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My Life as a Zucchini / Claude Barras

Tuesday, December 20th, 2016

Join Claude Barras on this French tale of a boy who goes by “Zucchini”, or “Corgette” if you prefer French. After recently losing his mother, the boy ends up in an orphanage and struggles to find his path, friends, and a new sense of home. Brilliant character design, and what seems to be a poignant plot, we anticipate this to be a great watch.

Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children / Tim Burton

Monday, November 14th, 2016

A brief interview with lead stop motion animator Darren Walsh:

DF: Can you tell us the basics – when and where it was shot?
DW: We shot at Camberwell studios in South London. Quite a big space in spite of it just being a puppet shoot but we needed to replicate the lighting in Enoch’s room. The result: A large dark room with one lonely animator, a camera man and a couple of sinister looking dolls for seven weeks. Not what I would call a healthy lifestyle. We all became good friends though.

Morten On The Ship Of Fools / Kaspar Jancis

Monday, September 12th, 2016

Morten On The Ship Of Fools is a full length feature film based on director Kaspar Jancis’ original children’s book “Adventure on Salamander”. It is a story of an 8 year old boy who dreams his reality into one like his father, a sailor, however in this reality his shipmates are insects and ocean is his imagination. Having to sneak past his cruel oppressive aunt, we join the boy on adventures into a realm of quirky unknown landscapes.


Chika / TRIKK17

Tuesday, May 24th, 2016

German animation studio TRIKK17 brings us Chika, a poignant tale about a young Jewish boy, his dog Chika, and his family in Poland during the Nazi regime. The film is based on a true story and a children’s book of a survivor and witness of the Holocaust.

Made in Spain / Coke Riobóo

Sunday, April 24th, 2016

Made in Spain may be the stop-motion’ed, modernized, and relocated answer to Monty Python’s Flying Circus. Not that we even knew what the question was. Nor should there ever be an explanation for absurd juxtapositions like these. All the while, Coke Riobóo prods us to acknowledge the satirical situations at hand. We can’t wait to see the full piece, and see what other crazy shenanigans are taking place in Spain, while we watch behind our computer monitors in awe!

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