The Polish stop-motion animator discusses working with plasticine and her most recent, and challenging production about a bulimic and perverted man who obsessively identifies his lost love with his left foot.
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Created by acclaimed artists Nikolai and Simon Haas, the 2D sci-fi comedy stars Rashida Jones and is executive produced by Will McCormack.
Clay-based stop-motion series chronicles the strangely relatable lives of suburban anthropomorphic blobs.
Adam Elliot (Mary and Max) winner of many shiny trophies and a few envelopes of cash answers today's deeply existential queries to help guide you through the rough seas of daily life.
In the last Brainbox of 2017, Daniel Sterlin-Altman discusses the making of his 2016 student film, 'Hi, It's Your Mother.'
Each week Chris Robinson asks animators profoundly inane questions that have absolutely nothing to do with animation. Today's guest is the Norwegian stop-motion master, Piotr Sapegin ("One Day a Man Bought a House", "Mons the Cat").
Every Tuesday, Chris Robinson digests and dissects (relatively) new indie animation short films. Today: Breakfast on the Grass (2011)
Every Monday or so, Chris Robinson asks an animator how they made a particular film. This week: David Daniel's classic mindsweeper, Buzz Box (1985)
British actor and voice talent was the voice of Wallace in ‘Wallace and Gromit,’ the eccentric cheese-loving inventor in the stop-motion animated films from Aardman and Oscar-winning director Nick Park.
Every Thursday, Chris Robinson takes a look at films from animation’s past. This week he screens Philip Hunt's mindshifting 1994 cult classic, AH POOK IS HERE.
Every Thursday, Chris Robinson takes a look at films from animation’s past. This week screens Norwegian animator Pjotr Sapegin's first film, Mons The Cat
‘The Gumby Show: The Complete 50s Series’ available on DVD from NCircle Entertainment on September 22, 2015.