Hubert's Brain

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Hubert's Brain, made in 2001, is the first computer-generated film made by San Francisco digital media company Wild Brain.[1] The movie is 17 minutes long, took one year and $3,000,000 to produce, and won the 2001 Annie Award for Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Short Subject. It tells the story of a science geek who befriends a talking brain-in-a-jar.

Hubert's Brain was produced by Nina Rappaport, directed by Phil Robinson and Gordon Clark, and written by Brian Narelle and Robin Steele, with music by Michael A. Levine.

Credited voices include: Jonathan Harris, Peter Falk, Bruce Campbell, J.D. Daniels, Charles Howerton, and Gerri Lawlor.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Blitstein, Ryan (2005-10-12). "The Little Animation Company That Could". SF Weekly. Retrieved 2009-02-15.