“Anomalisa” was a lot of work: Three years in the making, 1,261 faces, 1,000+ props and costumes. and 118,089 frames of film.
A short film about people with unusual living arrangements.
“Anomalisa” is proving that great animation can compete against anything — even live action film.
Aardman’s low-budget, big-picture animation continues to compete in our blockbuster marketplace, with stop-motion animation more real than hyperreal CGI.
A short insight into how one condo resident’s actions can affect everyone living there.
Anderson will make a stop motion film about dogs.
As children, we viewed the world through the lenses of our imaginations. The carpet became lava, the shadows formed monsters, the family minivan was a spaceship…
The papercraft spot represents a new style for the Oscar-nominated director of “Fresh Guacamole.”
Paramount will release “Anomalisa” in New York and Los Angeles on December 30th.
“Anomalisa” is the first feature film from TV animation producer Starburns Industries.