Animated Empathy

by David Perlmutter

If I am asked about what film or television series helped me to develop my current empathetic attitude towards animals, I won’t respond with a single one project, but rather a particular art form that I have always enjoyed: animation.

The reason for that being: animation is not bound by the strict bounds of reality that binds things tightly together in this, the “real” world. Anything…

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This is a publication designed to discuss all aspects of animation debate, discussion and scholarship. It is intended to provide a vehicle for long-form, short-form and free-form discussion on the diversity, versatility and wide appeal of the art of animation.

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David Perlmutter

David Perlmutter

David Perlmutter is a freelance writer based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

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