It’s good to be back. The world isn’t in a much better place - but I really wasn’t expecting it to be. But I did find a show - that was light and fun to bring my mood up. And it’s a musical! Central Park is a show focusing on the Tillermans- a mixed-race family… Continue reading Take some time to visit “Central Park.”
With everything going -it feels necessary to find ways to discuss the issue of white supremacy and racism in our society and especially in our media. As an Ashkenazi Jew with a non-Jewish name, I do pass as white most of the time. I don’t look “typically” Jewish - but I’ve always been in areas… Continue reading Cartoons discuss racism – The Static Shock edition two decades later
It’s good to see original animated movies or animated movies that are based on lesser known books and works. It allows for a far more lenient adaptation; the creators don’t need to worry about pissing off too many fans. I never read The Willoughbys even though I think Lois Lowry is a brilliant author. Though… Continue reading “The Willoughbys” though no masterpiece is bright, funny and entertaining
It’s hard to believe I’ve never seen a Masaaki Yuasa film before. Last week, his newest film, the 2019 Ride Your Wave, premiered in America. Naturally, I was there with soda and popcorn in hand and totally clueless about the plot. And honestly, I can’t remember the last time I cried like this in the… Continue reading “Ride Your Wave” is the anime romance we need right now
I love going to YouTube to look at independent animators. Independent animators are one of my favorite parts of YouTube. Some channels, like Gobelins and Omeleto collect animations from different animators in one channel. While these are great to find undiscovered gems. But there are many people who manage to find success with their own… Continue reading Visit the unique world of Autodale, a dystopia like you’ve never seen before.