Thomas W. Hoffer. Facts on File, c1985.
REF TR897.5 .H63
A short history of animation and a review of the literature and reference material on animation. Excellent resource.
Jeff Lotman. Schiffer, c1995.
REF NC1765 .L74 1995
Jeff Lotman. Schiffer, c1996.
REF NC1765 .L744 1996
Graham Webb. McFarland, 2000.
REF NC1766.U5 W44 2000
Supposedly contains information on every U.S. theatrical cartoon release between 1900 and 1979.
Jonathan Clements and Helen McCarthy. Stone Bridge Press, c2001.
REF NC1766.J3 C53 2001
Covers more than 2,000 titles. See the name index for animators, directors and writers.
M. Keith Booker, ed. Greenwood, 2010.
REF PN6707 .E49 2010 v. 1-2
Jeff Rovin. Facts on File, c1985.
REF P96.H46 R68 1985
Nichola Dobson. Scarecrow Press, 2009.
REF PN1997.5 .D63 2009
Entries on animators, directors, studios, plus a chronology and bibliography.
4th ed. St. James Press, c2000.
REF PN1997.8 .I58 2000 v.1-4
Looking for an animator? See Volume 4, Writers and Production Artists.
Watson-Guptill Publications, 2001.
REF TR897.5 .G73 2001
In addition to Walt Disney and Tex Avery, this book includes Ralph Bakshi, Terry Gilliam, Jim Henson, Hayao Miyazaki, and Jan Svankmajer.
Jeff Lenburg. Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, 2006.
REF NC1765 .L357 2006
"An international guide to film and television's award-winning and legendary animators."
Titles about Looking for Work in Animation
Steven Heller + David Womack. John Wiley & Sons, .
NC1001 .H45 2015
Interviews and case studies. See Motion Design Chapter 7 p. 156; Illustration Chapter 12 p. 272.
Karen Raugust. Focal Press, .
PN1993.5.U6 R365 2004
In-depth look at projects, personnel, budgets, etc. in the U.S. animation industry.
Subject Headings about Animation
Try these out as a way to explore the library catalog.ANIMATED FILMS
ANIMATED FILMS--HISTORY AND CRITICISM
ANIMATED FILMS--TECHNIQUE Note: The subheading "technique" is used for materials on how to do something, e.g., PAINTING--TECHNIQUE will retrieve books on how to paint.
ANIMATED FILMS---UNITED STATES
ANIMATED FILMS--UNITED STATES--HISTORY
ANIMATED TELEVISION PROGRAMS
ANIMATION (CINEMATOGRAPHY)--HANDBOOKS, MANUALS, ETC.
CARICATURES AND CARTOONS
COMIC BOOKS, STRIPS, ETC.
COMIC BOOKS, STRIPS, ETC.--JAPAN
MOTION PICTURE INDUSTRY
MOTION PICTURE MUSIC
WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS
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The Animation Guild's blog.
"The International Animated Film Society, ASIFA-Hollywood is a California non profit organization established over thirty five years ago to promote and encourage the art and craft of animation."--from About Us. Follow them on their Tumblr page.
Part of Richard Llewellyn's overall site, Richard's Animated Divots, an excellent collection. See also his Animation on the World Wide Web.
A timeline of Disney feature films, from the mouse himself.
From the Society of Illustrators.
Great site, with links to films you can watch.