Animation: This Is Where We Live

An outstanding stop motion film created for the 25th Anniversary of 4th Estate Publishers.
If you would like to find out how this animation was created have a look at some of the other videos from 4th Estate at vimeo or at the film’s web site (link below).


Click on the image below for the link (multimedia)

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“…The film was produced in stop-motion over 3 weeks in Autumn 2008. Each scene was shot on a home-made dolly by an insane bunch of animators; you can see time-lapse films of each sequence being prepared and shot in our other films…”



More information:
4th Estate Publishers at Harper Collins
Animation web site

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