The award-winning stop motion animated adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s tale of condemnation, hope and redemption during the Spanish Inquisition. Screened in over 250 film festivals, worldwide.
Winner of Best Film, Best Animated Short film, Jury Award and Best Adaptation.
Ray Harryhausen’s Time Machine needs a tune-up. Ray sees the value of preventive maintenance as he stumbles across some bony associates from the past.
A young world. A world early in the morning of time. An unfriendly world. ii In memory of Ray Harryhausen,… Read more One Million Years B.C.
Mr. Ray Harryhausen was (and forever will be) a source of life-changing inspiration and motivation for many, many of us… Read more Ray Harryhausen has Passed Away.
Director Peter Jackson is going to make me a 3D believer, I just know it. Of course I was flabbergasted… Read more Peter Jackson’s Hobbit in 3D- How Cool is That?
[vimeo+http://vimeo.com/20630140] What could be better than a bucket of Spooky shorts for Hallowe’en?
(Article originally released in full on CGSociety.org) In the spirit of “Steven Spielberg Presents”, Ray Harryhausen had envisioned a way… Read more Animation & VFX on The Pit and the Pendulum
The success of the stop motion animated film adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s The Pit and the Pendulum has prompted the release of the comic book version of the film. Scheduled for a February 25th, 2009 release thru Bluewater Productions.