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Screening Room: John and Faith Hubley

EE.UU.| Entrevista / Animación / Experimental| 1973|64 minutos
Título original: Screening Room: John and Faith Hubley
Dirección: Robert Gardner
Intérpretes: Robert Gardner, John Hubley, Faith Hubley
Idioma: Inglés Subtítulos: No
Formato: DVD-R

John and Faith Hubley worked as a team over many years to set standards for creative animation. Beginning at Disney, they moved on to develop new techniques, such as watercolor work on paper, and to offer bold political content. They were the first to combine animation with jazz, working with such artists as Ella Fitzgerald, Dizzy Gillespie, and Oscar Peterson. Later they were commissioned by Sesame Street to create television animation for children. The Hubleys received Academy Awards for Moonbird (1960), The Hole (1963), and Tijuana Brass Double Feature (1966).

John and Faith Hubley appeared on Screening Room in April 1973 to discuss and screen their films Eggs, The Hat, Children of the Sun, and Zuckerkandl.