Tag: animation

Japan’s earliest animated films

Watch sixty-four of Japan’s earliest animated films at Japanese Animated Film Classics. Read a little more about the project here: “While digitizing the film archives we created a research team in 2014 to look at ways to preserve and use them. So we selected a wide range of […]

“The Voice behind Samurai Jack”

Friend of the Gutter Beth Accomando interviews Phil LaMarr about the new run of Samurai Jack. “The wait is finally over. After 13 years “Samurai Jack” is back for his fifth and final season and I speak with Phil LaMarr, the voice actor who has brought Jack to […]

A Very Modern Coyote

“Bugs Bunny is an inspiration. How could I fail to admire a character who is equal parts Rex Harrison, D’Artagnan, and Dorothy Parker, packed into a graceful rabbit skin? Daffy is recognition, as is the Coyote.” “Human beings, of course, in even their most grandiloquent plans, often resemble […]

Vanguard 2016 Line Up

Here’s the line-up for the 2016 Vanguard program at the Toronto International Film Festival: Message from the King; Nelly; Colossal; Interchange; I Am The Pretty Thing That Lives In The House; Godspeed; My Entire High School Sinking Into The Sea; Buster’s Mal Heart; Without Name; Prevenge; The Bad […]