Animation Studies

The Animated Film Collector's Guide

Animation in Asia and the Pacific

The Animated Film
  Collector's Guide

   David Kilmer

Paperback 212 p. 25.00  $ 32.50 ISBN 1 86462 002 1 1997

Can't find that film on video anywhere?

This book will help you solve that problem.

In the age of video, nearly every film ever made is available on video somewhere. The only problem is finding it. This book lists, both by title and producer, nearly 3000 animated films, the sources of their video copies, and the sources' telephone and facsimile numbers and postal, e-mail and internet addresses, where applicable. Included are many hard-to-find films on video and on laserdisc, both new and out of print. This is the only source of information you will need to track it down. An added bonus is a listing of more than 200 films that have won major prizes at animation festivals and/or placed on animation polls.

Distributors; How to use this guide; OOP (resources); Useful books; ASIFA National Groups; Films by title; Honour Roll; Films by author, character or studio; Review: Pioneer's 'Animation Animation' series; Compilations of shorts

This book will be an indispensable tool for academics, researchers and students of animation, film, television, media, art and cultural studies.

David Kilmer has been a lifelong fan and student of animation. He is currently at work on a live action screenplay that incorporates animation. He lives in Los Angeles, USA.