Archive for Isaac Short

Episode 23: RISD Senior Animation Students 2011

Posted in ffafpodcasts with tags , , , , , , on 06/07/2011 by ffafcast

Live, from the Rhode Island School of Design, graduating senior animation students take over the show and grill the very Alan Foreman and Joel Frenzer on their animation information.  Topics:  jobs in animation immediately after school, maintaining your own art practice while working in the studio, secrets of FFAF podcast production, beatboxing, general fears, and the rapture.  Refereed by RISD Animation Professor All-Stars, Amy Kravitz and Bryan Papciak.

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Episode 14: Signe Baumane & Isaac Short

Posted in ffafpodcasts with tags , , on 07/13/2010 by ffafcast

On this episode of the Forum, Joel and Alan prognosticate the future of cinema and how podcasts are this century’s booming artform.  Then, independent animator and bunny-lover, Signe Baumane, presents her perspective on animation as art, art as animation, sex ed, the animated short vs. feature, how to finance your independent animation career, animation as a drug-habit, and how not to be a lonely rapist.  All are then joined by 6-year old Isaac Short as he works through his unhealthy obsession with early pioneers of animation.

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Episode 08: Samantha Olschan & Isaac Short

Posted in ffafpodcasts with tags , , , , on 05/24/2010 by ffafcast

This week on the Frenzer Forman Animation Forum, Alan grills Joel about cheese, shoots the shot about pickles, and reveals his own unique down-home bathing technique.  Joel blurts out starts to thoughts, pauses dramatically to think of what to say next, and concludes non-sequitarily.  Then special guest, fan, animation motion maker, and high-seas adventurer, Sam Olschan, enlightens the discussion as she loquaciously elucidates on animation teaching philosophy, production practice, dance-fighting, the implausibility of Scrooge McDuck, Narwal Quick-Fire Challenges, and flirting with the FFAF Computer.  Six-year-old animation entrepreneur Isaac Short then visits the studio to seek advice about his next very very very traditional stop-motion masterpiece.

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