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The AFA Podcast: Best of 2016

This week on the podcast we're looking back at the last year of The AFA Podcast! You can hear some of our top moments from the past twelve months, plus some never heard before material too! We'll be back with our first proper podcast of 2017 soon, but in the meantime thanks for sticking with us! Happy new year!

  • Pixar's David Lally (0:01-0:18) talks about what it's like to work for one of the world's top animation studios. From Episode 34
  •  Jill, Yvonne and Rachael discuss how to introduce family and friends to animation (0:18-0:30) from Episode 46b
  • Dani Abrams talks about working at Aardman Animation on the film Pirates! In An Adventure With Scientists (0:31-0;53)  From Episode 53
  • Dan pays tribute to the late Ghibli animator Makiko Futaki  (0;53-1:10) From Episode 42
  • Ed Hooks joins us to talk about Acting in Animation (1:10-1:44) From Episode 60
  • Director Mark Osborne talks about the making of The Little Prince (1:44-2:09) from Episode 62
  • In a never before released clip, Jill and Rachael talk about their early experiences with Pokemon Go (2:09-2:15)

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