We rarely take the opportunity to showcase our work once it's completed. That's been one of the primary "business" purposes of this blog. To do a little horn-tooting, in addition to sharing our processes and nonsensical thoughts on the field of animation.
Once a project is completed, we've almost always been immediately focused on the next production. Usually, we have 4 or more in production (currently seven in various stages of undress) so the pile of lumber and nails in front is more pressing than the monument to the rear.
Starting last March, we began working with David Grubin on his documentary "The Buddha". Our work finished the second week of December. In that time we created roughly 25 minutes of animation footage.
The program broadcasts tonight at 8:00 on PBS.
We'll be posting links to reviews here. Even the bad ones, although so far nobody's said anything bad about "The Buddha".
The New York Times
Los Angeles Times
United Features Syndicate
Kansas City Star
America Magazine (the Catholic weekly)
Victoria Advocate (BC)
Austin American Statesman
Not surprising that many sources barely mention the animation, despite it taking up nearly 1/4 of the film's running time.