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An Introduction, Should You Need One

Posted by on Apr 22, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

An Introduction, Should You Need One

“The first film that I had in my possession was 3 meters long and was brown. It represented a young girl asleep in a field; she awoke, stretched, got up, and, arms outstretched, disappeared on the right side of the picture. That was it. On the box in which the film was put again was drawn a blushing picture with the words ‘Frau Holle.’ No one in my circle knew who Frau Holle was, but it hardly mattered; the film was a great success and was played every evening until it disintegrated to the...

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About the Project

Posted by on Apr 22, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

About the Project

“On the one hand, (it) can be viewed as a long overdue acknowledgement of the distinctiveness and quality of the animated feature in relation to its live-action counterpart; on the other it may be perceived as a ghetto-ization of the form, which once more refuses its achievement in regard to other Hollywood products.” – Jill Nelmes on the Oscars adding animated films in 2002 I love kids movies. That’s right; I said it. Feel free to subject me to whatever psychoanalysis you wish, but...

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About the Author

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About the Author

“Every day, to earn my bread, I travel to the marketplace of lies and stand in line, hopeful, with the other sellers.” – Bertolt Brecht Hello. I am Trevor Kupfer. I’m an award-winning sand sculptor, two-time spelling bee bronze medalist, and complimented hummus-maker. Also, I wrote the stuff on this website. Here’s my résumé. I grew up in Grafton, WI (just north of Milwaukee) and spent much of my childhood reenacting scenes from Ghostbusters, The Princess Bride, and Big Trouble in...

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