The paper explores destruction and diaspora as man-made events of folly, triggering cataclysmic events of entertainment that mirror diaspora as an issue of modern society, its migration, and issues of capital associated with the movement and treatment of peoples. It does so by referring to the Jewish concept of aliyah, or returning to the homeland, as a remedy to dispersions that are described in the Torah / Biblical Old Testament.
|Title of host publication||Selected Writings frm the UTS: Sydney International Animation Festival 2010 Symposium|
|Place of Publication||Sydney, Australia|
|Publisher||Faculty of Design, Architecture & Building University of Technology Sydney, Australia|
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|
|Event||Sydney International Animation Festival 2010 Symposium: Animation Histories and Futures - University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, Australia|
Duration: 25 Sep 2010 → …
|Conference||Sydney International Animation Festival 2010 Symposium|
|Abbreviated title||Animation Studies|
|Period||25/09/10 → …|
Walls, R. (2011). Happy endings and blowing it all to hell: a comparative assessment of classic and modern animations from Bozetto, Bakshi, and Pixar. In C. Bowman (Ed.), Selected Writings frm the UTS: Sydney International Animation Festival 2010 Symposium (pp. 73-78). Faculty of Design, Architecture & Building University of Technology Sydney, Australia.