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http://arstechnica.com/gaming/2014/01/anchorman-2-was-paramounts-final-release-on-35mm-film/

So Hollywood is making the move towards all digital. What about anime movies? I know digital coloring has been around for ages but is the production/distribution pipeline entirely digital?
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Keyframes are largely drawn on paper.

Betweens get some amount of computer automation.

Lines and colors and composition is digital since the early 00s.
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Are there any studios/shows who lean more towards digital? I imagine it must be a lot cheaper.
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Wolf Children was the final anime to be shot on 35mm.



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