Tag Archives: stop-motion

In-flight Entertainment

On this date in 1925, the first in-flight film was shown on an airplane on an Imperial Airways flight. The film was The Lost World, one of the first science-fiction films. Based on a 1912 Arthur Conan Doyle novel, it … Continue reading

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Watch Your Inner Steppe

I was intrigued when a regular reader of Travel Between the Pages sent me a link to this interesting stop-motion animation video. Based on the works of Hermann Hesse and Carl Gustav Jung, the film, as well as the score, … Continue reading

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Maravilhos Rio: The City of Samba

This magical and mesmerizing tilt-shift film of Rio de Janeiro, titled The City of Samba, was created by Keith Loutit and Jarbas Agnelli during the 2011 Carnival. The music was also produced by Agnelli. The film’s fabulous illusion of miniaturization … Continue reading

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Hoping Oscar Is a Bibliophile

The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore is a 15-minute homage to the printed book and to booklovers. A cunning blend of computer animation, stop-motion and traditional animation, this marvelous film was produced by Moonbot Studios of Shreveport, Louisiana. The … Continue reading

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The Bookstore at Night

Sean and Lisa Ohlenkamp, owners of Type bookstore on Queen Street in Toronto, Canada, spent many sleepless nights producing this charming little stop-motion video of their bookstore at night. They did have the assistance of a crew of twenty-five volunteers … Continue reading

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On The Road (inspired)

Two years ago, inspired by Jack Kerouac’s iconic novel, On the Road, Benjamin Oliver Jenks left his job at a school for at-risk teens and set off on a 14,000 mile hitchhiking trip around the United States. Using more than three … Continue reading

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Paris via Stop-Motion

Freelance photographer and videographer Jean-Philippe Corre has created this intoxicating stop-motion video of a trip through Paris via an abandoned railway line. This film’s title, La Parenthèse Urbaine, is both literal and metaphorical. Related articles Stop-Motion Short of the Day … Continue reading

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