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Keyframe closing its doors in September

It is with a heavy heart that I am announcing Keyframe will be closing in September. 18 years is an amazing run for any website and I am so incredibly grateful to everyone for their support.

The site itself will be backed up in full. As a gift to our top reviewers, I will be extracting emailing their reviews back to them. I know over the years a great deal of time and effort have gone into those reviews and I want to make sure that people have them.

Thanks again. 

posted: Aug 13, 2017 by athena | Discuss in the forum

Award Nominee time 2012

The 85th Academy awards - better known as Oscars - are around the corner. Unlike last year's batch, 2012 actually has an entry from Pixar from the Academy, Brave. Though it's up against fairly stiff competition for the statue this year.

Disney have two entries - three if you count Brave, Aardman have another. Two of the year's entries have a distinctly horror vibe to them. None of the films have been nominated outside of Best Animated Film, or Best Short Film (Animated).

Best Animated Film

Short Film (Animated)

  • Adam and the Dog

  • Fresh Guacamole

  • Head over Heels

  • Maggie Simpson in the Longest Daycare

  • Paperman


The Annies have also announced their shortlist for their awards show, with the following nominated for Best Animated Feature.


Also around the corner are the British Academy Film and Television Awards (BAFTAs), taking place on the 10th of February.

"Brave", "Frankenweenie", and "ParaNorman" are the three BAFTA nominations for Animated Film. "While Here to Fall", "I'm Fine Thanks" and "The Making of Longbird" are in the contention for Best Short Animation.

As ever, feel free to leave you comments in the forums.

posted: Jan 10, 2013 by starlac | Discuss in the forum

John Coates, producer of the Snowman, has died.

John Coates, who was the co-founder of UK animation house TVC, has died of cancer, he was 89.

The studio he founded produced The Snowman in 1982, the 1968 Beatles feature film Yellow Submarine, as well as the Special The Wind in the Willows and the TV series The World of Peter Rabbit and Friends.

Coates had been working with Lupus Films studio on a sequel film to the Snowman, made to celebrate the holiday short's 30th anniversary. The short, titled The Snowman and the Snowdog, will be aired in the UK on Channel 4 this Christmas.

posted: Sep 21, 2012 by starlac | Discuss in the forum

An Afternoon at Spark Animation '12

Yesterday, after a very hectic week, I had the opportunity to indulge my inner animation geek and take in a few talks at Spark Animation '12, my hometown's own small animation festival organized by the Vancouver chapter of SIGGRAPH. Here are some highlights from my afternoon including the talks I heard on ParaNorman and The Rise of the Guardians and the showcase of French animation.

Spark's been running since 2008 and I've attended it a few times now. There wasn't a festival last year due to the fact that the main SIGGRAPH conference was taking place in Vancouver that summer, but previous years they've been really great events where I got to see films like Mary and Max and The Secret of Kells, documentaries on animation like Waking Sleeping Beauty (highly recommended) and Walt and El Grupo, and presentations from studios like the team from Dreamworks talking about How to Train Your Dragon.

Here are some highlights from yesterday...

TALK: The Handcrafted Visual Effects of "ParaNorman"

VFX Supervisor Brian Van't Hul from Laika gave a talk on the role of computer-based visual effects on a stop-motion film. Now, I personally really liked ParaNorman, (for details, see my review), but I think there were a few people in the audience that took one look at all the painstaking effort that goes into a stop-motion film and wondering why waste all those computer cycles prettying up the stop-motion rather than just doing the whole thing in the computer.

Answer? Essentially because stop-motion is damn cool and we think it's something worth doing.

Much of this talk focused on the ways that the VFX department supports the work of the stop-motion animators. This includes things like:

  • digitally painting out the seam on the puppet's faces where the eye and mouth shape replacement happens (see this video on YouTube for more info on how the faces were done)

  • digitally painting out the wires and metal frames the animators sometimes use to support the characters in some of the more complex stop-motion sequences -- my favourite of these was a complex armature used to animate the tiny motion of a swing rocking in the breeze

  • set extensions and hiding the open parts of the set where the animators stand to work with the puppets

  • creating computer generated crowds to fill out the background behind stop-motion animated characters

  • compositing together bits of real world elements to create a digital collage

The last one I actually found really interesting because it focused on this notion of things that we might want to animate by hand but which would be way too time consuming to do so. One example is the manipulation of tulle through many parts of visual effects. For those of you who aren't aware, tulle is this semi-translucent fabric used for things like wedding veils. The designers behind the film liked the interesting crinkly shapes that the tulle makes when it's scrunched up and so they took tulle elements and brought them together in the computer for use in things like the smoke coming off the ghosts or the roiling clouds.

Now a good thing for you is that some of the behind-the-scenes clips that we saw in the talk are readily available on YouTube, like this one on all the various pieces of the Norman puppet. Check them out and considering check out ParaNorman itself which is still running in theatres.

TALK: "Rise of the Guardians" - Reinventing Childhood Icons

Ever since the first trailers and buzz started coming out for Dreamwork's next film, Rise of the Guardians, I've been excited. Now that I've had the chance to see the opening few minutes and a couple select clips from the film... I'm *really* excited. Seriously folks, if the rest of the film is half as good as the pieces they showed us, you are going to want to line up for this one in November.

This talk was done by Gabe Hordos, Header of Character on Rise of the Guardians. As someone who is intensely interested in story and character, I found this a very insightful talk as he went through all the development that went into each of the primary characters. He said that frequently on these films animators don't really get that rock-solid grasp of the character's performance until quite late into production, so what they tried to do with Rise of the Guardians is spend more time up front learning about how each of the characters moved and reacted. He showed us a lot of pose thumbnails and interesting bits of test animation. 

As an example, the character of North (aka Santa Claus) was inspired by a warrior cossack. His movements and poses have this underlying thread of a soldier--a kind of crisp, military precision even though he has this kind of boundless energy and child-like joy as well. They found inspiration in a character in the movie Snatch, (apologies I haven't seen that movie so I've forgotten that character's name), but they liked his kind of jerky energy and did a number of test clips with North using dialog from that film.

Now the beauty of doing all this test work upfront was it gave the animators the opportunity to try things out that you'd never get away with in the final film. Hordos described it as trying to figure out when they'd gone to far and when they hadn't gone far enough. It's unfortunate that these clips will never be available for public consumption, but let's just say that the combination between the test dialog and the test animation made for some rather raunchy experiments in places.

Anyways, a great talk for what I anticipate is going to be a great movie.

FILM: Student Shorts from Gobelins / "A Cat in Paris"

The evening event was sponsored by the local French consulate and was a showcase of animation from France. Gobelins, l'école de l'image, is a Paris-based applied arts, print and digital media school known world-wide for its award winning animation. We were shown films from students' first, second and third year of animation. To give you a sense of the kind of calibre of filmmaking we're talking about, second year students are put in five person teams and their task is to make short films for Annecy, which are they shown as trailers and interstitionals at this well-known international animation festival.

While the mix of films was definitely obscure and occassionally a bit baffling in terms of themes and subject matter, they was a strong reminder in a time when animation is frequently equated to cash that it has always been its own artform. Below is my favourite of the bunch which I actually highlighted recently on Keyframe's Facebook page. The filmmakers describe the relationship between the woman and the crocodile as a metaphor for her personal struggle with shyness, but it makes for a wonderful and very sweet bit of character animation.

As for A Cat in Paris... I will leave you with this trailer for the moment and save my full review for another day. In general I concur with Dogstar's review, that this is a solid little film that won't blow you mind but has some cute gags and will keep you generally entertained for its duration.

posted: Sep 15, 2012 by athena | Discuss in the forum

Help StoryCorps raise money for its animated special

StoryCorps is a non-profit organization dedicated to recording the stories of real people and one of the ways that they showcase these stories is through animation. They've done several wonderful animated shorts over the years--some of which I've featured on Keyframe in the past--and now they are attempting to raise money for their first long-form animated special. PBS has agreed to air the special in the fall of 2013, but StoryCorps needs to raise $25,000 to make this project a reality. As of this writing they'd raised a little over $17,000, but the great thing about a Kickstarter project is that every little bit helps. If you're interested in this project, but can only put in $5, then that's perfectly fine too.

To learn more about this project, check out the StoryCorps Animated Special Kickstarter page.

And here's an example of one of the great shorts they've done in the past...

posted: Sep 02, 2012 by athena | Discuss in the forum

Comic-Con Weekend Recap

My grand-scheme of posting all the animation panels for each day of Comic-Con got sidelined by a bad back over the weekend, however here were all the panels that happened.


Activision Panel Featuring Transformers: Fall of Cybertron Video Game Talent
Legendary Transformers voice talent and game experts at developer High Moon Studios come together in one epic panel to discuss their roles in the upcoming Activision video game Transformers: Fall of Cybertron. Panelists include Peter Cullen (voice of Optimus Prime), Gregg Berger (voice of Grimlock), Nolan North (voice of Cliffjumper), and Matt Tieger (High Moon Studios game director). They'll give everyone an inside look into bringing your favorite characters to life in the making of the video game, as well as answer the questions you've been dying to ask.

Marvel Television Presents
Marvel's head of TV, Jeph Loeb, brings the scoop on season 2 of the hit animated series Ultimate Spider-Man, along with a never-before-seen episode...and a glimpse of the other heroes joining Marvel Universe on Disney XD! Plus, get the update on other hot Marvel Animation Studios projects, including Marvel Knights Animation, Marvel anime-and more surprises from Marvel Television.

Creating Animated TV Series
What does it take to create an animated series? Do you have to be a writer? An artist or animator? Both? Neither? What do you need to have to pitch an idea, and what are the studios and networks looking for? Members of the Writers Guild of America's Animation Writers Caucus who have created and developed series, along with network/studio executives who buy them, talk about pitching and answer your questions. Featuring panelists Alan Burnett (The Batman, Green Lantern: First Flight), David Corbett (executive director, North America, RGH Entertainment), Henry Gilroy (Clone Wars, GI Joe: Renegades), Craig Miller (Pocket Dragon Adventures, Beast Wars), Andrew Robinson (Kaijudo: Rise Of The Duel Masters, Young Justice), and others.

Avatar the Last Airbender: Beginning and Beyond
For over 5 years, the organizers of this Avatar: The Last Airbender fan panel have been bringing together both fans and professionals. Moderated by Avatar_Mom, this year's panel will include Bobby Rubio (Avatar the Last Airbender, Pixar, Alcatraz High), freelance concept artist DJ Welch (Dark Kenjie), Kevin Coppa (Puppet Benders), Dark Horse artists Gurihiru (Chifuyu Sasaki and Naoko Kawano), and actor/voice actor Dante Basco (Avatar the Last Airbender), and a few more surprise guests. If that isn't enough, there will be a cosplay contest to showcase the fandom's talented "fabric benders."

Cartoon Network: Adventure Time
Not just any ol' panel, this is Adventure Time! Join series creator Pendleton Ward (Lumpy Space Princess), Jeremy Shada (Finn), Tom Kenny (Ice King), and others to experience the all-out good time that is Cartoon Network's Adventure Time! There will be singing, live readings, lots of exclusive clips, and other mathematical surprises!

Comic-Con How-To: Supercharge Your deviantART Profile Like the Masters
This superstar lineup of comic, manga, and animators all have something in common besides ridiculous amounts of talent: they are all part of the deviantART community. Over the years they have learned a thing or two about getting the most out of the website, and in this panel they will share their tips and tricks on how to get the most out of your deviantART experience. The panelists are Adam Warren, one of the first manga-influenced artists to go pro back in 1988 (The Dirty Pair, Empowered); Chris Sanders, Lilo & Stich creator (Disney), How to Train Your Dragon (DreamWorks); Dave Elliott, comics industry veteran, writer and editor of over 10,000 comics projects; Jim Zubkavich, CEO, Udon Entertainment; Kevin Eastman, co-creator of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; Mark Brooks, Marvel Comics; Yuumei Yan, digital artist, cyber-activist; and panel moderator Angelo Sotira, CEO and co-founder, deviantART.com.

Futurama cannot be killed! Join the cast and crew of the Emmy-award-winning series for world premiere footage of the all-new season on Comedy Central. Plus: Wear your Futurama-themed costume for the chance to win slightly valuable prizes! Scheduled panelists include creator/executive producer Matt Groening, executive producer David X. Cohen, and stars Billy West (Fry, Zoidberg, Professor Farnsworth, Zapp Brannigan), Katey Sagal (Leela), John DiMaggio (Bender), and Maurice LaMarche (Kif Kroker, Calculon, Morbo).

Phineas and Ferb
Witty and imaginative stepbrothers Phineas and Ferb and their secret agent pet platypus Agent P are at it again! Creators Dan Povenmire and Jeff "Swampy" Marsh, along with voice talent Vincent Martella (Everybody Hates Chris), Alyson Stoner (Camp Rock), and Dee Bradley Baker (American Dad), fill you in on the latest scoop on Disney Channel's Emmy Award-winning, music-filled, animated comedy series for kids, tweens, and families. See exclusive content, including a sneak peek at this summer's epic two-part cliffhanger episode "Where's Perry?"

The Simpsons
Now entering its 24th season, The Simpsons is a living animation legend. Join moderator David Mirkin, creator Matt Groening, executive producer Al Jean, supervising producer Mike Anderson, and the voice of Lisa Simpson, Yeardley Smith, for a lengthy look at the upcoming Treehouse of Horror, a sneak (2D) peek at Simpsons theatrical short The Longest Daycare, and much, much more (okay, 45 minutes' worth).

Cartoon Voices I
Audiences flock each year to moderator Mark Evanier's panels of folks who supply the voices of your favorite animated characters. They demonstrate their craft and tell who they are and how they got into that bizarre line of work, and you'll hear a voice session happen right before your ears. This year's Saturday gathering features Matthew Mercer (ThunderCats, Resident Evil 6), Debi Derryberry (Jimmy Neutron, Monster High), April Winchell (Lilo & Stitch, The Legend of Tarzan), Steve Blum (Transformers, The Super Hero Squad Show), Jim Ward (The Avengers, The Fairly OddParents), Jack Angel (Toy Story 3, G.I. Joe), and the legendary Chuck McCann.

Family Guy
Seth MacFarlane, Alex Bornstein, Mila Kunis (Black Swan, Book of Eli), Seth Green (Robot Chicken), Mike Henry, and showrunners Mark Hentemann and Steve Callaghan offer a sneak peek at Family Guy's funniest scenes from the upcoming new season, followed by a freakin' sweet Q&A with the audience.

Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Onto Season 5
The aftermath of season 4 has left the Star Wars galaxy a very dangerous place: Darth Maul is alive, Asajj Ventress is a bounty hunter, and the Mandalorian Death Watch is deadlier than ever. How will these threads continue in season 5 of Star Wars: The Clone Wars? Find out in this behind-the-scenes panel, which will feature new clips, new insights, and more. Join the discussion with supervising director Dave Filoni and head writer Matt Michnovetz (who wrote season 4's powerful Umbara arc). Moderated by Star Wars author Pablo Hidalgo.

Comic-Con How-To: Proper Pitching and Promoting Yourself
Learn what it will take to present a proper pitch to a client or company. Learn about presentation, body language, elevator pitches, standing out, interview skills, and how to make and opportunity when there isn't one. This is the perfect panel for those looking to make a name for themselves or trying to get their ideas in front of the company of choice. Bryan Tillman is the academic director for Media Arts and Animation, Game Art and Design, Visual Game Programming, Motion Graphics and Visual Effects at the Art Institute of Washington and the author of Creative Character Design.

American Dad
An exclusive preview of next season's most hilarious moments, followed by a panel conversation with the cast and producers of American Dad featuring  Seth MacFarlane, Wendy Schaal, Scott Grimes, Rachael MacFarlane, Dee Bradley Baker, Mike Barker, and Matt Weitzman.

Disney Channel Television Animation
See exclusive footage and clips from upcoming episodes of Disney Channel's award-winning series Fish Hooks and its newest mystery adventure series Gravity Falls, plus a sneak peek at the upcoming series Wander Over Yonder. Panelists include Fish Hooks creator Noah Z. Jones (Almost Naked Animals) and executive producer Maxwell Atoms (The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy), Gravity Falls creator Alex Hirsch (Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack), voice talent from both series, and Wander Over Yonder creator Craig McCracken (Powerpuff Girls, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends) and co-producer Lauren Faust (My Little Pony, My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic). Moderated by Eric Coleman, senior vice president, original series, Disney Television Animation.

The Animated Comic App Experiment: Bottom of the Ninth
Storyboard artist (The Avengers, Cowboys and Aliens), animator (The Iron Giant) and creator of Bottom of the Ninth, Ryan Woodward had an idea. What if there was a comic that when the user touches the panels it came alive with traditionally animated characters that breath and speak, a 3d universe that cinematically draws you in with sound effects and an original score? Ryan did it and still has his marbles to share his journey of passion, work, and struggles into an unknown market.

Shut Up! Cartoons (Alloy Digital and Smosh's YouTube Original Animation Channel)
What do you get when the creative geniuses behind Smosh (third biggest channel on YouTube) and the former president of Disney Television Animation join forces with some of the most innovative animation creators out there (and the freedom to just do what they do best)? You get Shut Up! Cartoons-the original online animation channel part of YouTube's original programming initiative-a bona fide hit with prime viewing audiences and proof-positive that the web is a fertile breeding ground for the next breakthrough multiplatform animated hits! Join the producers and creators of one of the most successful YouTube premium channel launches and hear how they've captivated a significant audience of next gen viewers. Featuring Anthony Padilla and Ian Hecox -- the comedic web duo Smosh -- and Graham Bennett (YouTube content partnerships).


San Diego International Children's Film Festival
The San Diego International Children's Film Festival presents creative, exciting, and imaginative short films from around the world-animation, live action, and documentary-good for all ages, all day. Enjoy films from the U.S., Canada, Italy, Hungary, Croatia, Japan, Australia, Singapore, Spain, and beyond. Animators and filmmakers will talk about their work, how kids can make their own films, and careers in animation and filmmaking throughout the day.

LEGO Ninjago
Get an inside look at one of the hottest boys' properties of 2012, LEGO Ninjago! Hear from the creators how the hit Cartoon Network TV series is developed. LEGO designers will show how they create LEGO models from the characters and vehicles on the small screen. Join the Q&A session and see an exclusive sneak peek of Ninjago: Season 2!

Cartoon Voices II
It's the second of two panels this weekend featuring folks who supply the voices of your favorite animated characters. Moderator Mark Evanier will interrogate them about how they do what they do, ask them how they came to do what they do, and make them demonstrate what they do. Their ranks this time will include  Dee Bradley Baker (American Dad, SpongeBob SquarePants), Rob Paulsen (Pinky and the Brain, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), Audrey Wasilewski (The Garfield Show, My Life as a Teenage Robot), Fred Tatasciore (Kung Fu Panda, The Hulk), Gregg Berger (The Garfield Show, Transformers), and Misty Lee (The Garfield Show, Spider-Man).

Meet the Companions of Star Wars: The Old Republic
Voice actors behind some of the most memorable SWTOR companions talk about what it was like stepping into their roles in The Old Republic. Bring your questions for the Q&A! Panelists include Tara Strong (Risha), Catherine Taber (Vette), Tasia Velenza (Kaliyo) and others.

DC Nation Screening and Q&A
The Nation is coming to San Diego! DC Nation -- a one-hour action and comedy programming block on Cartoon Network starring some of the most beloved and legendary heroes of the DC Universe -- will be making its very first appearance at Comic-Con. In addition to exclusive video content for fan-favorite series Green Lantern: The Animated Series and Young Justice, the panel will also be presenting sneak peeks of two highly anticipated series that will be coming soon to DC Nation: Beware The Batman and Teen Titans Go! Bringing you all this superhero goodness is a panel featuring top animation producers Glen Murakami (Teen Titans), Mitch Watson (Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated), Michael Jelenic (ThunderCats), Aaron Horvath (MAD), and Jeff Prezenkowski, director of series and shorts at Warner Bros. Animation. From superheroes to sidekicks, the DC Nation panel will have something for everyone.

Cartoon Network: Ben 10: Omniverse
It's hero time in San Diego! You don't want to miss this chance to see the world premiere exclusive sneak peek of Ben 10: Omniverse. In the new series premiering this fall, Ben has a new look, new aliens, a new sidekick, and, of course, new bad guys to battle. Yuri Lowenthal (Ben) hosts a panel featuring stars and producers who will give an inside look at the creation and direction of Ben 10: Omniverse, and you'll be the first to see animation from this exciting new series!

The Cleveland Show
See the world premiere screening of "Menace II Secret Society," the season 4 premiere episode of The Cleveland Show, featuring unbelievable guest voices followed by a Q&A with panelists  Seth MacFarlane, Mike Henry, Kevin Michael Richardson (Thundercats, Green Lantern: The Animated Series, Transformers Prime), Reagan Gomez, and Rich Appel.

It's Christmas in July! Nickelodeon's SpongeBob SquarePants
Dust off your knitted sweater, fill your mug with nog and come along for some good ol' fashioned Christmas cheer as panelists take you through a behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming SpongeBob stop-motion special. Creative director Vince Waller and screen novelties directors Seamus Walsh and Mark Caballero present a sneak peek at the Christmas special. The panel will also include a sing-along and Q&A with the voice cast, including Tom Kenny (voice of SpongeBob), Bill Fagerbakke (voice of Patrick), and Mr. Lawrence (writer and voice of Plankton). Moderated by Claudia Spinelli, executive in charge for Nickelodeon.

The Business of Cartoon Voices
Have you ever been interested in a career doing voices for animated cartoons? Every year, voice director Mark Evanier (The Garfield Show) gathers together experienced actors and folks involved in casting and hiring and presents an informational panel on how the business works and how to avoid the most common mistakes of aspiring voice performers. The odds are against you, but they might get a little better if someone speaks the truth to you about what to expect and why.

A Cross-Generation Collaboration: The Inside Scoop of a Comic-Con Success Story
In 2009, a nine-year-old San Diego artist and award-winning film critic Perry Chen (Ingrid Pitt: Beyond the Forest) met Oscar-nominated animation legend Bill Plympton (Guard Dog) at Comic-Con and drew a "Hot Dog" next to the one Plympton drew for him from his acclaimed animation series. A year later, Perry was hired to work on an animation short, Ingrid Pitt: Beyond the Forest, about a young Holocaust survivor (actress Ingrid Pitt's story), under the guidance of Plympton. The rest is history. A panel of the creative team, sponsors, and distributor, including Perry Chen (animator), Kevin Sean Michaels (director), Bill Plympton (storyboard and character design), Zhu Shen (producer), Karina Bessoudo (Toon Boom Animation, vice president of marketing and communications), Douglas Little (Wacom, public relations), and Linda Olszewski (Shorts International co-head of worldwide acquisition), share the amazing behind-the-scenes story: how a first-time child animator's film got sponsorship from leading animation companies, went on to premiere at the 2011 Comic-Con and LA Shorts Fest, won multiple film festival awards, was featured in Animation magazine and on 2011 Animation Show of Shows, qualified for an Academy Award, touched many hearts, and secured worldwide distribution by Shorts International, the distributor of Oscar-nominated shorts and other outstanding short films. This lively panel, moderated by Tom Kenny (SpongeBob SquarePants) will share tips and lessons learned not only about getting started with animation, but also how to identify and secure corporate sponsorships; how get your film produced, marketed, and distributed; and how to select the right film festivals for your film.

Full-Time Creative Work on a Part-Time Schedule
Learn the secret to using part-time collaboration to achieve full-time results! No matter which industry (comics, illustration, movies, design, animation, costuming/cosplay), breaking into today's media is a full-time job, even if you have only part-time hours to accomplish it. Topher Davila (art director, GeekdomWear.com), Aleister Gilgrim (head of product for Readz/Star Labs Ltd), Sean Glumace (digital arts instructor at Golden West College), Tara Strand (co-founder, Gotham Public Works), Mario Martinez (co-creator, TomatoTV.net), Kevin Flessing (TheGeekGirlProject.com), Ron Coleman (molecular geneticist and writer), Jody Patterson (main contributor, RatBoxProductions.net), Cat Smith (voice actress, CatSmith.net), and moderator Chad Welch (illustrator, ChadWelchArt.com) talk about how they successfully juggle time between the creative and business sides while being involved in goal-oriented groups and discuss the process, pitfalls, and potential of part-time collaboration from their experiences in illustration, writing, design, animation and costuming/cosplay from a variety of levels of administration and sizes of organizations. Whether you're a hobbyist or looking to go pro, if you struggle with deadlines, need help finding collaborators, want to know how to effectively work with a team without mortally wounding each other, or simply want to know how to get your foot in the door, this panel is for you!

posted: Jul 16, 2012 by athena | Discuss in the forum
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