1. The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show on TV!


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    One of the most-read and iconic children’s books of all time, The Very Hungry Caterpillar emerges off the page in a masterful theatrical experience. After a SOLD OUT World Premiere season in Sydney Festival in January and ecstatic reviews from the Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide seasons, The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show makes its way back to New South Wales. The show will now tour to Penrith, Queanbeyan and Newcastle in September and October. This brand new Australian made show will excite, educate and entertain new readers and first-time theatre-goers, while for those who grew up with these books will delight in experiencing one of the most popular children’s books (celebrating its 45th year) ever written for the first time on the Australian stage. “A KNOCKOUT SUCCESS” The Daily Telegraph More information and book tickets http://www.hungrycaterpillarshow.com/

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    • Storytime: The Very Hungry Caterpillar


      from Nate Kresh Added 11 0 0

      Micha delivers the Eric Carle tale of a hungry caterpillar that eats and eats until its life undergoes a big change.

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      • Spreading the Joy of Picture Books - The Carle 2015


        from The Eric Carle Museum Added 267 1 0

        Program and event highlights from The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art from 2014 - 2015.

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        • Eric Carle Butterfly Part II


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          Adding Wings and Painting

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          • Gallery Tour: The Art of Ludwig Bemelmans


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            Curator Jane Bayard Curley gives a gallery tour of The Carle's "Madeline at 75: The Art of Ludwig Bemelmans" exhibition

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            • Brown Bear


              from Irwin Miller Added 21 1 0

              (2014) this is a little project that I started in 2004 when my son read the story brown bear, brown bear to me. every year I try to add a little bit more this year I finally finished it 10 years later Animation in Cinema 4D and Vray, Edited in Final Cut Pro

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              • Book jacket plot synopsis


                from Jennifer Schelling Added 1 0 0

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                • Eagles


                  from Erica Penk Added 30 0 0

                  This project uses nonstandard shading techniques to portray a 2d / 3d hybrid scene inspired by the styles of Eric Carle and Native American imprints. This scene was rendered using Maya Software.

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                  • The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle


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                    Video by Casey Nash For Experimental Typography OCAD University Toronto, Ontario

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                    • Soylent Greenpeace


                      from John Martin Added 112 2 1

                      Synopsis: After a world war, the surviving humans flee Earth. But it isn't long before animals begin to fill the roles of the missing humans, very much like the classic 1939 Disney cartoon, 'Peace on Earth'. As with many cartoons (Disney, Warner Brothers, Babar and Rocko's Modern Life) not all the animals assume an anthropomorphic role and there seems to be a hierarchy amongst the animals that is never explored or explained. In this film, we see that before the humans left, they perfected the technology for anthropomorphism and used it to bring their pets to life, so that they may take care of earth in the exact same fashion as it was when humans were in charge. But as it was the case before they left, there was a trend towards smaller litters, leading to an ageing population in the new animal community and the cats and dogs were left with no choice but to start recruiting younger animals from the ocean. This is the story first anthropomorphic whale joins this community in Norway. With no instruction for animalised whales he tries his best to navigate this strange new world. Written, Directed & Animated by John Martin (2012) - Shortlisted for Tropfest 2013 - Screened on Tropfest program on SBS2 television in Australia - Highly Commended in Animation Category for Qantas Spirit of Youth Awards 2013 - Screened in 'Best Australian Comedy' Program for Canberra Short Film Festival - Award of Merit in Animation, Accolade Competition 2013

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