Go Creative Show // The Stop Motion Cinematography of Anomalisa


Last Updated: March 12, 2016 9:24 pm GMT
(Boston, Massachusetts--March 12, 2016) Joe Passarelli is the Cinematographer of the stop motion masterpiece and Academy Wward nominee Anomalisa. Joe and Creative Show host Ben Consoli discuss the challenges and rewards of shooting stop motion, his camera and lighting choices, working with miniature sets, and the patience needed to pull it all off. We also discuss the humble beginnings of Anomalisa and how kickstarter brought it to life. Esquire magazine raves about Anomalisa as “The most human movie of the year. And it doesn’t star a single human.” Says host Ben Consoli, "I couldn't agree more."

Join them as they discuss:

The humble beginnings of Anomolisa and the power of Kickstarter
The challenges and rewards of stop motion animation
Using home made Gemballs to light miniature sets
The miniature practical lighting and how it transformed the set
Eye lights for puppets and the reflective nature of fabrics
Working on 18 sets at the same time
What is replacement animation and how is it different from traditional
Why he chose to shoot on Canon 7D and Nikon lenses
Behind the scenes stories of the most challenging scenes
Creating motion blur in stop motion
Why the now infamous sex scene took over 6 months to animate
Using animatics to keep order the structure
Shooting 24-48 frames a day at most
and much more!

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