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Inside Pixar has capsules of the studio's brilliant DNA, but is ultimately too brief
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Inside Pixar has capsules of the studio's brilliant DNA, but is ultimately too brief

While Inside Pixar give us a glimpse of the process, it never quite becomes the definitive documentary on a company that has truly made some clutter-breaking animation films in the last 25 years.

Jeff Bezos commits $10 billion to address climate crisis through new Bezos Earth Fund
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Jeff Bezos commits $10 billion to address climate crisis through new Bezos Earth Fund

He said the grant will fund scientists, activists and NGO's to explore new ways of fighting the impact of climate change.

The Irishman's de-aged De Niro and Pacino are example of strides made by animators in recreating realistic human faces
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The Irishman's de-aged De Niro and Pacino are example of strides made by animators in recreating realistic human faces

The Irishman uses de-age technology instead of using different actors. To de-age actors, a visual effects team creates a computer-generated, younger version of an actor’s face and then replaces the actor’s real face with the synthetic, animated version.

Lotte Reiniger, precursor to Walt Disney, gets recognition in animation world a century after her heyday
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Lotte Reiniger, precursor to Walt Disney, gets recognition in animation world a century after her heyday

The oldest surviving animated feature was not made by Walt Disney, but by a German puppeteer named Lotte Reiniger. Her film, The Adventures of Prince Achmed (1926), was a creative and technical masterstroke that would have a huge influence on the generation of animators.

The Angry Birds Movie 2 review: A silly but enjoyable film that is a vast improvement from its prequel
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The Angry Birds Movie 2 review: A silly but enjoyable film that is a vast improvement from its prequel

The Angry Birds Movie reveling in its silliness is not only tolerable but also enjoyable because that tomfoolery is also accompanied with clever humour.

Oscar-winning animator Richard Williams, best known for Who Framed Roger Rabbit, passes away at 86
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Oscar-winning animator Richard Williams, best known for Who Framed Roger Rabbit, passes away at 86

Richard Williams, a Canadian-British animator whose work on the bouncing cartoon bunny in Who Framed Roger Rabbit helped blur the boundaries between the animated world and our own, has died

Toy Story 4 movie review: Pixar surprises fans with an emotionally satisfying goodbye to iconic franchise
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Toy Story 4 movie review: Pixar surprises fans with an emotionally satisfying goodbye to iconic franchise

In Toy Story 4, Pixar demonstrates masterfully why they are still the best in the business.

Toon Cinema gets a Ray of Hope and Joy
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Toon Cinema gets a Ray of Hope and Joy

A new animation film that re-imagines Satyajit Ray’s evergreen Goopy-Bagha adventure might just be the affirmation that children’s cinema in India needs

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' all-female spinoff and sequel in development by Sony Pictures
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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' all-female spinoff and sequel in development by Sony Pictures

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse all female spinoff is likely to feature superheroes from three generations

Mamata Banerjee unveils West Bengal’s new IT policy with a focus on quantum computing, AI and big data analytics
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Mamata Banerjee unveils West Bengal’s new IT policy with a focus on quantum computing, AI and big data analytics

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has unveiled a new IT policy to make the state as one of the leading states in the country in the sector

James Marsden to star in live action-animation hybrid movie adaptation of Sonic the Hedgehog
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James Marsden to star in live action-animation hybrid movie adaptation of Sonic the Hedgehog

The movie is based on Sega’s speed based platform game Sonic The Hedgehog, which celebrated its silver anniversary in 2016.

After an amusement park ride, Chhota Bheem gets a live-action musical show
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After an amusement park ride, Chhota Bheem gets a live-action musical show

The casting has begun for the live-action musical of Chhota Bheem that will be presented across four cities towards the end of 2018.

Studio Ghibli to open theme park with rides based on Hayao Miyazaki's My Neighbor Totoro, Howl's Moving Castle
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Studio Ghibli to open theme park with rides based on Hayao Miyazaki's My Neighbor Totoro, Howl's Moving Castle

Studio Ghibli has released a basic concept for the vast park to be built by 2022 near Nagoya in Japan's Aichi region.

The Incredibles 2: Pixar unveils two new posters as the Parrs and Edna Mode get back to work
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The Incredibles 2: Pixar unveils two new posters as the Parrs and Edna Mode get back to work

The Incredibles 2 poster features the costumes of the superhero Parr family in a laundry basket.

Coco dominates 45th Annie Awards with 11 wins; Rick and Morty wins top TV honour
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Coco dominates 45th Annie Awards with 11 wins; Rick and Morty wins top TV honour

Having beaten Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie, Cars 3, Despicable Me 3 and The Boss Baby at the Annies, Coco's strong showing only reinforces it as the favourite at the Oscars.

Coco: Is Pixar's new film surrounding Day of the Dead a copy of 2014's The Book of Life?
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Coco: Is Pixar's new film surrounding Day of the Dead a copy of 2014's The Book of Life?

ocus on a young boy who follows his musical dreams at the risk of disappointing his family

Rick and Morty: Science fiction and comedy have never been combined in a wittier, smarter way
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Rick and Morty: Science fiction and comedy have never been combined in a wittier, smarter way

Rick and Morty has used the limitless power of animation to unlock a whole new realm of science fiction.

The Death Note debacle, and why Hollywood continues to get Japan (and Japanese pop culture) wrong
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The Death Note debacle, and why Hollywood continues to get Japan (and Japanese pop culture) wrong

Japan's classic anime represents, to Hollywood, some sort of minimal effort gold mine that it can dig, claw, and tear into without any remorse — as the Death Note live action remake indicates

Kerala programme to provide technical skills to 60,000 government high school students
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Kerala programme to provide technical skills to 60,000 government high school students

As many as 60,000 government high school students in Kerala will be taught animation, electronics, hardware, cyber-safety and Malayalam computing.

Researchers develop tiny device that can accelerate rendering of high resolution graphics in videogames
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Researchers develop tiny device that can accelerate rendering of high resolution graphics in videogames

The device replaces the metal wires with optical wires that can allow for faster communication between processors.