Animating Space: From Mickey to Wall-E
'Animating Space' explores how animation has evolved in line with changing cultural attitudes, as well as examining the innovations that have helped raise the medium from a novelty to a fully-fledged art form.
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1 Early Animation
2 Winsor McCays Warped Spaces
3 The Stereoscopic Mickey
4 The Double Space of the Fleischer Films
5 Ub Iwerkss MultiPlain Cinema
6 Looking In on Life
7 Whats Upand DownDoc?
8 Toontown Spaces and the New Hybrid World
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