A COLLECTION OF STOP MOTION FILMS
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In an ever more serious world, one should not underestimate the value of getting to watch a woman shove spaghetti at her face with complete abandon.
Belgian director Chris Ullens knew what he wanted to do early on once he was asked to direct country music star Lee Ann Womack’s new hit, “Hollywood.” Rear-projected and with the look of a vintage
Italian director and animator Gianluca Maruotti delivers quirky, fabled characters to the stop-motion video for the track “Free to Roam” from Massimo Giangrande’s new album “Beauty at Closing Time.”
Now living in France, La Yegros published her third album this year: “Suelta” containing “Tenemos Voz” (We Have A Voice), a song about the place of women in modern society. The music video by Argentinian director Juan Manuel Costa shows the vibrant process of a the painting of a mural that tells the story of the strong woman in the song.
This supercute (yes, all one word in this case) new streaming series on Netflix premiered April 19th, and brings screen-life to one of Japanese stationery company, San-X's, most beloved characters.
The brief was to create a story that reflects the Picturehouse experience, including its customers, offerings and screenings. With the animation playing before every film, maintaining interest with repeat viewings was fundamental to the design.
MoSoMoS studios has added a new director to their team and he goes by the moniker, Gnarly Ghost. This week, we spoke with Drew Shields, aka Gnarly Ghost, about his director’s reel by the same name.
“Homelessness & Togetherness” is a 60 second stop-motion commercial by the animation studio, One 6th, for an organization who facilitates the donation of clothing to those in need. According to producer/writer/director Baz Sells, “At its heart is a story about looking out for each other-- a story about unseen acts of kindness and “paying it forward,” set amidst the cold climate of modern-day austerity.”