Animation: Love your Neighbours

An absolute classic stop-motion film from 1952. Starts a bit slow but worth watching in full length. We can only imagine the efforts required to create this film without digital technology.

“…One of the many short films put out by the National Film Board of Canada. This one was headed by Norman McLaren, in 1952. Watch, and observe the era when creativity and originality was still to be found in relative abundance…”




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