The birth of the technique of painting on film (which was used by such masters as Len Lye, Norman McLaren, Roberto Miller, and Bärbel Neubauer) lied for decades in the clouds of “somebody someday said that”. In this essay, Giannalberto Bendazzi demonstrates that the glory goes to two Italian brothers: Arnaldo and Bruno Ginanni-Corradini, and that the time was 1911. IN ENGLISH.
Recommendations including this Document
- Giannalberto Bendazzi, Animation – A World History, CRC Press, 2016
- Giannalberto Bendazzi, L’uomo che anticipò Disney, Tunuè, 2007
- Giannalberto Bendazzi, “The Italians Who Invented the Drawn on Film Technique,” Animation Journal, 1996
- Michael Barrier, Hollywood Cartoons – American Animation in its Golden Age, Oxford University Press, 1999
- Leonard Maltin, Of Mice and Magic, New American Library, first edition 1980, revised edition 1987
- Robert Benayoun, Le dessin animé après Disney, Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 1961
- Brigitta Iványi-Bitter, Kovásznai – A Cold War Artist, Research Center Foundation, 2016
- Henry T. Sampson, That’s Enough, Folks, The Scarecrow Press, 1998
- Denys Chevalier, J’aime le dessin animé, Denoël, 1962.
- Paul Wells, Animation – Genre and Authorship, Wallflower, 2002