volume 2, issue 1, P94-99 2007
DOI: 10.1177/1746847707074712
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Abstract: it seemed as though British animation was once again being relegated to the margins; once more being viewed as merely children's entertainment or 'funny', at best.It is pertinent, then, to consider the role of the British Animation Awards (BAAs) in creating an important and ongoing focus for the British animation industry, one which continues to present British animation as a vanguard form challenging any clichéd assumptions about the animated film. Inaugurated in 1988 -initially under the aegis of the Welsh C…

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