That’s Kristy Sullivan, who has just used up one of the three wishes she thinks she has in life by safely crossing the Canadian-American border with her family on their way to New York City.
It was March 11, 1818 that Mary Shelley’s macabre masterpiece first rose from the slab. One hundred and eighty-two years later, Frankenstein, or a Modern Prometheus is…
That’s the sound of young children, quietly working on their penmanship in the 2002 French film, To Be and to Have, directed by Nicholas Philibert, which is available at most video stores.
One of the joys of reading any book, especially when we’re children, is that we can imagine how Charlotte the spider speaks, what aromas are…
We don’t usually think about the presence of ideas of race and racial supremacy even in apparently progressive animated movies.
That’s the opening from The Magic Lion, an animated film by Charles Githinji, from the National Film Board of Canada, which has a long tradition of producing some of the most original animated movies in recent times.
You’re hearing the opening for the Weston Woods animated film version of Crockett Johnson’s well-known 1955 children’s book, Harold and the Purple Crayon.
I’d know that Lassie bark anywhere. I must confess from the outset that I am an unabashed, unapologetic, totally loyal Lassie fan.
That’s Paul McCartney describing the plot of Tuesday, the award-winning picture book by David Weisner, which McCartney has transformed into an animated film, set to his own musical score.
On July 17, 1955 Walt Disney opened the doors to Disneyland and turned his cartoon world into a three-dimensional experience. Disney’s interest in fantasy takes…