A live talk with 3 animators who have worked on films including Isle of Dogs, Kubo and the Two Strings, and Fantastic Mister Fox. It was really interesting to get a look behind the scenes and hear firsthand about all the work that goes in to every shot. Given how labour intensive it is, it’s amazing they still get made. But in fact, there seems to be a kind of renaissance right now, and the industry’s booming. Good news to hear, looking forward to seeing more of their projects.
One animator credited this creepy as fuck short film as the one that inspired them to go into stop motion: