John Kahrs Not To Scale | STASH MAGAZINE

Not To Scale signs Oscar-winning Director John Kahrs for commercial representation

From the release: Not To Scale are thrilled to announce the signing of Academy Award-winning director John Kahrs. The ex-Pixar/Disney animator and director of the fantastic shorts Paperman and June joins the company’s newly opened Los Angeles studio for exclusive commercial representation. John has focused on animation for his entire professional career, beginning at Blue […] [Read more]

John Kahrs & Chromosphere: Lyft “June”

Lyft celebrates their Driver Appreciation Day by combining the many talents of Oscar-winning director/animator John Kahrs, LA design and animation studio Chromosphere, and A-list composer Christophe Beck (“Frozen”) into a sweet seven-minute brand film complete with a heartwarming ending. [Read more]

COLLIDER Conference Speaker: John Kahrs

On Monday, June 10th at the COLLIDER Conference in New York, ??Disney director/animator John Kahrs takes the stage to guide you through his personal behind-the-scenes look at the groundbreaking, hand-drawn and CG hybrid process developed for his 2013 Oscar-winning short film “Paperman,” as well as offering an inspiring look at his creative process as a director and animator. [Read more]

Collider 2013 Speakers | STASH MAGAZINE

Meet the 2013 Collider Conference Speakers!

Oscar®-winning “Paperman” director John Kahrs and VFX industry icon Scott Ross will anchor the stellar cast of COLLIDER speakers, panelists and masterclass presenters hitting NYC this June 9-11. Spanning advertising to feature films, the roster also includes Weta Digital, Logan, MPC, LucasArts, Method, [Read more]

Fall In Love (Again) With Disney’s “Paperman”

Disney took home it’s first animated short Oscar since “It’s Tough to Be a Bird” in 1969 last night with “Paperman.” This sugary sweet romantic short was created by a small team at WDAS and lead by first-time director John Kahrs. “Paperman” marks the debut of Disney’s proprietary program Meander, that merges CG and hand-drawn animation allowing for greater character expressiveness. [Read more]