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A.H. Uriah
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Author of the blog Stop Motion Geek
Author of the blog Stop Motion Geek

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Interview with Chris Randall, Creative Director and Co-Founder of Second Home Studios
Chris Randall in the Mills & Reeve Innovation 50 list. Source: https://twitter.com/SecondHomeChris/status/904681346060230656 “I came to animation mainly from a point-of-view of blind curiosity,” Chris Randall—the creative director and co-founder of Second H...
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Interview with Angela Poschet, Line Producer on "Isle of Dogs"
Angela Poschet. Source: http://en.animarkt.pl/masters/masterclasses/ “I have worked for many different producers and production companies based in different European countries, and I’ve had to adapt to the specific needs for each production,” Angela Poschet...
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Interview with Carlos Bleycher – Scriptwriter, Content Consultant, and Story Editor for Children's Oriented Animated Programming on Netflix, Discovery Kids, Disney xD, and Cartoon Network
Carlos Bleycher profile photo. Source: http://carlosbleycher.com/index.html “The most important thing for any genre are the characters,” Carlos Bleycher—veteran scriptwriter, content consultant, and story editor, with numerous credits spanning animated and ...
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Interview with James Wilkinson, Writer and Director of Stop Motion Short Film "Billy Whiskers: The Mystery of the Misplaced Trowel"
Billy Whiskers: The Mystery of the Misplaced Trowel  title card. Source: Vimeo. “I think it must have been early Aardman stuff that first got me interested in stop motion,” filmmaker and animator James Wilkinson tells Stop Motion Geek, identifying the trait...
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Interview with Renowned Stop Motion Director and Animator Barry Purves
“I worry that animators strive to recreate reality, whereas I think animation should liberate us from reality,” Barry Purves—critically renowned film and theatre director, scriptwriter, stop motion animator, and author of celebrated books about and lecturer...
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Interview with Norman Yeend – Director, Animator, and Co-Producer of Ident for "Aquaman" Director James Wan’s Production Company, Atomic Monster
Atomic Monster logo. Photo courtesy of Norman Yeend. “At the time he made contact, he was working as an assistant to James Wan on the film Aquaman ,” Norman Yeend—a thirty-year veteran in the stop motion industry as a director, animator, and model maker—tel...
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Interview with Mattzilla Duron, Art Director, Sculptor, and Puppet Fabricator of "The Tin Woods," Stop Motion Short Film About Oz's Tin Woodman's Origin Story
The Tin Woods concept art by Ann Tseng. Photo courtesy of Nick Boxwell. “I had just started listening to the audio books of the Wizard of Oz series and the Tin Man struck me as the most tragically interesting character,” Mattzilla Duron—a sculptor, mold mak...
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Interview with Nick Boxwell, Writer, Producer, and Director of Stop Motion Short Film About the Tin Woodman of Oz, "The Tin Woods"
The Tin Woods promo photo. Photo courtesy of Nick Boxwell. “When you have a near death experience almost everything you want to do that’s emotionally important becomes more urgent,” says Portland-based videographer and photographer Nick Boxwell, explaining ...
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Interview with Victor Haegelin, Director and Animator of Stop Motion Action Mini-Movie, "Captain 3D"
Captain 3D in Haegelin's  Captain 3D . Source: Vimeo. Snatching a moment’s respite, a moment now drawing to a close, animation director Victor Haegelin—sporting wide-rimmed 3D glasses with big, red and blue lens—flips through the last few pages of a comic b...
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Interview with Roos Mattaar, Director of Stop Motion Short Film "Nieuwstad (New City)," A Film About the Birth of a City
A Dutch family as seen in Nieuwstad (New City) . Photo courtesy of Roos Mattaar. In the twelfth century, a Dutch peasant family of three – mother, father, and son, each clad in rough-spun wool tunics, the mother in a broad-brimmed white bonnet and apron ­– ...
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