"Keeping on track to deliver what all of you have requested on the HurlBlog survey, we are continuing our look into how lenses can help tell your story. Part One went into the internal characteristics of the glass itself. Now I want to demonstrate how using different focal lengths can help assist character development in new ways. I am going to take you through how these choices help create a character arc. Yes, it is not only the writing, story and acting that will take you there. It is the cinematographer’s job to assist in this process."
'Disney Animation offers a behind the scenes look at 52 of Disney’s films with never before seen footage and a behind the scenes look at its films...
Disney Animated is organized like an interactive book. Each section or chapter is represented by a button with a clip from one of Disney’s movies playing on it. Sections range from story and visual development to animated character development and music design.
In each section, you can read through a basic overview of the topic on book-like pages and tap into additional accompanying materials. For instance, one of additional materials in the Sound and Design section is a clip from Snow White. Without sound, the clip seems like a scary or sad scene. With sound, though, you can tell it’s a happy one....'
Belen Santa-Olalla: "This is the first of a series of blog posts that look at the role of the actor in a transmedia experience. We examine how the actor becomes collaborator with the writer and audience in the development of a character and what this might mean for everyone."