Estonian Animation: Between Genius and Utter Illiteracy

February 20, 2007|
Estonian Animation: Between Genius and Utter Illiteracy by Chris Robinson
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Ever wonder why Estonian animation features so many carrots or why cows often perform pyramids? Well, neither question is answered in Chris Robinson's new book, Estonian Animation. Robinson's frank, humorous, and thoroughly researched book traces the history of Estonia's acclaimed animation scene from early experiments in the 1930s to the creation of puppet (Nukufilm) and cel (Joonisfilm) animation studios during the Soviet era, as well as Estonia's surprising international success during the post-Soviet era. In addition, Robinson writes about the discovery of films by four 1960s animation pioneers who, until the release of this book, had been unknown to most Estonian and international animation historians.
Chris Robinson is an Ottawa-based author who has been a director of the Ottawa International Animation Festival since 1994. A noted animation commentator, curator, and historian, Robinson has become a leading expert on Canadian and international independent animation. His books include Between Genius and Utter Illiteracy: A Story of Es...
Title:Estonian Animation: Between Genius and Utter Illiteracy
Product dimensions:212 pages, 9 X 6 X 1 in
Shipping dimensions:212 pages, 9 X 6 X 1 in
Published:February 20, 2007
Publisher:John Libbey Publishing
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9780861966677

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