Animated Movies, Indie-mation, Reviews, Rotoscopers

Indie-Mation Club Week 20: ‘The Lord of the Rings’ (1978)

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Ready for a trip to Middle-earth? Our next indie-mation film is the animated film The Lord of the Rings, directed by Ralph Bakshi and released in 1978. This high-fantasy movie comprises J. R. R. Tolkien’s first two books in the trilogy: The Fellowship of the Ring and The Two Towers. Now a cult classic, the animated The Lord of the Rings film is famous most notably for its extensive use of rotoscoping, where footage was shot in live action and then traced onto animation cels. Check out the full review of The Lord of the Rings next Monday!

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About Kelly Conley

Kelly Conley identifies herself as a lifelong bookworm, aspiring writer and editor, chronic chocoholic, and animated movie lover. She also enjoys playing volleyball with her family and friends. Kelly is currently studying Professional Writing and Information Design at Cedarville University, Ohio. As a little girl, Kelly was fed a steady diet of Disney and Pixar classics. Her favorite ones growing up included Disney’s famous Beauty and the Beast and Pixar’s delectable Ratatouille. Animated movies have always been magical to Kelly even as an adult. With the simple ingredients of a good story, music, colors, voices, and a strong imagination, new worlds and characters can be created and brought to the silver screen for everyone to enjoy. Check out Kelly’s portfolio: http://kellyconleyportfolio.weebly.com/