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Published on Apr 29, 2014

Long before Pixar and today's CGI special effects extravaganzas, early animators of the silent era experimented and introduced new techniques into filmmaking. Mark Quigley gives us a tour of the silent animation collection at UCLA's Film & Television Archive - one of the few places in the world that captures this rich history of early animation.

FEATURING: Mark Quigley, Manager of the UCLA Film & Television Archive's Research and Study Center

View the silent animation collection at: http://animation.library.ucla.edu/

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