Re: [Frameworks] Film's rupture

From: Myron Ort <>
Date: Mon, 18 Apr 2011 10:18:23 -0700

The old animators were really hip to a lot of clever and creative
ideas, and humor. Also hidden "allegorical" and "metaphorical"
implications snuck into the imagery sometimes.
Then again there is a whole world of "banned" animation which
contains notions considered "politically incorrect" by today's
standards (not meant to be a factual statement, ha hah).


On Apr 18, 2011, at 9:57 AM, David Baker wrote:

> During the cartoon Duck Amuck by Chuck Jones,
> for a time Daffy is left to prop the film frame up
> with a stick before it collapses in on him entirely.
> The film ends by revealing that a paint brush wielding
> Bugs Bunny as animator (outside the film) has been responsible for all
> of Daffy's
> phantasmagorical predicaments.
> On Apr 18, 2011, at 11:51 AM, Myron Ort wrote:
>> I like this term "film rupture" for self referential manifestations.
>> In a film I am currently working on, a paint brush wielding character
>> paints himself in a context where the brush strokes show up on the
>> film itself.
>> Myron Ort
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