The long awaited book on animated documentary by Bella Honess Roe is now available to buy! We have our copies on order and will post a review in the future.
You can get a copy in the UK from this site http://www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?pid=581517 and if you visit Bella’s blog you can get a code for a 50% discount!
An article about this very blog, which I was invited to write for the the Society for Animation Studies blog. Blogging about blogging!
Well in this case it’s reviewing films we’ve looked at on the blog so far, in order to assess the animadoc landscape; as something of a follow-up to other articles on the site’s current theme of animated documentary.
If you haven’t checked them out already have a look at:
Bella Honess Roe on Animated Memories
Sheila Sofian on The Camera and “Structuring Reality”
Who said that? The dispensability of original sound in animated documentary, by Samantha Moore
Paul Ward’s “To document differently”: random thoughts on a taxonomy of animated documentary.
And do leave comments – there are some fascinating points and debates to be had…