It can and probably will, although I think most of it is rather good.
Alex Williams posts about the new version of The Animator's Survival Kit for the iPad, which will include animated examples and the first release of Richard's new short Circus Drawings, coming in late March around Richard's 80th birthday.http://flipanimation.blogspot.com/2013/ ... -ipad.html
Looks like we just missed (on Sunday) a free screening of Raggedy Ann & Andy at UCLA.http://www.cinema.ucla.edu/
And for those who haven't heard ...http://www.92y.org/Tribeca/Events-Detai ... ision.aspx
To celebrate the upcoming 80th birthday of Richard Williams, 92Y Tribeca will present three evenings of screenings devoted to his work:
Wednesday, February 27: A screening of Who Framed Roger Rabbit on 35mm. (It is the film’s 25th anniversary this year.)
Thursday, February 28: An evening of Richard Williams rarities including his ambitious early short The Little Island (1958). The program will be introduced by NY animation director (and former Williams employee) Michael Sporn.
Friday, March 1: A screening of the documentary Persistence of Vision, about Williams’ decades-long attempt to create his personal masterpiece The Thief and the Cobbler. Amid Amidi will hosta discussion with the director of the documentary, Kevin Schreck, after the 7pm screening.
92Y Tribeca is located in Manhattan (200 Hudson Street, NY, NY 10013). Tickets for each screening are $12 and available on the 92Y Tribeca website.