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CLIP: The Future of Hand-Drawn Animation in the Making of Glen Keane’s “Duet”

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Google ATAP has released a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Glen Keane’s “Duet,” a celebration of life exercised in hand-drawn animation in an innovative, interactive manner. The “Making of Duet” shares the team, the technology and the art behind the creation of this beautiful interactive film, which was recently shortlisted as one of 10 animated shorts eligible for the Best Animated Short Film Academy Award.

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