Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Animation Nights New York Animator Interviews

Animation Nights New York is joining forces with Animation for Adults for our Animator Interview podcast series.

We will be posting audio podcasts as part of the Animation for Adults channel and posting video versions including clips of work from the filmmakers.

First up in our series is an interview with Hannes Rall. We interview Hannes Rall at 180 Maiden Lane in NYC.

Hannes Rall is an Independent Animation Director. He is also Associate Professor at the School of Art, Design and Media at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

Hannes has shown his work in exhibitions and screenings around the world.  He has been an invited speaker for workshops and conferences in more than 20 countries and over 400 film festivals worldwide. His research is focused on exploring adaptation methodologies of traditional Asian art forms for animation and on inter-cultural collaborations.

Animation Nights New York screened Hannes Rall's film, "All The World's a Stage" last year, at our June Flix screening event (Program #10), at 180 Maiden Lane. "The Cold Heart" and "Si Lunchai", are scheduled to screen in upcoming programs, this year.

Here is the first episode:

Show Notes:
00:00 - 00:29   Podcast intro
00:29 - 01:07   Greetings
01:07 - 11:20   Background and influences, "Si Lunchai"
11:20 - 20:03   Process
20:03 - 30:12  "The Cold Heart"
30:12 - 34:45   Myths and Fairy-tales
34:45 - 36:10   Current research project
36:10 - 39:43  "All the World's a Stage"
39:43 - 49:18   Professional Advice
49:18 - 54:00   Favorite Animators
54:00 - 58:48   Virtual Reality and Animation
58:48 - 60:55   Animation Nights New York
60:55 - 65:56   Short Film Rights and Distribution
65:56 - 66:41   Last comments
66:41 - 67:00   Podcast outro

Hannes Rall

Lotte Reiniger

Stadt Museum

"Si Lunchai"

"The Cold Heart"

John Canemaker

Fantasia 2000
"Rhapsody in Blue"

Al Hirschfeld

Hans Bacher


The Jungle Book (1967)

101 Dalmations (1961)

Ishu Patel

Giannalberto Bendazzi

All the World's a Stage

Samuel West

Eric Goldberg

Andreas Hykade

Thomas Meyer-Hermann


Bill Plympton

John Hubley

Faith Hubley


Ward Kimball

Whistle, Plunk, and Boom,_Whistle,_Plunk_and_Boom


The Tell-Tale Heart (1953)


Patrick Smith

All film clips are used with permission from the artist. All other images are used for the purpose of reference and education.

Music by Joe Lazenby

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