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Mark Andrews: “Brave” | Talks at Google

Mark Andrews, Director of “Brave”, visited Google LA for a conversation with Ryan Germick, Google Doodle Team Creative Lead. They discussed “Brave” and Mark’s career at Pixar. This talk took place on June 19, 2012 as part of the Artists at Google series.


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  1. I wish that guy knew more about machinima projects like red vs blue, and even that's even turning more into animation.
    Great interview, especially for an animation/moviemaking geek like myself.

  2. Ya,I dont understand much about animation,I'll try to agree with ur statement but do u really know whats a"HUGE"step forward for animation?making fresh,stimulating,unpredictable films,how about that for"HUGE"step,I dont think brave was any of the above.were u required to learn hair fx at AM?I dont think so therefore to say that a simple fx is a "HUGE" step forward in animation reflects how much you know about animation. If you like hair that much then you've attended the wrong school my friend.

  3. u obviously misread my response.There's no diggin @ your school whatsoever my point was that good animation's good in&by itself&no hair effect/cloth simulation's needed to step it forward,hens using ur school's program as a good example.I still dont see the point of talkin about the tech side.When's the last time we heard Spielberg talking about the newest gadget/software he used to shoot/edit his film, never, and that's why I would've liked to hear more about how story came about instead

  4. He's very inspirational and funny. It's sad to see so many empty chairs. I would have loved to sit on one of those! And as commented before by someone else, the audience seems dead.

  5. I'm sorry, but I can't help getting a super loud and cocky vibe from this guy. I miss listening to Unkrich, Stanton, Bird, etc…

    Also, this has nothing to do with anything, but someone should count the number of times he says, "right?" at the end of his sentences.

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