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11th SAS Conference 1999

11th SAS ConferenceBrisbane, Australia, 3 - 6 August 1999 "Animation: Contexts and Identities" The 11th Annual SAS Conference organized by Griffith University in collaboration with the Australian Film Commission and Queensland Screen Resource Centre (QPIX) took place in Brisbane, Australia from 3rd to 6th August 1999. Congratulations to Keith Bradbury who coordinated the Conference, his assistants...

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12th SAS Conference 2000

Report about the 12th Society of Animation Studies Conference'Digital Challenges-Expanded Boundaries'Norway, Trondheim, 5 - 9 August 2000 "Talking Like Dinosaurs: Dispatches from the SAS" As historians and scholars of the media generally use the term, 'animation' signifies an area of filmic operation that has been exploited by advertisers and global television channels. This description not only l...

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13th SAS Conference 2001

Report about the 13th Annual SAS ConferenceMontreal, Canada, 22 - 25 October 2001 "Animation, Economics and Politics" The participants to the 13th Conference of the Society for Animation Studies were greeted in Montréal by a beautiful, crisp fall day, when one could enjoy the rich colors of the maple tree across from our accommodations, the Hotel Maritime Plaza. Although there was intermittent ra...

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14th SAS Conference 2002

Report about the 14th Society for Animation Studies Conference, September 2002, Glendale, USA As individuals we are a single image but together we are a movement All too often animation is addressed in the media only in regard to popular children's media or to realistic feature film special effects, but the range, scope, and impact of animation is much greater than that. We are entering an era whe...