Linked: L.A. Times interviews the makers of ‘The Numberlys’

L.A. Times interviews the Moonbot Studios, makers of 'The Numberlys':

Q: The iPad is so new. What is it like working in such uncharted territory?

Oldenburg: It harkens back to the early days of film. It’s still very Wild West and experimental right now and it is really exciting.

Enochs: The first movies were a locomotive and a guy running and that was it, and everyone was thrilled. We are still a little bit in that stage, I’m sure.

Moonbot Studios are the same people behind ‘The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore‘.

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  • http://dustbowlpoetry.wordpress.com/ Shelley

    Interesting comparison to working at the beginning of film.

    But in film, the audience was together.

  • L.M.J.

    Congrats on Moonbot Studio’s Oscar win for “. . .Morris Lessmore”!  Well deserved!

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