Film Production – Animation Films

In this post, I will be writing about the history of animation films and directors of this genre and references.

History of Animation Films –

Animation films is the procedure of making the dream of movement and change by method for the quick show of a grouping of static pictures that insignificantly contrast from one another. The fantasy as in films all in all is thought to depend on the phi marvel. Illustrators are craftsmen who represent considerable authority in the making of activity. 

Animation films can be recorded with either simple media, for example, a flip book, movie film, video tape, or on computerized media, including configurations, for example, vivified GIF, Flash movement or advanced video. To show activity, a computerized camera, PC, or projector are utilized alongside new innovations that are delivered. 

Animation films creation routines incorporate the conventional movement creation technique and those including stop movement activity of two and three-dimensional items, for example, paper set patterns, manikins and mud figures. Pictures are shown in a quick progression, more often than not 24, 25, 30, or 60 frames for every second.

Directors of Animated Films –

Mark Andrews – Brave (2012)

A girl with long, curly red hair stares at the viewer holding a bow and an arrow. Behind her is the film's title while at the left shows a bear staring at her.

Steve Martino – Ice Age Continental Drift (2012)

Ice Age Continental Drift.jpg

Eric Darnell – Madagascar 3 (Europe’s Most Wanted) (2012)


Chris Renaud – Dr.Seuss’ The Lorax (2012)

Lorax teaser poster.jpg

Steven Spielberg – The Adventures of Tintin (2011)

The Adventures of Tintin - Secret of the Unicorn.jpg

John Lasseter – Cars 2 (2011)

Cars 2 Poster.jpg

Kelly Asbury – Gnomeo & Juliet (2011)

Gnomeo & Juliet Poster.jpg

George Miller – Happy Feet Two (2011)

Happy Feet Two Poster.jpg

Jennifer Yuh Nelson – Kung Fu Panda 2 (2011)

Kung Fu Panda 2 Poster.jpg

Chris Miller – Puss in Boots (2011)

Theatrical poster

 References –


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