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Aus Design Presentation

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Lisa Pham

on 27 May 2010

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Over 40 years in animation production 1968 1996 1999 2006 2007 2008 imeline Yoram Gross established as a family owned animation studio Yoram Gross forms a new partnership Village Roadshow Em. TV acquires a 50% share ownership in Yoram Gross Film Studios EM. TV acquires the remaining 50% share ownership from the Gross family to now own 100% of Yoram Gross-Em. TV Pty Ltd. YGEM changes its name to Flying Bark Productions Pty Ltd Forest Interactive changes its name to FLYING BARK PRODUCTIONS Studio 100 acquires EM. Entertainment focus 2D 3D CGI Live action Puppetry Yoram Gross film studios first made international headlines with the feature film Dot and the Kangaroo in 1977 featuring the creative technique of animation over a live action background.


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Animation World Network Monday October 9, 2006: Business category

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Sydney: Harper Collins Publishers, 1939

Yoram Gross. “Yoram Gross Films”. 25 September 2009
http://www.yoramgrossfilms.com.au/index.html

Flying Bark Productions. “Flying Bark Productions”. 2008
http://www.flyingbark.com.au/flyingBark/index.html

“Dot and the Kangaroo Part One”. 17 March 2007. Online video clip. YouTube.
Accessed on 11 April 2010. <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_kpx_anSNLE

Gibbons, Helen. "Flying Bark Productions". Melbourne International Animation Festival. 19/05/10
<http://www.miaf.net/2008/fb.html>.

World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). "Sharks, Flipper & Lopaka". Hot Movie Sale. 19/05/10 <http://img.hotmoviesale.com/dvds/DIS-D41119D/1/Sharks-Flipper--Lopaka.jpg>.

Double Click. "K-Zone". K-Zone. 19/05/10 <http://www.kzone.com.au/>.

World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). "Old Tom". Yoram Gross Films. 19/05/10 <http://www.yoramgrossfilms.com.au/completed/oldtom.html>

Dumb Bunnies Image:
Fantastic Fiction. "Dumb Bunnies Collection by Dav Pilkey". Fantastic Fiction. 19/05/10 <http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/p/dav-pilkey/dumb-bunnies-collection.htm>.

Bambaloo Image:
World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). "Muppets Studio, Sesame Street". Wikia Entertainment. 19/05/10 <http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Bambaloo>.

Dot and the Kangaroo Image:
World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). "Dot and the Kangaroo". Yoram Gross Films. 19/05/10 <http://www.yoramgrossfilms.com.au/dot/dot.html>.

Wiki Dot and the Kangaroo:
World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). "Dot and the Kangaroo". Wikipedia. 21/05/10 <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dot_and_the_Kangaroo>.
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