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Stylised animation goes inside Stephen Hawking's mind

To mark the great professor’s Reith Lecture, which broadcasts on Radio 4 at 9am on 26th January, ‘Inside his Head’ is a wonderfully stylised visual kaleidoscope that offers a pithy celebration of Hawking’s incredible journey. 101 more words


Shaun the Sheep Movie Review

One really has to wonder just how Aardman does it. Animation is always a painstaking process, and that’s doubly true for stop-motion. Yet somehow, Aardman makes it all look effortless. 513 more words

Animated Films

Shaun the Sheep Movie

Like his real-life counterpart, Chris, an unlucky Merino, plucky, claymated Shaun the Sheep shoots straight for the heart in his first big screen outing. Bored with his daily routine, which includes getting hauled in and out of pens and enduring the occasional shearing, Shaun concocts a plan to keep Farmer at bay while the sheep let loose for the day on Mossy Bottom Farm. 522 more words

Western Movie Reviews

Aardman, Studiocanal Set Early 2018 Release Dates For ‘Early Man’

Leveraging Studiocanal’s direct distribution operation in Europe and Australia/New Zealand, Aardman Studios and Studiocanal, two of the most powerful players in European family entertainment, have set dates for the release of “Early Man,” a stop-frame adventure set at the dawn of time that will be directed by Aardman Studios’ Nick Park (“Chicken Run,” “Wallace & Gromit: the Curse of the Were-Rabbit”). 283 more words


Wallace & Gromit: A Matter of Loaf and Death Review

By 2008, the Wallace & Gromit series of films had come a long way from their humble beginnings as part of Nick Park’s graduation project in A Grand Day Out. 529 more words

Animated Films

Wallace & Gromit: A Close Shave Review

By 1995, Wallace & Gromit had etched their place in the history of animation and in British popular culture. After the acclaimed “The Wrong Trousers,” the popularity of Wallace and Gromit reached new heights. 423 more words

Animated Films

Wallace & Gromit: The Wrong Trousers Review

Of all the Wallace & Gromit films, the duo’s second adventure, 1993’s The Wrong Trousers, is probably their most beloved outing. In many ways, it set the standard for the rest of the Wallace & Gromit films that followed, and helped define creator Nick Park’s unique animated storytelling. 422 more words

Animated Films