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Author Zahed, Ramin.

Title The art of DreamWorks animation / by Ramin Zahed ; foreword by Jeffrey Katzenberg ; introduction by Bill Damaschke.

Published New York : Abrams, 2014.
©2014.

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 UniM Southbank  791.4334 Zah    AVAILABLE
Physical description 323 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 32 cm
Contents Forward -- Introduction -- Antz -- The Prince of Egypt -- The road to El Dorado -- Chicken run -- Shrek -- Spirit: stallion of the Cimarron -- Sinbad: legend of the Seven Seas -- Shrek 2 -- Shark tale -- Madagascar -- Wallace & Gromit: the curse of the were-rabbit -- Over the hedge -- Flushed away -- Shrek the third -- Bee movie -- Kung fu panda -- Madagascar: escape 2 Africa -- Monsters vs. aliens -- How to train your dragon -- Shrek forever after -- Megamind -- Kung fu panda 2 -- Puss in Boots -- Madagascar 3: Europe's most wanted -- Rise of the Guardians -- The Croods -- Turbo -- Mr. Peabody & Sherman -- How to train your dragon 2 -- Home -- Awards & nominations.
Summary "Founded in 1994 by Steven Spielberg, Jeffrey Katzenberg, and David Geffen, DreamWorks Animation instantly became a world-renowned animation studio with blockbuster franchises including Shrek, Madagascar, and Kung Fu Panda. Though its earliest films, such as The Prince of Egypt, feature traditional hand-drawn cel animation, DreamWorks soon forayed into claymation with Chicken Run and Wallace & Gromit, and pioneered advanced computer animation with films such as Antz, Shark Tale, and How to Train Your Dragon. Brimming with concept art, preproduction designs, and character sketches, DreamWorks Animation marks the studio's 20th anniversary and offers unprecedented behind-the-scenes access into its archives. An introduction by DreamWorks co-founder Katzenberg provides insider perspective on the studio's most popular films, as does running commentary from artists and directors on all of DreamWorks' 30 films to date." -- Publisher's description.
Other author Katzenberg, Jeffrey, 1950-
Damaschke, Bill.
Subject Dreamworks Pictures -- History.
Animated films -- Pictorial works.
ISBN 9781419711664 (hardcover)
1419711660 (hardcover)