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WME Has Kilt It: Signs Oscar-Winning ‘Brave’ Helmer Mark Andrews

By | Wednesday February 27, 2013 @ 5:05pm PST
Mike Fleming

EXCLUSIVE: WME has signed Mark Andrews. Sure you know him; he was the only Academy Award winner on Sunday who took the stage in a kilt, when he accepted the Best Animated Film prize for Brave with Brenda Chapman. He wrote and replaced Chapman as director on the Disney film.

Before that, Andrews co-wrote the script for John Carter. His first Oscar nomination came in 2006 for his work on the short film One Man Band. WME will help Andrews work on both live-action and animation projects in the future and explore opportunities in television as well. Read More »

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OSCARS: Hot ‘Brave’ Featurette Shows Behind-The Scenes Magic Of Pixar Nominee

By | Wednesday February 13, 2013 @ 8:29am PST
Pete Hammond

EXCLUSIVE: Disney/Pixar’s Oscar-nominated Animated Feature Brave has been on an awards roll. It picked up the top Animated Feature prize at the Golden Globes in January and last weekend at the BAFTAs in London. It also won two Annie Awards (but not the big prize, which went to Wreck-It Ralph) and nailed 4 for 4 at the Visual Effects Society’s VES Awards last week. In this exclusive featurette created for the non-televised VES Awards show at the Beverly Hilton, director Mark Andrews describes how it was all done:

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