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The story begins with a tragic scene — a table full of broken stuff. Unwanted and unloved these well-worn and once useful objects are destined for the dump… until they are rescued by some magical mending creatures who not only fix them ready to be loved and used again but bring each object to life with surprising beauty and charm.
Written by Olivia Knight
Animation created and directed by Claire Lever and Steven Boot
Starring Sugru www.sugru.com
Photography by Martin Kelly
Music by Jacob H James www.myspace.com/jacobhjames
Sound by James Trott and
Let me tell you about a super creative Brooklyn team making a stop motion movie about global warming, please let me introduce to you Creamen.
Creamen, taken from the Spanish word crimen, meaning “crime“, is a colorful, symbolic and micro-cosmic story about the global warming crisis, which brings together an unlikely group of abstract, anthropomorphic characters who unexpectedly are forced to confront the challenge of a potentially devastating future together.
In this story, shown to us through the remarkable visual landscape of stop-motion animation technique, our favorite ice cream flavors, Vanilla, Strawberry, Chocolate Chip, and Banana, are transformed into irreverent personalities from different nations and regions of the world, each of which holding closely to their views on this most urgent of environmental crisis.
With personalities that indeed reflect the best…or not so best…in all of us, irreverent Russian curmudgeon “Mr. Popivanov” along with the delicate French debutante “Sophie”, “Mr. Chip” the American who lives next door; and, finally, “Calitos” from the Dominican Republic (a gentleman quite interested in global warming of a different sort), all make us laugh even as we contemplate their inability to find common ground in the midst of the world’s most vexing global problem.
While others upgrade their servers to create bigger, better, computer generated special effects; Aardman stays firmly and wonderfully rooted in the past using a format first popularized making Gumby in the 50s. The British animation studio isn’t one to jump on the latest trends. They’ve made computer animated films, but what’s the point, since even though Flushed Away was done with computers they ended up using all that computer animation to make it look like it was stop-motion.
Aardman’s movies, at their best, are like no other. I want them to stay rooted in a world that’s totally out of step with what everyone else is doing. I like the idea that they’re out there, ignoring the trends and making movies about a bachelor who loves cheese and his problems with vegetable-eating were-rabbits. So what are they doing making a movie about pirates, in 3D no less?
I’m not sure. This seems suspiciously like Aardman trying to latch on to something that’s cool. People like pirates, pirates are cool. I don’t want Aardman making movies about things people automatically like. I don’t want them trying to be cool. But here it is anyway, the trailer for their next stop-motion movie The Pirates! A Band of Misfits, in 3D no less.
Well it still looks like an Aardman film and though 3D is starting to wear out its welcome, if you’re going to use it on anything it always seems to work best on these stop-motion movies. Anyone remember Coraline 3D? That was wonderful.
Look for the awkwardly named The Pirates! A Band of Misfits in theaters around March 30, 2012.
This could not be a better news if you are a Robot Chicken fan like me! The more I can get to see funny and awesome stop motion the happier I get so yeiii!
Robot Chicken creators Seth Green and Matthew Senreich and their Stoopid Monkey Productions are launching a new YouTube live-action-meets-stop-motion animated series called Stoopid Monkey.
Two episodes of series will premiere every Friday beginning this week for 10 weeks on YouTube.com/StoopidMonkey. Green and Senreich partnered with Joe Kavanagh, who launched the Harry Potter, Batman and Justice League action figure brands for Mattel, for the project.
The series, which revolves around the misadventures of Stoopid Monkey, Biggie and QT (voiced by Senreich, Green and Hillary Bergen) as they interact with real people. The onscreen role of Stoopid Monkey is shared by Jonathan Morgan Heit (Bedtime Stories) and Danny Woodburn (Seinfeld), Biggie by Brian Allen. The trio will be digitally replaced by stop-motion animated characters using Buddy System Studios’ stop-live animation.
Buddy System’s John Harvatine IV, Eric Towner and David Brooks direct; Matthew Beans wrote and produced the sketch shorts with Steve Tzirlin and Nakia Trower-Shuman and live-action producer Terence Liff.
UTA packaged the deal for Green, Senreich, Kavanagh and Tzirlin.
I it that time again, when awesome things happen and the Montreal Stop Motion Film Festival is one of this things! This is a great opportunity to submit your work and share it with stopmotion lovers around the world.
The 2011 Montreal Stop-Motion Film Festival
From the charm of Gumby, to the wild adventures of Wallace and Gromit, through the zaniness of Jack Skelington in The Nightmare before Christmas, we have all fallen under the magical spell of characters brought to life by stop-motion animation! Laboriously created by artists moving puppets in tiny increments while recording one image at a time, each short sequence can represent many hours of painstaking attention to detail. Time consuming? Definitely! But the result can be mesmerizing and possess near universal appeal.
Frequently used in television and feature films, stop-motion animation has recently experienced a resurgence. Despite this, getting their work screened can still be a huge struggle for many artists. This is why we have decided to celebrate and encourage the efforts and talent of the many people working in this unique art form.
We hope you will come and join us for this new edition of the Montreal Stop-Motion Film Festival.
About the Director: Christopher Kezelos has recently relocated to Los Angeles from Sydney, Australia and is seeking new Directing opportunities and representation. To get in touch, you can contact him here: zealouscreative.com/contact/
So we have been away for some time, but there has been some amazing work done while we were away. Nowhere Near Here is a perfect example, please check it out and visit the website.
Awesome work Pahnl!
If life is a catwalk, run like a dog.
‘Nowhere Near Here’ is a stop motion animation that uses a combination of light with stencils and long exposure photography to tell the story of a dog running around the city at night, doing whatever a dog does. The animation was first exhibited at the The Herbert, in Coventry, on the 7th October 2010.
With well over 300 hours in the making, more than 200 stencils involved and too many cold nights spent outside on my knees getting the shots, I am very happy (and relieved) to finally share this with you. Through the course of shooting ‘Nowhere Near Here’, I have dealt with curious drunks, a dog almost peeing on the camera (the irony is not lost on me, haha), the endlessly suspicious police and even someone nearly running off with a tripod.
This is street art, this is life and thank you for watching.
…for those of you that may be interested in prints, a selection of film stills from ‘Nowhere Near Here’ are currently available at pahnl.co.uk/store.php
Animation by Pahnl
Check out some the production sketches from Panhl.
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Here is a cool movie made to promote childrens counselling, check it out.
I should have checked my email sooner because it was a really nice surprise when I received a very nice email from Mike McVey with a link to his stop motion movie. Please check it out and any GO to his website you will not regret it! Check out his cool movie!
Thank you Mike for sending us your move, please keep them coming!
Stop motion animation using over 2,880 individual photographs… Enjoy some dancing word magnets on the refrigerator: Refrigimation! Shot with a Canon 5D Mark II by Seth Wood and animated by Michael McVey with FCP. Featuring “John Law Burned Down the Liquor Sto’” with Chris Thomas King and Colin Linden.
Animation by Michael McVey
Photography by Seth Wood