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Aardman Animations, the studio which also makes Sean the Sheep and Wallace & Gromit, asked Morph lovers to fund new episodes through the crowd-funding website Kickstarter. Around £100,000 has been pledged so far, exceeding the original target of £75,
Some of the top stop-motion filmmakers in the industry are joining forces with Emeryville's Athena Studios, headed by Piedmont resident Jon Peters, to work on "Auntie Claus," a new animated film that is expected to create jobs for almost 200 local
Phoenix High School is bringing a popular children's story and recent stop-motion hit to the stage. "Coraline," based on the fantasy-horror novel by Neil Gaiman that was adapted for the silver screen in 2009, opens this Friday at the high school.
Bring back Morph' campaign reaches target Morph previously appeared in children's art shows Take Hart and Hartbeat A crowd-funding campaign to bring back clay character Morph for an online series has reached its target after eight days. Aardman
There are a couple of post-apocalyptic projects looking for a little crowdfunding: a star-studded comedy film and a comic starring a badass version of Charlie Brown. Plus, Aardman Animation is bringing back one of their original characters and a
Memoir Julian Barnes mourns his wife by way of exploring the thrills and dangers of ballooning Books You may think writing poetry is all about gazing at the stars in the sky and the bluebells in the fields, then being struck by divine inspiration.
Stop, Look, and Listen Oct. 14, 2013 Buena Vista Pictures When Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas (pictured) opened, in limited release, on October15, 1993, it launched a renaissance in stop-motion animation. Sure, many moviegoers were
Did Alfonso Cuaron's space drama make you think twice about 3D?...Alfonso Cuaron chose to use depth to create the feeling of being in outerspace. But looking ahead, can this weekend's $55.6 million opening of Gravity largely driven by 3D ticket
09/09/2013 2:40 pm EDT Follow: Have you ever gotten a haircut and wished you hadn't? If only you could go back in time and reverse the damage done! Well, you can -- if the Ballpoint Barber gets his hands on you.
That was the accord struck by the MillerCoors brand and The Integer Group in 2009 when the Denver agency began an artful approach to the brewer's advertising, which would become instantly recognizablea welcome dash of color and craft amid the beery