UCLA Animation Workshop | Philosophy
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Philosophy

one person

 

The Workshop has a “no house” style. In the spirit of “one person, one film”, every student is encouraged to set his or her own direction. Films from the Workshop range from conceptual to cartoon-y, from narrative to non-narrative, from cel to computer, from popular to experimental, and from traditional to interactive. The finished film belongs to the filmmaker. The UCLA Animation Workshop is committed to excellence in defining, expanding, creating, and teaching animation. Animation is defined as the movement of created images in recorded time, allowing static painting and graphics to become a performing art.  Animation has only two limitations: one’s imagination and exhaustion.