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Do pixels make perfect?

Pixar and DreamWorks worked outside the rulebook for animated films. In the process, they wrote new rules. But will Hollywood take the wrong lesson?

By Leslie Brokaw
Globe Correspondent / November 7, 2004

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The animation industry, says Brad Bird, director of the new Pixar movie "The Incredibles," is "in a dumb period right now." (Full article: 1314 words)

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