Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Happy 75th Birthday Dick!



It's also Atlanta Green's birthday. Atlanta supervised the checking department on the Thief.
Happy Birthday Atlanta!

12 comments:

Michael Sporn said...

That's a great photo. Thanks for posting it.

David said...

So, do any of you know if Dick has seen this blog ?

Anyone have contact ?

Holger said...

I don't know if Dick has looked at the blog. He is busy working on a series of animation teaching DVDs that will be released sometime this year I believe.

Anonymous said...

Hi, Holger! I am a huge fan of The Thief and your blog. I was wondering if you know Richard's new film?

Holger said...

While we worked on the Thief he told us what he wanted to do next and I believe he is still working on the same film. I won't tell you the title, because I don't think he wants people to know that yet.

Sant Arellano said...

You people have created a great testimony to The Thief and the Cobbler. Its such an amazing film!

Happy birthday to Dick Williams!!!!

I'm extremely happy he's working on a new film!

:D

Sant

Julián höek said...

happy birthday mr Williams!

it's great to hear he is working on a new project. do you know anything else about it? like if it's already in animation process or if he is still doing storyboards for it.
also i hope those DVDs lessons come out soon for sell!

Alex said...

Great blog!!Happy birthday to Richard Willians!

Anonymous said...

Holger, please give me a hint for the plot of the new film! Please? Is it a commissionned film? Is it that film about the ladybug and the butterfly? Please answer now.

Jadthe said...

Carl Gover told me he's working on a biography of a famous Jazz Musician... I heard he's been working it 4 years and he's got 4 minutes done. Only another 116 years to go!

Matt J said...

Jazz?! I heard Dick's film was based on an ancient Greek play. I can see speculaton surrounding this secret project reaching a Kubrickian level!

Anonymous said...

I hope this doesn't sound too offensive but I do hope he finishes this one before he dies. It would be a shame for another project to remain unfinished.