Tristan, the cinematographer on ParaNorman, describes how advances in technology enhance, not hinder, the creative filmmaking process. Part 2 of 2.
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Tristan, the cinematographer on ParaNorman, discusses the differences between live action and stop-motion cinematography as well as challenges faced working on ParaNorman. Part 1 of 2.
Buttercup is desperately lost and encounters a mysterious voice luring her further into another world. From from Jiri Barta's stunning new stop-motion feature, "Toys in the Attic."
Teddy and Sir Handsome knock down the wall of Madame Curie's radio house. She explains to them what has happened to Buttercup. From from Jiri Barta's stunning new stop-motion feature, "Toys in the Attic."
Buttercup struggles to find a way home, and Teddy, finding her missing, races to tell Sir Handsome, in an exclusive clip from Jiri Barta's stunning new stop-motion feature, "Toys in the Attic."
Take a behind the scenes look at Tim Burton and his team reviewing key character maquette construction.
Step behind the scenes as see how a scene is setup and acted out - a new featurette to support the DVD release.
Go behind the scenes for a close-up look at the making of The Pirates! Band of Misfits - a new featurette to support the DVD release.
Learn about Aardman's technique for using 3D printers to create hundreds of sets of mouths - a new featurette to support the DVD release.
Director Peter Lord and writer Gideon Defoe discuss their collaboration on the Sony Pictures/Aardman Studios production of The Pirates!
Supervising Art Director Matt Perry and Graphic Designer Gavin Lines share examples of the subtleties and attention to detail that enrich the world of the Sony Pictures/Aardman Studios film, The Pirates!
Supervising Sound Editor Adrian Rhodes explains the intricate process of building a full soundscape from absolute silence and shares examples from Sony Pictures/Aardman Studios production of The Pirates!
The creative team describes the challenges of designing and animating the pirate ship for the Sony Pictures/Aardman Studios film, The Pirates!
Key Animator Andy Symanowski explores the stop motion techniques used in the Sony Pictures/Aardman Studios production of The Pirates!
Gromit races to find a solution to an explosive situation in this clip from "Wallace & Gromit: A Matter of Loaf and Death."
Glenn's texting obsessed kid and her best friend make their family road trip less fun in this clip from "Glenn Martin, DDS."
Tim the swan was perfectly happy with his life, until one day he saw the most beautiful swan he had ever seen, and although she is unresponsive to his advances at first, he is sure he can convince her to run away with him, and free her from the shackles of canal life...
Wallace and Gromit open a bakery and get tied up with a murder mystery, but when Wallace falls in love, Gromit is left to solve the case.
On the notes of ska music, a robot rebels against the rules for a world too hard for him. Made all by hand in stop motion.
A Stop Motion student film of what really happened after creation done for a 3D design class at Savannah College of Art and Design.
When a Lancaster Bomber gets shot down over a German occupied town called Bayerneh, it is up to two squads of American Paratroopers to rescue any survivors. However they start to realize that the odds are stacked against them as they discover the town is due to be bombed in 24 hours. They realize their mission is suicide!
My college senior thesis depicting surreal, nightmarish images dreamed up from the mind of a young, disturbed teenage girl.
$9.99 is a stop-motion animated feature which offers slightly less than $10 worth about the meaning of life.
It’s Reality TV gone wild! The fur will fly when seven strangers are locked in a mansion, in the middle of a Saskatchewan wheat-field. Cameras catch it all 24/7 as they reveal themselves and attempt to destroy one another in order to win the luxurious mansion and search for their 15 minutes of fame.
A private moment of enlightenment about the filmmakers art and aspirations is converted to a fable and illustrated using symbolism, imagination and a bit of self humor.
His goal is the Dead city, to him something very precious is hidden there, something that is already precious to someone else.
Not high on the jobs desired list is a zookeeper who has to collect a sperm sample from the world's last surviving male grey panda.