Why Do Female Characters ‘Have’ To Look Feminine?

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Female characters often have a tough time with variety. While there is plenty of debate and discussion surrounding the prevalence of stereotypes that send poor messages to viewers, there is something else that is completely overlooked. Dave Pressler ponders the interesting question of why female characters are often forced too look feminine by executives.

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Architecture in The Incredibles: Attention to Detail

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Over at The Architizer, Zachery Edelson has taken a thorough and in-depth look at the architecture within the Pixar film The Incredibles. It’s a fascinating read for anyone with even a passing interest in either the film or architecture. yet it highlights an astonishing attention to detail that the filmmakers when the filmmakers could have gotten away with a lot less.

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Pixar’s Selective Sequel Problem

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Pixar continues to announce sequels that both delight and dismay fans. Her’s why the studio has a selective sequel problem.

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Three Great ‘Art of’ Books

Monday, June 4, 2012

‘Art Of’ books have become quite popular over the last number of years and it seems that they have become an established part of movie merchandise for all…

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Violet Parr Does NOT Grow Up Within A Single Scene

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Caution: This post deals with mature themes (but in a mature way). On Sunday, while searching for a suitable picture of Mr Potato Head for that day’s post…

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(UPDATED) Some Handsome Cartoon Hedcuts To Start Your Day

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Via: Randy Glass on Behance Found via Reddit, here’s four hedcuts of the style that is popular with the Wall Street Journal. Created by Randy Glass, they all…

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One Look At These Posters And You’ll Visit Film On Paper Too

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

If you’re not even a wee bit jealous of Eddie Shannon, then you’re clearly not into movie posters. Film on Paper is his website where he is archiving…

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