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Nationale Kinematographien der Animation

Afrika

  • Edera, Bruno: A la découverte d'un cinéma méconnu. Le cinéma d'animation africain. [Katalog des Festival International du Cinéma d'Animation Annecy 93. En collaboration avec le Centre International du Cinéma d'Animation (C.I.C.A.) Annecy et la Télévision Suisse Romande (T.S.R.) Genève.] Annecy: Centre International du Cinéma d'Annecy 1993, 57 S.
  • Matumweni, Makwala: Poïetique, intertextualité, narration. Codes et contexte du cinéma d'animation africain. Louvain-la-Neuve: CIACO 1996, 257 S. (Université Catholique de Louvain, Faculté des Sciences Économiques, Sociales et Politiques. N.S. 262.).
    Zugl.: Diss., 1995.

Asien

  • Lent, John A. (ed.): Animation in Asia and the Pacific. Eastleigh: John Libbey 2001, x, 270 S.
    Inhalt: Animation in China – Vignette: Te Wei's Life and Work – Vignette: A Da, China's Animated Open Door to the West – Vignette: Zhan Tong, A Stickler to the Chinese Style – New Myths for the Millennium: Japanese Animation – Vignette: Memory of an Animated Couple: Renzo and Sayoko Kinoshita – Anime in the United States – The Development of the Japanese Animation Audience in the United Kingdom and France – Vignette: Anime and Manga in Parts of Asia and Latin Americaß orean Animation: A Short But Robust Life – Vignette: Shin Dong Hun and Korea's 'Miserable' Animation Beginnings – The 'Art' Movement Between Frames in Hong Kong Animation – Vignette: The First US-Mongolian Co-Production: Genghis Khan – James Wang and His Crazy Climb to Taiwan's Cuckoo's Nest – The History of Malaysian Animated Cartoons – Vignette: Notes of a Cartoonist Temporarily Turned Animator – Animation in Singapore – Animating the Nation: Animation and Development in the Philippines – Vignette: Dwi Koendoro and His Quest for Viable Indonesian Animation – Thai Animation, Almost a One-Man Show – Vietnamese Animation: A Preliminary Look – Animation in the Subcontinent – Australian and New Zealand Animation – Animation for Development in South Asia – Overseas Animation Production in Asia.

Belgien

  • Maelstaf, Raoul: Der Zeichentrickfilm in Belgien. Brüssel: Ministerium für Auswärtige Angelegenheiten, für Außenhandel und Entwicklungsarbeit 1976, 206 S. (Informationsbericht des Ministeriums [...]. Fakten u. Kommentare. 101.).
    Forts.: Der Zeichentrickfilm in Belgien. Brüssel 1979, 51 S. (Informationsbericht [...]. Fakten u. Kommentare. 114.). – Auch in Engl.: Beyond the seventh art. Animated cartoons in Belgium. 1979.
  • Moins, Paul (sous la direction de): Image par image. Le cinéma d'animation Wallonie-Bruxelles. Bruxelles: Communauté française de Belgique/Wallonie-Bruxelles 2001, 312 S.

Bulgarien

  • Marinchevska, Nadezhda: Bulgarsko animatsionno kino, 1915-1995. Sofiia: IK "Kolibri", 2001, 366 S.

DDR

  • Lexikon:_Michalski, Jens: _Alles Trick. Das große Lexikon des Animationsfilmes der DDR. Berlin: Michalski 2005, 296 S.
  • Häntzsche, Hellmuth: Der Spiel- und Trickfilm für Kinder in der DDR. Berlin: Kinderbuchverlag 1980, 111 S. (Studien zur Geschichte der deutschen Kinder- und Jugendliteratur. 14.).
  • Schenk, Ralf / Scholze, Sabine (Red.): Die Trick-Fabrik. DEFA-Animationsfilme 1955-1990. Hrsg. vom DIAF [Deutsches Institut für Animationsfilm Dresden] in Zusammenarbeit mit der DEFA-Stiftung. Mit Beitr. von Jörg Herrmann [... ]. Berlin: Bertz 2003, 543 S.
  • Seifert, Ines (Red.): Puppen im DEFA-Animationsfil. / Puppets in DEFA animation films. Hrsg. von der DEFA-Stiftung Berlin. Berlin: DEFA-Stiftung 2006, 117 S. (Die Schriftenreihe der DEFA-Stiftung.).
    Zweisprachig dt.-engl. Aufsatzsammlung. Katalog zu einer Ausstellung.

Deutschland / BRD

  • Bibliographie:_Goergen, Jeanpaul: _Bibliografie zum deutschen Animationsfilm. Berlin: CineGraph Babelsberg 2002, 91 S. (Filmblatt-Schriften. 1.).
  • Ade, Albrecht / Alkabetz, Gil (Hrsg.): Animated films from Germany 2004. Animated films, photos, drawings, paintings, settings, puppets. [Exhibition of the Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations.] Stuttgart: Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen 2004, 96 S.
    Deutsche Animationsfilme, 1999-2002.
    Ähnliche Kataloge/Ausstellungen wurden auch zu anderen Terminen veranstaltet. Etwa:
    Ade, Albrecht (Hrsg.): Animationsfilm aus Deutschland. Eine Ausstellung des Instituts für Auslandsbeziehungen. Filme, Fotos, Zeichnungen und Malerei, Objekte und Puppen. [...] [Stuttgart]: Ifa 1998, 79 S.
    Schoemann, Annika: Der deutsche Animationsfilm. Von den Anfängen bis zur Gegenwart, 1909 – 2001. St. Augustin: Gardez! 2003, 371 S. (Filmstudien. 34.).
    Zugl.: Mainz, Univ., Diss., 2003.
  • Scholze, Sabine: Animation in Deutschland. [Dresden]: Deutsches Institut für Animationsfilm 2002, 212 S.

Estland

  • Robinson, Chris: Estonian animation. Between genius and utter illiteracy. Eastleigh/Bloomington: John Libbey; Distributed in North American by Indiana University Press 2006, xii, 212 S.

Frankreich

  • Direktorium:_Association Française du Cinéma d'Animation: _Animannuaire. Guide des professionnels du film d'animation en France. Paris: Éd. Dujarric 2002, 350 S.
  • Kermabon, Jacques: Du praxinoscope au cellulo. Un demi-siècle de cinéma d'animation en France (1892-1948). Paris : CNC Centre national de la cinématographie 2007, 351 S., 1 DVD.
    Inhalt der DVD: Pauvre Pierrot / Emile Reynaud (1892). Fantasmagorie / Emile Cohl (1908). Sculpteur moderne / Segundo de Chomon (1908). Ballet mécanique / Fernand léger (1924). L'idée / Berthold Bartosch (1932). Histoire sans paroles. A l'est rien de nouveau / Bogdan Zoubowitch (1934). La joie de vivre / Anthony Gross et Hector Hoppin (1934). Trois thèmes / Alexandre Alexeïeff et Claire Parker (1980). La fortune enchantée / Pierre Charbonnier (1936). Callisto, la petite nymphe de Diane / André-Edouard Marty (1943). Anatole fait du camping / Albert Dubout (1947). Le petit soldat / Paul Grimault (1948) Bonus DVD: Gaumont-Pathé magazine no 34 (Les Archives du film, 1975). Comment on sauve un film / Philippe Truffault, 1996 (voix: Claude Chabrol).
  • Maillet, Raymond: Le Dessin animé français. [Katalog, anläßlich einer Ausstellung: 100 ans de création, 23 juin-16 octobre.] Paris: Musée-Galerie de la Seita 1982, 34 Bl.
    Erneut: Lyon-Monplaisir: Institut Lumière 1983 (Premier film.).
  • Neupert, Richard John: French animation history. Malden, Mass. [...]: Wiley-Blackwell 2011, xviii, 192, [8] S.

Großbritannien

  • Filmographie:_Gifford, Denis: _British Animated Films, 1895-1985. A Filmography. Jefferson, NC [...]: McFarland 1987, xxi, 345 S.

Italien

  • Bendazzi, Giannalberto: La fabbrica dell'animazione. Bruno Bozzetto nell'industria culturale italiana. Milano: Ed. Il Castoro 2003, 168 S., [8] Taf. (Quaderni Fondazione Cineteca Italiana.).

Japan

  • Bibliographie:_Koulikov, Mikhail: _Online Bibliography of Anime and Manga Research / Anime and Manga Web Essay Archive (AMWESS), [URL: [http://www.corneredangel.com/amwess/acad_1_fj.html]], Datum des letzten Abrufs: 13.10.2010.
  • Filmographie:_Camp, Brian / Davis, Julie: _Anime classics Zettai!ß100 must-see Japanese animation masterpieces. Berkeley, Cal.: Stone Bridge Press 2007, 408 S.
  • Filmographie:_Clements, Jonathan / McCarthy, Helen: _The anime encyclopedia. A guide to Japanese animation since 1917. Berkeley, Cal.: Stone Bridge Press 2001, xviii, 545 S.
    Rev. and expanded ed. Berkeley, Cal.: Stone Bridge Press 2006, xxiv, 867 S.
    Lexikon zu weit über 2000 Titeln von Anime in den Erscheinungsformen (Kino-)Film, Video(serie), Fernsehfilm und Fernsehserie bis einschließlich 2005. Sehr kurze Anime aus dem „Kunstbereich" sind nur selten vertreten, der Schwerpunkt liegt auf kommerziellen Produkten. Zu diesen Einträgen gesellen sich in der 2. Aufl. kurze Einträge zu Regisseuren, Animationszeichnern und Produktionsstudios, sowie statt früher zwei nunmehr 28 Überblicksartikel zu Themen wie Sportanime oder Frühe Anime.
  • Filmographie:_Poitras, Gilles: _The anime companion. What's Japanese in Japanese animation? Berkeley, Cal.: Stone Bridge Press 1999, xii, 163 S.
  • Azuma, Hiroki: Otaku. Dobutsukasuru posutomodan. Japan's database animals. Transl. by Jonathan E. Abel and Shion Kono. Minneapolis, Minn. [...]: University of Minnesota Press 2009, xxix, 144 S.
  • Baricordi, Andrea: Anime: Guida al cinema di animazione giapponese. Con un indice dei titoli originali e dei titoli italiani. Bologna: Granata Press, 1991, 319 S. (Cartoonia.).
    Engl:. Anime: A guide to Japanese animation, 1958-1988. Montréal: Protoculture 2000, 311 S.
  • Berndt, Jaqueline: Phänomen Manga. Comic-Kultur in Japan. Berlin: Ed. q 1995, 200 S. (Japan-Edition.).
  • Bolton, Christopher / Csicsery-Ronay, Istvan / Tatsumi, Takayuki (eds.): Robot ghosts and wired dreams: Japanese science fiction from origins to anime. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press 2007, xxii, 269 S.
  • Brenner, Robin E.: Understanding manga and anime. Westport, Conn. Libraries Unlimited 2007, xix, 333 S.
    Inhalt: Short history of manga and anime – Manga and anime vocabulary – Culture clash : East meets West – Adventures with ninjas and schoolgirls : humor and realism – Samurai and shogun : action, war, and historical fiction – Giant robots and nature spirits : science fiction, fantasy, and legends – Understanding fans and fan culture – Draw in a crowd : promotion and programs – Collection development.
  • Brophy, Philip: 100 Anime. London: BFI 2005, ix, 262 S. (BFI screen guides.).
    Zum japanischen Animationsfilm. Filmographie.
  • Brown, Steven T. (ed.): Cinema anime. Critical engagements with Japanese animation. New York, NY [...]: Palgrave MacMillan 2006, viii, 248 S.
    This collection charts the terrain of contemporary Japanese animation, one of the most explosive forms of visual culture to emerge at the crossroads of transnational cultural production in the last twenty-five years. The essays offer bold and insightful engagement with anime's concerns with gender identity, anxieties about body mutation and technological monstrosity, and apocalyptic fantasies. The contributors dismantle the distinction between "high" and "low" culture and offer compelling arguments for the value and importance of the study of anime and popular culture as a key link in the translation from the local to the global.
    Inhalt: The Anime Screen / Steven T. Brown – Part I: Towards a Cultural Politics of Anime – Excuse Me, Who Are You? Performance, the Gaze, and the Female in the Works of Kon Satoshi / Susan Napier – The Americanization of Anime and Manga: Negotiating Popular Culture / Antonia Levi – The Advent of Meguro Empress: Decoding the Avant-Pop Anime TAMALA 2010 / Tatsumi Takayuki – Part II: Post-Human Bodies in the Animated Imaginary – Frankenstein and the Cyborg Metropolis / Sharalyn Orbaugh – Animated Bodies and Cybernetic Selves: The Animatrix and the Question of Post-Humanity / Carl Silvio – The Robots from Takkun's Head: Cyborg Adolescence in FLCL / Brian Ruh – Part III: Anime and the Limits of Cinema – The First Time as Farce: Digital Animation and the Repetition of Cinema / Thomas LaMarre – "Such Is the Contrivance of the Cinematograph": Dur(anim)ation, Modernity, and Edo Culture in Tabaimo's Animated Installations / Livia Monnet.
  • Castellazzi, Davide: Animeland. viaggio tra i cartoni made in Japan. Firenze: Tarab 1999, 200 S. (Effetto notte. 7.).
  • Cavallaro, Dani: The art of Studio Gainax. Experimentation, style and innovation at the leading edge of anime. Jefferson, NC [...]: McFarland 2009, vii, 228 S.
    Zur Geschichte des japanischen Trickfilmstudios Gainax, 1987-2006. Inhalt: Brief history of Studio Gainax – Royal Space Force: the wings of Honneamise (1987) – Gunbuster (1988) – Nadia: the secret of Blue Water (1990-1991) – Otaku no video (1991) – Neon Genesis Evangelion I-TV series (1995-1996) – Neon Genesis Evangelion II-the movies (1997; 2007-2008) – His and her circumstances (1998-1999) – FLCL (2000) – Mahoromatic-automatic maiden (2001-2002) – Magical shopping arcade Abenobashi (2002) – This ugly yet beautiful world (2004) – Diebuster saga (2004-2006) – Anime magic of Studio Gainax.
  • Deutsches Filminstitut DIF e.V. / Deutsches Filmmuseum (Hrsg.): Ga-netchú! The Manga Anime Syndrome. Berlin: Hentschel 2008, 274 S.
    Begleitband zur Ausstellung im Deutschen Filmmuseum Frankfurt.
  • Drazen, Patrick: Anime explosion! The what? why? & wow! of Japanese animation. Berkeley, Cal.: Stone Bridge Press 2003, xvi, 369 S.
    Where did Japanese animation come from, and what does it all mean? Written for fans, culture watchers, and perplexed outsiders, this is a tour of the anime megaverse, from older arts and manga traditions to the works of modern directors like Miyazaki and Otomo. Read about anime standbys like giant robots, samurai, furry beasts, high school heroines, and gay/girl/fanboy love--even war and reincarnation, plus all of anime's major themes, styles, and conventions.
  • Fleming, Jeff: My reality. Contemporary art and the culture of Japanese animation. Essays by Jeff Fleming, Susan Lubowsky Talbott & Takashi Murakami. Des Moines, Iowa: Des Moines Art Center / New York: Independent Curators International 2001, 80 S.
    Exhibition itinerary: the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, New York, July 28-Oct. 3, 2001 and other locations.
  • Ghilardi, Marcello (a cura di): Cuore e acciaio. Estetica dell'animazione giapponese. Padova: Esedra 2004, 204 S. (Parva. 6.).
  • Grajdian, Maria: Das japanische Anime. Versuch einer wissenschaftlichen Annäherung. Sibiu: Vlg. der Lucian Blaga-Universität 2008, 171 S.
    Zuerst als Diss., Universität Sibiu 2006/07.
  • Hu, Tze-Yue G.: Frames of Anime. Culture And Image Building. Hongkong: Hongkong University Press / London: Eurospan 2010, xiii, 228 S, [6] Taf.
    Inhalt: Introduction – Origins of the Japanese Art of Animating – Continuity of Art Forms and Their Visualness – Cultural Thought, Expressing the Self, and Image-building – Development of Japanese Animation up to the End of the Second World War – Postwar Japanese Animation Development and Toei Animation Studio – Miyazaki and Takahata Anime Cinema – Anime in Asia: A Case of Cultural Imperialism? – Epilogue.
  • Kelts, Roland: Japanamerica: How Japanese pop culture has invaded the U.S., Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan 2006, x, 238 S., 8 Taf.
  • LaMarre, Thomas: The anime machine: A media theory of animation. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press 2009, xxxvii, 385 S.
    Inhalt: Multiplanar Image – Cinematism and Animetism – Animation Stand – Compositing – Merely Technological Behavior – Flying Machines – Full Animation – Only a Girl Can Save Us Now – Giving Up the Gun – Exploded View – Relative Movement – Structures of Depth – The Distributive Field – Otaku Imaging – Multiple Frames of Reference – Inner Natures – Full Limited Animation – Girl Computerized – A Face on the Train – The Absence of Sex – Platonic Sex – Perversion – The Spiral Dance of Symptom and Specter – Emergent Positions – Anime Eyes Manga – Conclusion: Patterns of Serialization.
    Presents a foundational theory of animation and what it reveals about our relationship to technology. The Anime Machine defines the visual characteristics of anime and the meanings generated by those specifically "animetic" effects-the multiplanar image, the distributive field of vision, exploded projection, modulation, and other techniques of character animation-through close analysis of major films and television series, studios, animators, and directors, as well as Japanese theories of animation. Lamarre first addresses the technology of anime: the cells on which the images are drawn, the animation stand at which the animator works, the layers of drawings in a frame, the techniques of drawing and blurring lines, how characters are made to move. He then examines foundational works of anime, including the films and television series of Miyazaki Hayao and Anno Hideaki, the multimedia art of Murakami Takashi, and CLAMṔs manga and anime adaptations, to illuminate the profound connections between animators, characters, spectators, and technology. Working at the intersection of the philosophy of technology and the history of thought, Lamarre explores how anime and its related media entail material orientations and demonstrates concretely how the "animetic machine" encourages a specific approach to thinking about technology and opens new ways for understanding our place in the technologized world around us.
  • Ledoux, Trish (ed.): Anime : the first five years of animerica, anime and manga monthly (1992-1997). San Francisco, Cal.: Cadence Books 1997, 192 S.
    Inhalt: Yoshiyuki Tomino – Rumiko Takahashi – Hayao Miyazaki – Masamune Shirow – Ryoichi Ikegami – Yukito Kishiro – Yoshiki Takaya – Kosuke Fujishima – Yasuhiro Imagawa – Hiroki Hayashi – Haruka Takachiho – Hiroyuki Kitazume – Shoji Kawamori – Kei Kusunoki – Buichi Terasawa – Mamoru Oshii – Gisaburo Sugii – Leiji Matsumoto – Ryosuke Takahashi – Nanase Okawa.
  • Ledoux, Trish / Ramney, Doug: The complete anime guide: Japanese animation video directory & resource guide. Issaquah, Wash.: Tiger Mountain Press 1995, v, 215 S.
    2. ed., [rev., updated, expanded], 1997, viii, 214 S.
  • Lev, Antonia: Samurai from outer space: understanding Japanese animation. Chicago, IL: Open Court 1996, x, 169 S.
    2nd ed. 1997.
  • Napier, Susan J.: Anime from „Akira" to „Princess Mononoke". Experiencing contemporary Japanese animation. Updated ed. [Rev. ed.]. New York, N.Y. [...]: Palgrave Macmillan 2005, xviii, 355 S., [8] Taf.
    Inhalt: 1. Introduction – Foreword to the Updated Edition – Why Anime? – Anime and Global/Local Identity – 2. Body, Metamorphosis, Identity – Akira and Ranma ½ : The Monstrous Adolescent – Controlling Bodies: The Body in Pornographic Anime – Ghosts and Machines: The Technological Body – Doll Parts: Technology and the Body in Ghost in the Shell – Stray: Gender Panics, Masculine Crises, and Fantasy – 3. Magical Girls and Fantasy Worlds – The Enchantment of Estrangement: The Shojo in the World of Miyazaki Hayao – Now You See Her, Now You Don't: The Disappeaing Shojo – Carnival and Conservatism in Romantic Comedy – 4. Remaking Master Narratives: Anime Confronts History – No More Words: Barefoot Gen, Grave of Fireflies, and "Victim's History" – Princess Mononoke : Fantasy, the Feminine, and the Myth of "Progress" – Waiting for the End of the World: Apocalyptic Identity – Elegies.
    Zuerst als: Anime from „Akira" to „Howl's Moving Castle". [...] New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan 2001.
  • Napier, Susan: From impressionism to anime: Japan as fantasy and fan cult in the mind of the West, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan 2007, xii, 258 S.
    Inhalt: Introduction: Orientalism, (soft) Power and Pleasure --Japonisme from Monet to Van Gogh: Above all to make you see? --Mon Semblable! Mon Frere: Collecting, Doubling and Mirroring Japan in England and America 1878-1941 – Paths of Power: Japan as Utopia and Dystopia in the Postwar American Imagination – The Dark Heart of Fantasy: Japanese Women in the Eyes of the Western Male – 90's and Beyond: Japanese Fantasy Takes Wing --Anime Nation: Cons, Cosplay and (Sub) Cultural Capital --Differing Destinations: Cultural Identification, Orientalism, and Soft Power in 21st Century Anime Fandom --In Search of Sacred Space? Anime Fandom and MiyazakiWorld --Conclusion: From Fans to Fandom.
  • Papp, Zília: Anime and its roots in early Japanese monster art. Folkestone: Global Oriental 2010, xiii, 180 S.
  • Patten, Fred: Watching Anime, Reading Manga: 25 Years of Essays and Reviews. Berkeley, CA: Stone Bridge Press 2004, 383 S.
  • Pellitteri, Marco: The dragon and the dazzle. Models, strategies and identities of Japanese Imagination. A European perspective. With an essay by Jean-Marie Bouissou. Latina: Tunué 2010, xli, 689 S.
    Über die japanische Animationskultur (Manga) und den japanischen Zeichentrickfilm. Inhalt: Comic books, strips, etc. – History and criticism / Animated television programs – History and criticism / Popular culture – Japanese influences.
  • Poitras, Gilles: The anime companion: What's Japanese in Japanese animation? Berkeley, CA: Stone Bridge Press 1999, xii, 163 S.
  • Poitras, Gilles: Anime essentials - every thing a fan needs to know. Berkeley, Cal.: Stone Bridge Press 2001, 127 S.
  • Robinson, Chris: Japanese animation. Time out of mind. New Barnet, Herts: Libbey Publishing [...] 2010, x, 142 S.
  • Schodt, Frederik L.: Manga! Manga! The world of Japanese comics. Tokyo/New York: Kodansha International [distrib. in the U.S. Harper & Row] 1983.
    Repr.: Tokyo [...]: Kodansha International 1998, 260 S.
  • Steiff, Josef / Tamplin, Tristan D. (eds.): Anime and philosophy. Wide eyed wonder. Chicago, Ill.: Open Court 2010, xviii, 348 S. (Popular culture and philosophy. 47.).
    Zum japanischen Anime.
    Inhalt: Accidental Anime – Body. Take a Ride on the Catbus – The Making of Killer Cuties – Just a Ghost in a Shell? – Mind. I Am Tetsuo – The CPU Has Its Reasons – Eye Am – Spirit. Nothing that Happens Is Ever Forgotten – Did Santa Die on the Cross? – Does the End of the World Justify Being Cruel? – Conflict. Just War Is No Gouf – The Search for Vengeance – The Possibility of Perfection – Heroes. Alchemic Heroes – Astro Boy and the Atomic Age – Grave of the Child Hero – Devils. 16. Human Alchemy and the Deadly Sins of Capitalism – Everything You Never Wanted to Know about Sex and Were Afraid to Watch – The Devil Within – Future Perfect. Cyborg Songs for an Existential Crisis – The Technological Path to Transcendence – It's the End of the Species as We Know It, and I Feel Anxious – Alternate Ending: Bide Your Time and Hold Out Hope.

Kanada

  • Bibliographie:_Lent, John A. (ed.): _Animation, caricature and gag and political cartoons in the United States and Canada: An international bibliography. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press 1994, 440 pp. (Bibliographies and Indexes in Popular Culture. 3.).
  • Bastiancich, Alfio (a cura di): Immagine per immagine: Cinema di animazione al National Film Board of Canada. Milano: Azzurra 1989, 126 S.
  • Coté, Guy L.: Le cinéma image par image à l'Office national du film, Canada. [Ottawa]: ONF 1956, 27 S.
    Edition revue et augmentée 1958.
  • Falardeau, Mira: Histoire du cinéma d'animation au Québec. Essai. Montréal: Typo 2006, 186 S. (Typo. Essai.).
  • National Film Board of Canada. Animation Studio: Répertoire des films produits par le Studio d'animation du Programme français de l'Office national du film du Canada, 1966-1991. […] Montréal: Le Studio = The Studio 1991, 37 S.
  • Portrait d'un studio d'animation: L'art et le cinema image par image. Montréal: Studio Français d'Animation de l'Office National du Film du Canada 1983, 94 S.

Niederlande

  • Peters, Mette / Barten, Egbert: Meestal in't verborgene: Animatiefilm in Nederland, 1940-1945. Abcoude; Tilburg: Uniepers / Nederlands Instituut voor Animatiefilm 2000, 128 S.

Österreich

  • Association Internationale du Film d'Animation (Hrsg.): Animationsfilm in Österreich. Recherche, Filmausw. u. Koordination: Thomas Renoldner […]. Wien: ASIFA 2004ff.
    1. 1900-1970, 2004, 64 S.
  • Baker, Mirjam: Animationsausbildung in Österreich. Eine Analyse der aktuellen Situation. Diplomarb., St. Pölten: FH-Stg. Telekommunikation und Medien, 2010, 123 Bl. 
  • Bruckner, Franziska: Malerei in Bewegung. Studio für experimentellen Animationsfilm an der Universität für Angewandte Kunst Wien. Wien: Springer 2011, 199 S.
  • Dewald, Christian / Groschup, Sabine / Mattuschka, Mara / Renoldner, Thomas (Hg_.): Die Kunst des Einzelbilds. Animationsfilm in Österreich von 1832 bis heute._ Wien: Filmarchiv Austria 2010, 400 S.
  • Filmkunst Zeitschrift für Filmkultur und Filmwissenschaft, 139, 1993: Animationsfilm in Österreich (Wien, ÖGVKM 1993).
  • Renoldner, Thomas / Frischengruber, Lisa: Animated Films in Austria. Part I: 1900--1970. Wien: Asifa-Austria 2008, 35 S.

Pazifik

  • Lent, John A. (ed.): Animation in Asia and the Pacific. Eastleigh: John Libbey 2001, X, 270 S.
    Inhalt: Animation in China – Vignette: Te Wei's Life and Work – Vignette: A Da, China's Animated Open Door to the West – Vignette: Zhan Tong, A Stickler to the Chinese Style – New Myths for the Millennium: Japanese Animation – Vignette: Memory of an Animated Couple: Renzo and Sayoko Kinoshita – Anime in the United States – The Development of the Japanese Animation Audience in the United Kingdom and France – Vignette: Anime and Manga in Parts of Asia and Latin Americaß orean Animation: A Short But Robust Life – Vignette: Shin Dong Hun and Korea's 'Miserable' Animation Beginnings – The 'Art' Movement Between Frames in Hong Kong Animation – Vignette: The First US-Mongolian Co-Production: Genghis Khan – James Wang and His Crazy Climb to Taiwan's Cuckoo's Nest – The History of Malaysian Animated Cartoons – Vignette: Notes of a Cartoonist Temporarily Turned Animator – Animation in Singapore – Animating the Nation: Animation and Development in the Philippines – Vignette: Dwi Koendoro and His Quest for Viable Indonesian Animation – Thai Animation, Almost a One-Man Show – Vietnamese Animation: A Preliminary Look – Animation in the Subcontinent – Australian and New Zealand Animation – Animation for Development in South Asia – Overseas Animation Production in Asia.

Polen

  • Filmographie:Polish animated films. / Polskie filmy animowane. Warszawa: Film Polski 1967-1972.
  • Spalińska-Mazur, Joanna: Inwencje i kontynuacje Polski autorski film animowany w latach 1980-1990. Opole: Wydawn. Uniw. Opolskiego 2009, 186 S., [6] Taf. (Studia i Monografie / Uniwersytet Opolski, Opolskie Towarzystwo Przyjaciól Nauk. 424.).
    Geschichte des polnischen Animationsfilms, 1980-1990.
    Schweden
  • Andersson, Lars Gustaf / Sundholm, John] / Widding, Astrid Söderbergh: A History of Swedish Experimental Film Culture: From Early Animation to Video Art. Stockholm: National Library of Sweden // New Barnet, Herts.: John Libbey Publishing / Bloomington, IN: Distributed in North America by Indiana University Press 2010, 248 S. (Mediehistoriskt arkiv. 17.).
    Art film in Sweden from early cinema to the digital age – This first-ever study of Swedish experimental film represents the results of a Swedish Research Council initiative in 2006-2008. The essays address the institutions, filmmakers, and films important to the history of experimental film in Sweden, and place this history in larger artistic and socio-cultural contexts. The authors look at the work of the Independent Film Group, regional Fluxus groups, E.A.T., and figures such as Viking Eggeling, Rune Hagberg, Pontus Hultén, Öyvind Fahlström, Leo Reis, Bo Jonsson, and Åke Karlung.
  • Heine, Susanne / Enquist, Lena / Lysander, Elisabeth: Animated films for children and young people from the Swedish Film Institute. Stockholm: Svenska Filminstitutet 1989, 34 S.
  • Jungstedt, Torsten: Kapten Grogg och hans vänner... som alla var med om den tecknade svenska stumfilmen. Stockholm: Sveriges radios förlag 1973, 272 S. (Svenska filminstitutet. Dokumentationsavdelningen. Skrifter. 14.).
    Engl.: Captain Grogg and his friends: About Victor Bergdahl, Emil Aoberg, M. R. Liljequist to the Animated Swedish Silent Film. Stockholm: Svenska filminstitutet 1973.
  • Lillieborg, Claes-Göran: Schwedischer Animationsfilm – auf dem Weg in ein goldenes Zeitalter? Ein kurzer Überblick über schwedische Animation heute. Stockholm: Svenska Film Institutet 1982, 7 S. (Aktuelle Informationen aus Schweden. 296.).
  • Marko-Nord, Adam: Den svenska animationsbranschen: En rapport. Stockholm: Svenska filminstitutet 2005, 27 S.

Schweiz

  • Edera, Bruno: Histoire du cinéma suisse d'animation. Lausanne: La Cinémathèque Suisse / Yverdon: Cinémathèque-Travelling 1978, 247 S. (Travelling. 51/52.).
  • Gasser, Christian: animation.ch. Vielfalt und Visionen im Schweizer Animationsfilm. / Vision and Versatility in Swiss Animated Film. Hrsg. von Hochschule Luzern [...]. Sulgen: Benteli 2011, 312 S.
    Dt.Engl. Die zwanzig Schweizer Filmschaffenden, die der Band vorstellt, stehen für die Vielfalt und die Eigenständigkeit des heutigen Schaffens, vom experimentellen Kurzfilm bis zum Werbespot, vom Autorenkurzfilm bis zur Fernsehserie, vom Kinofilm bis zur Animation in der Kunst. Ähnlich vielfältig sind die Techniken, mit denen sie arbeiten: vom klassischen Zeichentrick über Knetanimation, Lege, Sach- und Puppentrick bis zur Computeranimation. Ein Schwerpunkt ist die Dokumentation der Produktion: Zum einen werden die verschiedenen Arbeitsschritte in den unterschiedlichsten Techniken dokumentiert, von ersten Skizzen und Modellen über Storyboards bis hin zum endgültigen Filmbild. Zum anderen vermitteln detaillierte Bildsequenzen einen guten Eindruck von Erzählweise, Dramaturgie, Bildsprache, Inhalten und Atmosphären in den wichtigsten Werken der einzelnen Filmschaffenden.

Serbokroatien

  • Zanić, Ivo: Kako bi trebali govoriti hrvatski magarci? O sociolingvistici animiranih filmova. Zagreb: Algoritam 2009, 200 S.
    Zum Sprachgebrauch im serbokroatischen Animationsfilm.

Slowakei

  • Urc, Rudolf / Veselý, Marian / Macek, Václav (Hrsg.): Slovenský animovaný film. Bratislava: Nadácia FOTOFO 1994, 210 S.
    Zum slowakischen Animationsfilm.

Sowjetunion

  • Ade, Albrecht (Hrsg.): Sowjetischer Trickfilm. Ausstellung, Filmshow. Eine Ausstellung des Instituts für Auslandsbeziehungen, Stuttgart. Stuttgart: Inst. für Auslandsbeziehungen [ca. 1988], 60 S.
  • MacFadyen, David: Yellow crocodiles and blue oranges. Russian animated film since World War Two. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press 2005, xx, 256 S.
    Inhalt: Introduction: Socialism and the Big-Hearted Silliness of Soviet Popular Culture – 1. The Philosophy and Socialist Status of the Animated Epoche – Is the Philosophy of Soviet Animation an Anomaly? – Cartography: Mapping the Status of Phenomenology in the Soviet Union – 2. The Provenance of Animated Phenomenology – Several Paradoxes of Soviet Realism and Disney's Unexpected Alternative – The Annals of Soviet Animation: Consciousness versus Historicism: From World War Two until 1970 – From 1970 to the Present – 3. Journalism and the Vox Populi – Realism: The Press and Public Respond – Originality: Innovation and the Tenacity of Logocentrism and Profiteering – Humour: Minor Modes and Major Politics – Music: The Remarkable, Kind Laws of the "Land of Animation".

Sozialistische Länder

  • Lichtenstein, Manfred (Zusammenstellung u. Red.): Animationsfilm sozialistischer Länder. Berlin: Staatliches Filmarchiv der DDR 1978, 212, [36] S.

Spanien

  • Martínez Barnuevo, María Luisa: El largometraje de animación español: análisis y evaluación, Madrid: Sociedad General de Autores y Editores 2008, 260 S. (Datautor.).

Tschechoslowakei

  • Dutka, Edgar: Scenáristika animovaného filmu. Minimum z historie ceské animace. 2., rozs. vyd. V Praze: Akad. Múzických Umení 2006, 137 S., [2] Taf. (AMU = DAMU + FAMU + HAMU.).
    Zur Geschichte des tschechischen Animationsfils.
  • Kacor, Miroslav / Podhradský, Michal / Mertová, Michaela: Zlatý vek ceské loutkové animace. Praha: Mladá Fronta 2010, 221 S.
    Geschichte des Animationsfilms in den böhmischen Ländern, 1945-2005.
  • Kolman, Vladimir: Vom Millionär, der die Sonne stahl. Geschichte des tschechoslowakischen Animationsfilms. Aus d. Tschech. von Hans-Joachim Schlegel. Frankfurt: Deutsches Filmmuseum 1981, 120 S.
    Anläßlich d. Ausstellung "Tschechoslowakischer Zeichentrick- u. Puppentrickfilm", 5.-27. September 1981 in Zsarb. mit d. Zentraldirektion d. Tschechoslowakischen Films.
  • Wechsler, Jeffrey (Organis.): Krátký film. The art of Czechoslovak animation. [Texte v.] Pos, Jan / Beckerman, Howard. New Brunswick, N.J. Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers 1991, xvi, 32 S.
    Ausstellungskatalog: Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, March 10 - July 2, 1991; University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tucson, Arizona, August 20 - September 30, 1991 ; Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska, November 23, 1991 - January 19, 1992. / with essays by Jan Poš and Howard Beckerman. Exhibition organized by Jeffrey Wechsler.

USA

  • Bibliographie:_Lent, John A. (ed.): _Animation, caricature and gag and political cartoons in the United States and Canada: An international bibliography. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press 1994, 440 S. (Bibliographies and Indexes in Popular Culture. 3.).
  • Filmographie:_Lenburg, Jeff: _The encyclopedia of animated cartoons. Foreword by June Foray. 2nd ed. New York: Facts on File 1999, xv, 576 S.
    Gliederung: A Nutshell History of the American Animated Cartoon (1-17). – Silent Cartoon Series (18-48). – Theatrical Sound Cartoon Series (49-159). – Full-Length Animated Features (160-214). – Animated Television Specials (215-352). Television Cartoon Series (353-552). – Awards and Honors.
  • Filmographie:_MacCall, Douglas L.: _Film cartoons. A guide to 20th century American animated features and shorts. Jefferson, NC [...]: McFarland 1998, v, 261 S.
    Gliederung: Animated Feature Films; Features with Animated Sequences; Animated Shorts.
  • Barrier, J. Michael: Hollywood cartoons. American animation in its golden age. New York [...]: Oxford University Press 1999, xviii, 648 S.
    Geschichte des US-Zeichentrickfilms, 1930-1966.
  • Barrier, Michael J.: Building a better mouse. Fifty years of animation. [Catalog of an exhibition at the Library of Congress, November 21, 1978-January 30, 1979.] Washington: Library of Congress 1978, 38 S.
  • Canemaker, John: Before the animation begins: The art and lives of Disney inspirational sketch artists. New York: Hyperion 1996, xiii, 209 S.
    Inhalt: Seeking Inspiration – Albert Hurter – Ferdinand Horvath – Gustaf Tenggren – Joe Grant and the Character Model Department – James Bodrero – Kay Nielsen – Fantastic Fantasia – Bianca Majolie – Sylvia Moberly-Holland – Mary Blair – Tyrus Wong – David Hall – Eyvind Earle – Ken Anderson – New Age Inspirations.
  • Cohen, Karl F.: Forbidden animation. Censored cartoons and blacklisted animators in America. Jefferson, NC [...]: McFarland 1997, 230 S.
    Inhalt: Censorship of Theatrical Animation – Racism and Resistance: Stereotypes in Animation – Uncensored Animation – Censoring Animation on Television – Blacklisted Animators.
  • Crafton, Donald: Before Mickey: The animated film 1898-1928, Cambridge, MA / London: The MIT Press 1984, xx, 413 S.
  • Frierson, Michael: Clay animation: American highlights 1908 to the present. New York: Twayne / Toronto: Maxwell Macmillan 1994, xvi, 278 S. (Twayne's filmmakers series.).
  • Gifford, Denis: American animated films: The silent era, 1897-1929. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland 1990, xvi, 208 S..
  • Kanfer, Stefan: Serious business: The art and commerce of animation in America from Betty Boop to „Toy Story". New York: Scribner 1997, 256 S., 8 Taf.
    Repr.: New York : Da Capo Press 1999.
  • Lehman, Christopher P.: American animated cartoons of the Vietnam era. A study of social commentary in films and television programs, 1961-1973. Jefferson, NC [...]: McFarland 2007, viii, 223 S.
    This work discusses the evolution of U.S. animation from militaristic and violent, to more liberal and pacifist, and the role of the Vietnam War in this development.
  • Lehman, Christopher P.: The Colored cartoon. Black representation in American animated short films, 1907-1954. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press 2007, 137 S.
    Inhalt: The Blackness of Animation – The Silent Era – The Arrival of Sound – Black Characterizations --ßFred ‚Tex' Avery and ‚Trickster' Animation – Black Representation and World War II Political Concerns – African American Representation and Changing Race Relations – United Productions and the End of Animated Black Representation – The Legacy of African American Expression.
  • Maltin, Leonard: Of mice and magic. A history of American animated cartoons. New York: McGraw-Hill 1980, ix, 470 p., [8] S.
    New, updated ed. New York: Crown 1984.
    Rev. ed. New York: New American Library 1987, ix, 485 S. (A Plume book.).
    Dt.: Der klassische amerikanische Zeichentrickfilm. Der berühmteste Film der Welt und seine Geschichte. Übers.: Bernd Eckhardt, Claudia Walter. München: Heyne 1982, 591 S. (Heyne-Filmbibliothek. 42.).
  • Mittell, Jason: Genre and television: From cop shows to cartoons in American culture. New York: Routledge 2004, xviii, 238 S.
    Inhalt: Television Genres as Cultural Categories – Before the Scandals-Genre Historiography and the Cultural History of the Quiz Show – From Saturday Morning to Around the Clock-The Industrial Practices of TelevisionßCartoons – Audiences Talk Genres-Talk Shows and the Intersections of Taste and Identity – Policing Genres-Dragnet's Texts and Generic Contexts – Making Fun of Genres-The Politics of Parody and Genre Mixing in Soap and The Simpsons.
  • Peary, Danny / Peary, Gerald (eds.): The American animated cartoon: A critical anthology. New York: Dutton, 1980, ix, 310 S. (A Dutton paperback.).
  • Shull, Michael S. / Wilt, David E.: Doing their bit. Wartime American animated short films, 1939-1945. Jefferson, NC [...]: McFarland 1987, x, 198 S.
  • Smoodin, Eric Loren: Animating culture: Hollywood cartoons from the sound era. Communications, media, and culture. New Brunswick, N.J. Rutgers University Press 1993, xvi, 216 S. (Rutgers series in communications, media and culture.).
  • Solomon, Charles: Les pionniers du dessin animé américain. Paris: Dreamland Éd. 1996, 128 S. (Coll. Image par image pocket.).
  • Wells, Paul: Animation and America, New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press / Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press 2002, vi, 185 S.
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