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Marcell Jankovics (21 October 1941 –) is a Hungarian graphic artist, film director, animator and author.
- As far as I can remember, I’ve always thought in pictures and had a vivid imagination. In my animated films the design of every frame is of great importance, as if it would be a painting. Most of the time, and particularly in a mythical, fabulous context, my human characters, even lead characters, are only a minor part of the whole image. To try to express realistic human behavior in animation has limitations. Such attempts in serious animation are often absurdly ridiculous. Why would one imitate reality? Just leave it to living actors! Earthbound reality is not for animation. Animation is a stylized, fantastic world.
- Marcell Jankovics Q&A: “Why Would One Imitate Reality?” (May 18, 2015)