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Big Animation Studios vs. the Birth of Indie Production

Published on September 3, 2014, by in Animation.

With the release of blockbuster animations, like Who Framed Roger Rabbit, in the 1980s, Disney, Fox, Warner Bros. and every other major animation studio began hiring artists and designers from every corner of the globe. European artists swarmed Los Angeles, studios hired kids out of college, some even before graduation. Big production houses began to explode by increasing staff numbers, buying property and paying magnificent salaries. These artists quickly became hot commodities. But soon things began to feel formulaic and studios fell into that trap. The big studio system lost sight of the story element and concentrated too much on the slickness of the production. With bigger budgets nobody wanted to take a chance with the creative process. In this scenario, independent studios & production houses started making movies and benefitted from the audience’s demand for something different. Where in the animation industry scenario are they now? When did this


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