Directed by acclaimed Disney animator, Glen Keane, and scored by Oscar Award-winning composer, John Williams, this animated short is nothing short of spectacular. With his legend-making, 20-year NBA career complete, Kobe Bryant launches his next chapter with an animated short that embodies his incomparable retirement announcement poem. The hand-drawn animated film, Dear Basketball, speaks directly to the game of basketball, and conveys Kobe’s gratitude, love, and passion for the sport before leaving it behind.
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Glen Keane Live Animates The Little Mermaid’s Ariel
Glen Keane appeared on James Corden’s The Late Late Show to promote Dear Basketball with Kobe Bryant. It’s always magical to watch Glen draw, but he’s taken the entertainment factor up a few notches in this clip by drawing Ariel using Tilt Brush technology while the iconic song, Part of Your World, plays in the background. It’s so wonderful to see Glen hitting these heights. We wish Dear Basketball success this Oscar season. Continue reading Glen Keane Live Animates The Little Mermaid’s Ariel
Lux: Binding Light
A young Demacian mage has a secret she must hide – not just from her family, but the entire kingdom. Animation by Glen Keane
D23 – Beauty and the Beast: Behind the Scenes
Episode 1: Glen Keane on Nephtali
It’s been just under a year since On Animation last spoke with Glen Keane. At the time he was promoting his first short film, Duet. This year he’s back with another hand drawn short, Nephtali, a blend of hand drawn animation and live-action footage. Nephtali was created for the Paris Opera to coincide with the launch of their new digital stage, 3rd Stage.
Glen was personally invited to join a distinguished list of artists and filmmakers to help launch the 3rd Stage by Benjamin Millepied, the new Director of Dance for the Paris Opera. Benjamin and Glen first met while they were both working on projects at Google last year. I was fortunate enough to steal some of Glen’s time and gain more insight into the production of the short.
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Glen Keane – Step Into the Page
Glen Keane Animation
Design Notes by Glen Keane
Disney Character Designer, Shiyoon Kim, recently put together the following pages based on the notes of master animator, Glen Keane.
Making Duet : A Conversation with Glen & Max Keane
By now I’m sure you’ve all seen Duet, Glen Keane’s latest edition to an ever growing body of inspiring work in animation. If you haven’t, treat yourself now. If you have a Moto X phone, watch it on device. At CTN Expo, Glen opened the show by talking about the production of Duet and some of the discoveries, challenges, and joys of directing his first short film. I was invited to sit down with Glen and talk about the film. Continue reading Making Duet : A Conversation with Glen & Max Keane
Glen Keane on Duet
For the first minute or so Glen speaks french, then switches to English.
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