News Anime presentation at London Sci Fi Film Festival
posted on 2003-01-08 23:02 EST by Christopher Macdonald
Writer and translator Jonathan Clements presents a brief history of digital anime, from the first stirrings in Golgo 13, to the advanced computer graphics of today. London, England.
What made companies work with computers? What impact did it have on the anime industry? Who was the nutter who captured his own heart monitor readout and put it on screen? How did the rise of computer games and digital animation affect the kind of story that got made? And what happens next?
January 31st, 8pm, at the Other Cinema, followed by the premiere of Malice Doll.
for more details: http://www.sci-fi-london.com/movies/jonclem.htm
Jonathan Clements is Contributing Editor to Newtype USA magazine, and the co-author of the Anime Encyclopedia. He was also a scriptwriter for the online series Halcyon Sun, and the Big Finish adventures of Judge Dredd and Strontium Dog.