From: Chuck Kleinhans (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Jan 21 2007 - 08:07:34 PST
Thanks for the correction. His book on Fishinger is fantastic!
I guess I was thinking of Canada as a center for animation. In any
case, animation does seem to be an area that manages a great deal of
international cross over. And there's a distinguished amount of work
from "small" countries. Again, it depends relatively rarely on
spoken language, and the character of animation makes creating sound
tracks in different languages relatively easy. Perhaps many
animators start out thinking beyond their national borders in terms
of addressing an audience.
On Jan 20, 2007, at 3:52 PM, C Keefer wrote:
> William Moritz was born in Arizona and was an American critic.
> Bio at:
> Cindy Keefer
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