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AVATAR MoCap, Unions, Masters & Shamans – Ed Hooks pt2!

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If you didn’t know Ed Hooks before, you will LOVE him after hearing this interview!  In part 2, we cover a lot of ground and there are great insights to the animation industry with Ed’s perspective. Some tidbits: Digital and Live Action are coming together… Be Entrepreneurial. Best advice – think globally… Actors have a license to stare – and see people for what they really are!   

Are those in the MOCAP suits Actors or not? How should they be paid?  It’s all up for grabs right now. Digital has changed the landscape of payments. Digital and live action are coming together. Animators are having the exact same ideas as actors.

Be Entrepreneurial. Think globally.  The movie Chico & Rita was produced by a Barcelona Spain company but was actually created by companies in 11 different countries coordinated via Spain. The production model is changing.  It’s as big as when sound entered films! You can work with anyone, anywhere. Ed works all over the world and shares his China experience as a ‘Master’ and how he had to invent again, to break thru the culture walls.

Then - WHY is that Iron Giant (from the movie) piggy bank in Ed’s closet and why is it his favorite thing in there?  Guilty pleasures, best childhood friends and Shamans.

Ed Hooks is a 30 year acting professional and has pioneered acting training specifically for animators. His books Acting for Animators and Acting in Animation: A Look at 12 Films have become standard texts at animation schools all over the world. Learn more at www.EdHooks.com and sign up for Ed’s newsletters.

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