fps Magazine
March 2006

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What's in This Issue
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Ask Not What Your Festival Can Do For You
Ask what you can do for your festival.

The Reigning First Lady of Indie-Studio Animation
Candy Kugel has produced a varied and eclectic mix of independent short films—and, while she was it, produced the signature image behind one of the world's most recognizable media brands.

Animation Festival 101
What makes the animation festival unique?

Ten Steps to Surviving Film Festivals
How to make your first festival experience one to remember for all the right reasons.

How to Submit Your Film to Festivals
If you're new to the film festival world, the entry process can be time-consuming and sometimes confusing. These steps will help simplify the process.

Starship Operators Volume 1, Cartoons for Victory!, Bambi II, Art of Otaku, Tunes for 'Toons, Anime From Akira to Howl's Moving Castle, Walt's People: Talking Disney With the Artists Who Knew Him Volumes 1 & 2, The Illusion of Life

An advance look at Little Fluffy Clouds' adaptation of Billy Collins' poem.

Closing Credits
The people responsible for this issue.

Annual Festivals: Opening More Doors or Complicating Things?
As animation has become more plentiful, the festivals that showcase it have increased in frequency. Is this a good thing?
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