The Making of Fantastic Mr Fox: The Making of the Motion Picture

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The Making of Fantastic Mr Fox: The Making of the Motion Picture

The Making of Fantastic Mr Fox: The Making of the Motion Picture

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The work done by the animation director, Mark Gustafson, by the director of photography, Tristan Oliver, and by the production designer, Nelson Lowry, shows amazing ingenuity and skill, and the music (by Alexandre Desplat, with the usual shuffle of well-chosen pop tunes, famous and obscure) is both eccentric and just right. Being so in your face with titles announcing the animals plans, the pause of the quick pace with Kylie and his dazed eyes and metaphors brought to life with the foxes literally turning to lights. The dissonance of creation is just as important as its harmonies, and the whole story provides the greatest benefit as a demonstration of the film-making process. Self-consciously quirky movie that manages to be twee and ultra-hip at the same time, it qualifies as yet another wry, carefully composed bibelot in the cabinet of curios that defines the Anderson oeuvre.

One of the more notable directors who eventually left production was Tim Burton, who had notable experience on animated movies including producing The Nightmare Before Christmas and directing Corpse Bride and Frankenweenie.

The real value to be gained for those latter readers is inside Wes's chicken scratchings and liner notes.

I think the fact that he hadn't worked a great deal in stop motion pushed us out of our comfort zone, which forced us to try new ideas, new techniques, and new materials. If all goes well, you're left with a foam latex duplicate of the original plastiline sculpt of Badger.

Fox's plan to steal from the three farmers and follow the farmers bulldozing of the hill, beginning with the flooding of the tunnel. An amazing and beautiful book that does a terrific job of showing all of the intricate details and talented people that made this movie. Fox, but this scene was almost reshot because the MPAA thought that the death scene showed Rat bleeding to death and being forced to drink his own blood. The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products.



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