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PBS Off Book: The Art of Stop Motion Animation

by Kenny Hoeschen

Stop motion animation can be used to produce some absolutely fantastic works. From Ray Harryhausen to the Doctor Puppet to LEGO Hobbit and much more. PBS’s Off Book series looks at the history of stop motion animation and the techniques used in the creation of these stop motion features. Hayley Morris talks about how she used stop motion animation to attempt to tell the story of her grandfather’s experience with Alzheimer’s in her film Undone.

The video features Dean Kalman Lennert, Animator, Professor at NYU, Hayley Morris, Animator, Mathew Amonson & Jeremy Bronson, Studio Nos, and
Meagan Cignoli, Vine Animator.

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