From 1950s to 1980s: The Formation, Development and Practice of the “National Style” Animation Concept of Shanghai Animation Film Studio

Ying Liu


From the 1950s to 1980s, the series of “National Style” animations created by Shanghai Animation Film Studio have made Chinese animation famous both at home and abroad, and the “National Style” animation concept proposed at that time is also considered to be one of the most influential and representative animation concepts in the history of Chinese animation. By analyzing representative animation, and the books, articles, and speeches on the concept of “National Style animation published by animation directors of Shanghai Animation Film Studio from the 1950s to 1980s, this article aims to explore and summarize the evolution of the “National Style” animation concept Shanghai Animation Film Studio.

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