A tribute to Fox Animation Studio's first feature-length animated film celebrates the story, artwork, computer animation, and 3-D technology that made "Anastasia" possible
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With Anastasia, 20th Century Fox is trying to follow Disney's lead and produce a lavish cartoon film that will become classic family viewing. And in the Disney tradition of book tie-ins, they have issued this extravagant volume, which describes the spectacle and artistry of Anastasia in prose and picture. The Art of Anastasia provides background to the story of the lost Russian princess, the film's titular heroine, as well as insights into how the film was animated. Directors Don Bluth and Gary Goldman wrote the introduction, while critic and historian Harvey Deneroff provided the text. The gorgeous illustrations reveal the painstaking work that went into creating this spectacular movie.From Library Journal:
With The Hunchback of Notre Dame already Disneyfied and the Titantic sinking on both stage and film, it's no surprise that someone thought to make an animated musical feature about the doomed Russian princess. Here, the producers/directors for Twentieth Century Fox preview their work.
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