Enjoy this great interview article from Georgia Straight. It would no doubt do Il Maestro proud. Coming to the Vancouver Italian Film Festival next Saturday (January 6), In Search of Fellini quotes lovingly from the canon of the legendary filmmaker while making a swoony phantasmagoria out of its largely true-life tale of screenwriter Nancy Cartwright’s 1985 pilgrimage to Italy.
(PRWEB) November 28, 2017—Emmy award winning actor Nancy Cartwright, voice of Bart Simpson, was a special guest Sunday night in the Hollywood Christmas parade. Riding on The Way to Happiness float, Nancy along with 8 children, spread the message to “Safeguard and Improve Your Environment,” one of 21 such basic principles in the booklet. Written by humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard, The Way to Happiness is the first moral code based wholly on common sense, bringing about an increase in tolerance and understanding between families, friends, groups, communities, nations and Mankind—making a safer, less violent world for all.
Some of the top creative stars working in the animation and visual effects industry shared their valuable knowledge at the sixth edition of Animag’s World Animation and VFX Summit this past week. The four-day event kicked off with a wonderful evening awards gala, held at the Casa del Mar hotel in Santa Monica on Sunday (Oct. 30).
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – For most fans of “The Simpsons,” the name Nancy Cartwright may ring a bell as the voice of 10-year-old troublemaker Bart Simpson over 28 seasons of the Fox animated show. Now, the actress is hoping to establish her own voice by documenting a surreal adventure, “In Search of Fellini.”
April 19, 1987 was the first appearance of The Simpsons on The Tracy Ulman Show. Back then the show was what was called an intersitial program, “short television programming which is often shown between movies or other events.”
Nancy recently did an impromptu sound effects performance with master impressionist Jim Meskimen. Jim did his amazing impression of Garrison Keillor’s Prairie Home Companion monologue while Nancy did the work of Fred Newman, the sound effects man.