Under the Skin (2013)

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Forrest Gump, 1994

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wannabeanimator:

The Boxtrolls (2014) | Behind the Scenes

via Animation Magazine:

  • 30 to 300; the range of crew at work between the beginning of shooting and the height of production
  • 1,300 shots required vfx touches, which were accomplished by 50 artists
  • 20,000+ props were handmade for the film; the smallest prop is a tiny sewing needle with thread
  • 55,000 facial expression pieces were 3-D printed, with the potential for approximately 1 million combinations
  • 125,280 individual character poses are needed to create the 87-minute film

huffingtonpost:

THE HAND-MADE MAGIC OF ‘THE NEVERENDING STORY’

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Three decades after its U.S. premiere on July 20, 1984, “The NeverEnding Story” feels magical in a way that’s unattainable for a dark fantasy of today. It’s twisted and rife with imperfections, but that’s part of what makes it so…

30 years ago today The Neverending Story was released.