Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|The Hubley Collection - Volume 1|
Genres: Drama, Educational, Animation
This volume includes Enter Life (1981), Upside Down (1991), Who Am I (1989), Blake Ball (1988), Time of the Angels (1987), People, People, People (1975), W.O.W. Women of the World (1975), Amazonia (1989), Yes We Can (1988)... more »
Timothy J. Rauch | 03/24/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"All images are animated gracefully. musics are well matched to the movie. primitive images well changed to the movie. I can feel Old India,Inca,China in fashion of 70s."
2 Great Shorts, others lackluster
Timothy J. Rauch | New York City | 10/28/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This collection contains two of the best shorts from the Hubley Studio ("Moonbird" and "Windy Day") which are worth the $20 for this DVD. For anyone curious about different approaches to animation, getting to know the Hubley's is a must. The work they created by recording their children at play is beautifully executed and has a narrative structure rarely seen in American animation. However, something is missing from the work created by Faith and Emily Hubley. The visuals are unconvincing: they feel like Miro rip-offs and the flow of the story is unbearable."