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Aardman Animations 2005 Fire

When thinking of our assignment to write on a loss of information, for some reason the Aardman Animations Fire in 2005 – a fire which destroyed the vast majority of the companies clay models, storyboards and sets – immediately jumped to my mind. 548 more words

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Day 28, No. 28. Wallace

HAIRCUT 100: Day 28, No. 28. Wallace: Cracking inventor, cheese fancier, window cleaner, baker, humane pest-controller, national treasure, and occasional were-rabbit. Voiced first by the wonderful Peter Sallis, and now ably interpreted by Ben Whitehead for Aardman Animations, this cheery northern eccentric has been romantically linked to Wendolene Ramsbottom, Lady ‘Totty’ Tottington, and notorious Black Widow, Piella Bakewell. 78 more words

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Chicken Run

Mrs. Tweedy’s Chicken Pie

Growing up near several farms, I’ve often passed by the animals and wondered, “What do they do when we’re not watching? Are they organized?” Turns out they are. 877 more words

Cartoon Cravings

DVD reviews (Wallace & Gromit)

Hello everyone! :)

I’ve now added my DVD reviews on the first three short films starring Wallace & Gromit. 72 more words

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Annecy: Aardman Takes MIFA and Variety’s 2016 Animation Personality of the Year Award

ANNECY — As Aardman Animations gears up to shoot “Early Man,” one of the biggest animated features coming out of Europe, co-founders Peter Lord and David Sproxton accepted MIFA and Variety’s second Animation Personality of the Year Award at a ceremony June 15 at the Annecy Festival. 339 more words

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The Day I Met Attenborough - Aardman Animations

The Day the Gorillas Met David Attenborough

The Day the Penguins Met David Attenborough

The Day the Lyrebird Met David Attenborough

Making Of

Stop Motion

At 40, Aardman Animations Stays Stubbornly Eccentric

In 1995, at pretty much the midpoint of Aardman Animations’ 40-year history, the Bristol-based cartoon studio’s co-founders, Peter Lord and David Sproxton, hatched the crazy idea of making a feature-length stop-motion film. 1,521 more words

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