volume 6, issue 1, P3-5 2011
DOI: 10.1177/1746847711402431
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Suzanne Buchan

Abstract: Editorial EditorialWith a range of artistic styles and methods of depicting character, place and actions, many short animation films can effectively communicate ideas, feelings and narrative without the vococentrism of live action film. In animated feature films, the voice is more prevalent, not least because features must capture and sustain the viewer's attention and interest over a longer period. The voices of most animation films are recorded human voices, added to the sound track after the film is made, …

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