Title

Contemporary European Animation

Document Type

Oral Presentation

Campus where you would like to present

Ellensburg

Event Website

https://digitalcommons.cwu.edu/source

Start Date

18-5-2020

Abstract

Animated film in Europe makes up a small percentage of the world's global film market, but its impact is indisputable. Although contemporary European animated films do not always meet with monetary success or wide recognition like the Pixar and Disney films of America, they can often meet with critical success. This is despite overall smaller budgets and a distinct lack of animation infrastructure within the European Union. The European animated film industry constantly adapts to changes in the global market by experimenting with subject matter and visuals and makes up for the lack infrastructure by working in close collaboration with countries and industries both inside and outside the European Union. There is a huge amount of potential in the future of contemporary European animated cinema and it is important to pay attention as this small niche of the cinematic world grows.

Faculty Mentor(s)

Jamie Gilbert

Department/Program

Communications

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May 18th, 12:00 PM

Contemporary European Animation

Ellensburg

Animated film in Europe makes up a small percentage of the world's global film market, but its impact is indisputable. Although contemporary European animated films do not always meet with monetary success or wide recognition like the Pixar and Disney films of America, they can often meet with critical success. This is despite overall smaller budgets and a distinct lack of animation infrastructure within the European Union. The European animated film industry constantly adapts to changes in the global market by experimenting with subject matter and visuals and makes up for the lack infrastructure by working in close collaboration with countries and industries both inside and outside the European Union. There is a huge amount of potential in the future of contemporary European animated cinema and it is important to pay attention as this small niche of the cinematic world grows.

https://digitalcommons.cwu.edu/source/2020/CAH/7