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Understanding animation

Understanding animation (8회 대출)

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Wells, Paul, 1961-.
서명 / 저자사항
Understanding animation / Paul Wells.
발행사항
London ;   New York :   Routledge,   1998.  
형태사항
x, 265 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0415115965 (alk. paper) 0415115973 (pbk. : alk. paper)
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. 250-257) and index.
일반주제명
Animated films -- History and criticism.
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저자소개

폴 웰스(지은이)

영국 러프버러대학교 예술대학 애니메이션 아카데미 원장이며, 이름 난 작가이자 감독, 방송인이다. 방송작가로서 <만화가 최고!(Cartoons Kick Ass)>, <애니메이션 네이션(Animation Nation)> 등의 프로그램과 다수의 드라마, 코미디쇼를 제작했으며 현재는 <심슨>과 <스폰지밥>의 작가들과 함께 작업하고 있다. 극작법에 대한 자신의 저서를 바탕으로 영국과 북미를 종횡무진하며 워크숍과 마스터클래스를 열었고, 애니메이션과 영국 영화, 특수효과 등에 관한 단행본을 썼다. 그는 30개국이 넘는 나라에서 강연을 해 왔으며, 그의 책은 12개 언어로 번역, 소개되었다. 이 책은 그의 소니워어드 수상작인 BBC 라디오 시리즈 <등골이 오싹해지는 영화들: 공포영화의 역사(Spinechillers: A History of the Horror Film)>를 발전시킨 것이다.

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CONTENTS

Figures = ⅷ

Acknowledgements = ⅸ

Introduction: 'Seeing the brick' = 1

 'If the story's so cock­eyed, what's the point of it?' = 4

 'So, what's the answer? visual education?' = 7

 1 Thinking about animated film = 10

  What is animation? = 10

  Flipbooks, frame­by­frame and funny faces = 11

  Case study: Early comic strip cartoon concepts = 17

  Desney and the realist principle = 21

  Case study: The problem of realism = 24

  True animation? = 28

 2 Notes towards a theory of animation = 35

  Styles and approaches = 35

  Terms and conditions: Orthodox animation = 36

  Case study: Deconstructing the cartoon = 39

  Terms and conditions: Experimental animation = 43

  Case studies: Non­objective and non­linear animation = 46

  Backward looking, forward thinking: Cases studies in developmental animation = 51

 3 Once upon a time: Narrative strategies = 68

  Definitions and devices = 69

  Metamorphosis = 69

  Condensation = 76

  Synecdoche = 80

  Symbolism and metaphor = 83

  Fabrication = 90

  Associative relations = 93

  Sound = 97

  Acting and performance = 104

  Choreography = 111

  Penetration = 122

 4 25 ways to start laughing = 127

  1 Magical surprises = 128

  2 The power of personality = 129

  3 The visual pun = 131

  4 Expectation and exploitation = 134

  5 'Just a minute, Chubby­you ain't seen half the kid's repertoire­e­e!': Some old saws = 135

  6 'Catch that and paint it green!': Adult Avery = 140

  7 Extecding the premise of the visual gag = 141

  8 The development of alienation devices = 142

  9 Literal. visual and verbal gags = 144

  10 On black humour = 145

  11 Recognising torment and taboo = 146

  12 Jones' Road Runner gags = 150

  13 Some theories on character comedy = 152

  14 The shaggy dog story = 156

  15 Discontinued lines = 160

  16 Accidents will happen = 161

  17 Objects have a life of their own = 162

  18 'The sight of 40­year­old genitalia is too disgusting, is it?': Self­conscious humour = 163

  19 Everything can mean its opposite = 167

  20 'Tabba­Dobba­Doo!' = 168

  21 Telling it over and over again = 169

  22 25 ways to exaggerate, understate and alienate = 172

  23 Dedicated to those who disapprove but continue to watch = 174

  24 Driessen's comedy of cruelty = 179

  25 Techno­titters and posst­modern forms = 180

 5 Issues in representation = 187

  The body in question = 188

  'Faster than a speeding bullet...': Men and masculinity = 190

  The concept of 'everyman' = 196

  Wayward girls and wicked women: The feminine aesthetic = 198

  Cross­dressing, transvestism, gender­bending, cross­species coupling and other unusual trends = 203

  Case study: Is Jerry a girl? = 208

  Race in context = 215

 6 Animation and audiences: 'My mother usd to call me Thumper!' = 222

  Cinema and the spectator = 222

  The Disney version = 223

  Disney and mass observation = 226

  Nostalgia's not what it used to be: Disney, then and now = 232

  Towards a conclusion = 242

Notes = 244

Bibliography = 250

Index = 258

Filmography = 262



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