“We all need a home. We all need a family. But for some of us, this home is a little harder to find. For some of us, being a touch odd presents its challenges.”
– Narrator, The Gurney Orphanage For Beginners.
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.
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.
(from Shelley DuBois, CNN) Seth Green and company, namely his co-conspirators (at Stoopid Buddy Stoodio) have their hands full with their… Read more Robot Chicken’s Special Sauce for Stop Motion Success
The fine film friendly folks at /Film have been so kind– and Generous, with a near constant fountain of film… Read more PARANORMAN Directors Interview
Getting some Stop Motion mileage with a DSLR on the road– Jack Kerouac style.
Laika is bizzy bizzy bizzy making monsters… via THR Shuffling into action following the success of CORALINE and a two… Read more Making Monsters for PARANORMAN!
A very cool video interview with Coraline Director Henry Selick, where he discusses his approach to directing, stop motion animation,… Read more Director/ Stop Motion Guru Henry Selick spills the beans on making CORALINE, Tim Burton & working w/ Neil Gaiman
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.