The presentation will feature the story and works of pioneering women from the early days of animation.
With the film’s rights back in their hands, director Fernando Cortizo and producer Isabel Rey want the world to see ‘O Apóstolo.’
The film debuts on the streamer December 9.
Critics have called it “overstuffed” and “unfocused,” yet most were happy to forgive those faults thanks to the film’s virtues.
Illustrator Pablo Lobato, who had never worked in animation prior to this film, had to both learn – and unlearn – craft and skills to design characters for stop motion.
“I wanted to have evidence of [stop motion’s imperfections],” says Selick. “I think the audience needs to work a little bit to make the magic real, but then the movie means more to them.”
Historian Vincent Alexander has exhumed a frightening list of stop-motion gems worth dusting off this Halloween.
John Lasseter “really couldn’t support my vision,” says Selick.
The exhibit featuring Daniels’ artwork will run through August 28.
What does a Toronto selection mean for Wendell & Wild’s Oscar prospects, and what has a TIFF premiere meant for animated films in the past?
Cartoon Brew asked several stop motion experts about their feelings on felt, and what makes it the right material for certain projects.
Critic Carlos Aguilar reviews two standout Portuguese films that featured at Annecy this year.
Netfix will release the film in time for Halloween.
Set in rural Missouri, the film will be a departure from Laika’s traditional kids and family fare in both aesthetic and narrative terms.
“Slow Light” employs paper cut-out stop-motion and b&w hand-drawn animation to differentiate between overlapping timelines.
Brazil, Chile, and Mexico lead the way with six nominations apiece.
A24 has dropped the trailer for Marcel the Shell with Shoes On, coming to theaters this summer.
The film will stream on Shudder beginning June 16 and is set to be accompanied by a limited theatrical release.
Stop-motion animation workers are anonymously sharing salaries and horror stories about working in the industry.
The film was made during Chile’s recent social uprising. “We were making a short film about torture in the past, while this was happening again in our country,” says director Hugo Covarrubias.