Posts Tagged ‘Stop Motion Animation’
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Review: “The Boxtrolls” – Good Things Come in All Sorts of Packages

by Christopher Glennonon September 26, 2014
There are so many ways to tell a story, visually speaking, and animation provides so many options. The job of adapting Alan Snow’s novel Here Be Monsters! for the big screen fell to Laika Studios, who present it to a wide audience as The Boxtrolls. Laika (the studio behind Coraline and ParaNorman is a stop motion […]
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Toonzone Interviews Dee Bradley Baker & Steve Blum on How to Speak Boxtroll

by Ed Liuon September 25, 2014
The title characters of Laika’s The Boxtrolls make quite an impression, and a good portion of the reason why is the vocal performances of a stable of voiceover actors who used their gibberish language to lend them distinct characterization and depth. Toonzone leapt at the chance to interview the voiceover actors who brought two of […]



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Review: “Strange Hill High (UK Edition)”: Puppet Ghoul School Fun

by Grant Whiteon July 21, 2014
Josh Weinstein is the co-creator and show runner of Strange Hill High, an interesting case of an American industry veteran steering a British production. Many will remember Weinstein working with Bill Oakley to run what is seen by many as the final leg of the ‘golden age’ of The Simpsons. Airing on CBBC (who seem to […]

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Kirin Produces Mini-Man To Visit Morocco

by Alex Beanon June 25, 2014
Kirin is a Japanese beverage giant most widely recognized for their beers but they also produce soft drinks and they have created a stop-motion animation ad campaign for their newest soft drink product employing a mini-man traveling through a collection of smartphone footage backdrop scenes…
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How Will Vinton Created and Lost Claymation

by Ed Liuon May 13, 2014
The Priceonomics weblog has posted a feature article on how famed stop-motion animator Will Vinton built up and then lost a major animation studio, popularizing “Claymation” as a medium for advertising, TV, and feature film before a series of unexpected events resulted in his ouster and the sale of the company to Nike co-founder Phil […]