* - First off, the Savannah College of Art and Design has a stunning collection of Don Bluth animation art, including art from never-made films, some of which they have recently posted online.
* - Jim Hill wrote this touching article about Boston.
* - Tom Bancroft wrote an evenhanded reaction to the Disney animation studio layoffs.
* - Filmspotting SVU watched Don Hertzfeldt's "It's Such a Beautiful Day" and discussed it and other unusual animated features.
* - "Futurama" has been re-cancelled. I'm surprisingly not too upset about this. They had a good run.
* - Everything is Terrible just wrapped up Puppet Week and it is incredible.
* - Tim Brayton of Antagony and Ecstasy wrote a guest post for The Film Experience reflecting on "Jurassic Park".
* - Mark Witton basically wondered if the word "reptile" even means anything anymore.
* - Mark also wrote the blog post I've always wanted to.
* - If any one movie begged for a muckraking, nobody involved in the making of the damned thing is spared, everyone is called-out on their WTFery, "How the hell did this even happen" Final Cut/Devil's Candy/Monster-style "Behind the Scenes" book, it's..... Well, it's "Radio Flyer" (1992). If we're talking about any ONE movie, I mean. But until that happens, here's a long article that helps explain why the "Super Mario Bros" movie is the way it is.
* - We're getting a movie based on the Bone Wars!
* - Start using these obsolete words! The owls demand it!