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The golden era of american cartoon
Wilhelm, Prokop ; Pojar, Břetislav (advisor) ; Mertová, Michaela (referee)
In my work, I?d like to introduce golden age of American cartoons. Because of extent of this work, it?s not possible to mention all the details of this era, so I?ve tried to cover the most important facts. In this point of view the information about studios aren?t equal, I?ve focused on those I?ve considered the most significant, specifically Looney Tunes (Warner Bros) and MGM: Cartoon studio. Movie names are left in english, only the most popular titles are translated to czech.
Caroline Leaf and her extraordinary animated films
Dufková, Kristina ; Pojar, Břetislav (advisor) ; Kubíček, Jiří (referee)
Caroline Leaf ranks among the greatest women cartoonists. Her animated films are renowned for thein emotinal content, graphic style and great, often total, animation. Caroline Leaf made animated films with different techniques of animating, sand on glass, paiting directly on glass under the camera, scratching on film, using 70mm or 35mm films. Her films won many awards. In 1996, she won the Life Achievement Award in the International Animated Film Festival in Zagreb, Croatia, in 2004 in Valencia, Spain, and 2006 in Bratislava, Slovakia.
Puppetoon animation in coparison to other animation techniques
Kačerovská, Kateřina ; Bendová, Helena (advisor) ; Pojar, Břetislav (referee)
Puppetoon animation is an animation technique which involves the use of different versions of puppet for each frame. While typically the puppet consists of many separate peaces, Břetislav Pojar in his famous animated series Pane, pojďte si hrát used one with an armature inside. Describinig the technique concerning the other animation techniques it is interpreted to be analogous not only to the puppet animation but also cutout and hand-drawn animation. .
Human in animation film
Procházková, Mária ; Pojar, Břetislav (advisor) ; Czumalo, Vladimír (referee)
This thesis consider principle human in animation film and his possible presentation
Contemporary cartoons and animated features and its audience
Kýrová, Aneta ; Kubíček, Jiří (advisor) ; Pojar, Břetislav (referee)
The aim of my work is to analyse animated films and its genres from different points of view, depending on the age of the viewer. i will consider the youngest spectators as well as teenagers and adults. i will focuse on bedtime stories, czech and abroad series and also full-length pictures.

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