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"Producing Animation is an invaluable resource for students, executives, artists, and live action producers who may dream about producing an animated project. From preparing a pitch through final release print, everything you need to know about producing animation is discussed. Reading it is almost as if you had a mentor to guide you through the complex and often frustrating process of producing animation. If you are planning a project, this is an itemthat should be added to your budget and it is likely that you will be able to save many multiples of its cost in no time."--Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, "While there's a useful library of books covering the tools, techniques and aesthetics of animation, until now there's been scant coverage of the highly refined skill sets needed to produce animation. This up-to-date volume provides A to Z counsel about putting together a medium to large scale TV series or feature projects, with focus on cel and CGI animation genres. The writing is colloquial and peppered with authentic examples drawn from the adventures and misadventures of two experienced practitioners. There are hugely valuable tips for the smaller scale, independent writer/producer/animator who wants to develop his or her production chops."--Kit Laybourne, Head of Animation at Oxygen Media and author, The Animation Book "Once in a while, we come across books that are helpful both for those who are just starting out in the toon business and professionals with lots of experience under their belts. Winder and Dowlatabadi, who are seasoned veterans of the business, have put together a helpful primer based on their many years in the toon trenches..In short this is the book every animation producer in town should read before they make their next movie in 2012."--Animation Magazine December 2011/January 2012

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Catherine Winder is a veteran animation producer and creative executive who is currently President and Executive Producer of Rainmaker Entertainment, one of Canada's largest producers of CG animation. Winder was most recently at Lucasfilm Animation where as Executive Producer she set up the studio and produced the feature film and television series Star Wars: The Clone Wars. She has worked with many of the industry's major entertainment companies including Fox Feature Animation, Blue Sky Studios, HBO, Warner Bros., MTV, Hanna-Barbera Productions, The Cartoon Network and Disney. Zahra Dowlatabadi is an award-winning animation producer and a consultant based in Los Angeles. Dowlatabadi has worked with many major studios including Disney, Warner Bros., Cartoon Network, and Universal Cartoon Studios in addition to collaborating with numerous internationally acclaimed animation studios and talent. Tracey Miller-Zarneke earned her production experience on the feature films Chicken Little and The Emperor's New Groove and has gained a unique perspective on the industry by having authored five books on the art of animation, including those for DreamWorks' How to Train Your Dragon, Sony's Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, and Disney's Meet the Robinsons.

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Essential. PRODUCING ANIMATION, 2nd. Ed.: A Critical Review 11. Oktober 2011
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A little less than a year ago, someone had written a book about working as a producer or working toward being a producer. My feeling then, as well as now, that there was very little substance.

Much of what I felt was missing is present in this book, PRODUCING ANIMATION. And, I think there's an easy distinction to be made and why this book is invaluable. A producer or anyone involved in "production" has the intimate responsibility of supplying funds, capital and/ or the talent. A producing agent does NOT tell (or shouldn't) the director or the artist how to employ their skill.

Inside this book as in these titles Directing the Documentary, Fifth Edition and The Complete Film Production Handbook, Fourth Edition, you have an explicit and comprehensive breakdown of a producing agents' responsibility. And, the distinction between this book and the other two books is that this book has several indispensable chapters on producing 2D and 3D films.

Book Highlights:

Ch. 2: THe Animation Producer
Ch. 3: How To Identify and Sell Projects
Ch. 5. The Development Process
Ch. 6. The Production Plan
Ch. 7. The Production Team
Ch. 9. Production
Ch. 10. Post Production
Ch. 11. Tracking Production
Ch. 12. Distribution, Marketing, Licensing & More

This is a great book to own, if your seriously considering entering the animation field.
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This book is the MISSING LINK 3. November 2011
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I've only recently come to the world of animation, and have devoured nearly every book on the subject, most of which have focused on the "how-to's" of drawing, etc.

But, I've haven't found anything that says, "Ok, so once you decide that you're going to create an animated film, and have your production tools and story in hand, here's how you make it happen." Until now. "Producing Animation" is the missing link in the evolution of books on the topic.

Other reviewers, most of them apparently animators and other creatives, take issue with the book's emphasis on production management and the life-long battle of the "creatives" vs. "the suits." I can completely understand that argument, and have seen it first hand in the live action film and television business. It's always been there, and it isn't about to change anytime soon.

What I found valuable about this book however, I found from the standpoint of someone who wants to be a one-man animation studio. Someone who is simultaneously the writer, the animator, the designer, as well as the director and producer. If I have any quarrels with management, I'll be quarreling with myself. (I'm the guy in the corner muttering to himself. Just leave me be, I'll be done in a minute :

For me, the valuable information here was in the practical how-to's of production and scheduling, the generous use of charts and forms, and the chapter on distribution and licensing. While some of it was much more applicable to a corporate environment where you have a team of managers supervising a team of animators, it still gave me a perspective on how to run an efficient production cycle, even if I'm the only one doing it.

I have no allusions of being the next Disney or Pixar, but I do have plans to produce quality animation now that the tools for doing so have created a level playing field for all who are interested in the art, and not just the big guys with the big bucks.

I consider this book a valuable tool for anyone who's either interested in hands-on animation production, or in the inner-workings of the business process.
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For PRODUCERS, not ANIMATORS 6. Oktober 2011
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I would be extremely frustrated if I were the authors reading the negative reviews about this book. Catherine Winder and Zahra Dowlatabadi have provided a comprehensive primer for the aspiring animation producer, covering many of the topics which this demanding profession encompasses.

The text explains the ins and outs of production plans, your core team, how to deal with overseas subcontractors, accounting, and how to manage the demanding animation pipeline that is prone to missed deadlines and quality control issues. If you've ever dreamed of making your own "King of the Hill" or even a "Jib Jab" short, I can highly recommend this book to set you off on the right foot. That does not mean you cannot also be an artist, but that topic is better served by another book.
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Brilliant! Informative and useful! 20. Oktober 2011
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I highly recommend this book!

"Producing Animation" is a must read for anyone who is involved with or contemplating working in the production side of animation. The book covers the spectrum from the small, one-off animator through someone actively working on large scale projects in the industry.

"Producing Animation" is written in an informative way with many examples and a few case studies that illustrate the points that the book makes. The style is conversational.

The book is liberally illustrated with pictures, diagrams, and visual aids to support the words.

It is also beautifully produced. The layout, the editing, and the content are exceptional.

This is the best book on animation production that I have ever read.

Well done!

In service,

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Right on Target 19. November 2014
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As an experienced producer of over 45 feature films, I am about to produce my first animated feature. I needed a reference to take me on a quick guided tour of the role of the animation producer because, as almost everyone I hire will be more experienced than me, I needed a deeper understanding of their roles. This book did exactly that. Now I can hire experts with confidence and I have a better understanding of how best to support them and supervise them.
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