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Fantastic Mr. Fox

April 21st, 2011 by Sharon Cross · No Comments · Uncategorized

Wes Anderson is probably my favorite director because of the visual brilliance he displays in all of this films. When I found out that he was doing a stop animation film of Fantastic Mr. Fox, based off of the book by Roald Dahl, I wondered how his aesthetics would translate into animation. Anderson usually breaks his films into segments and makes no exception in The Fantastic Mr. Fox with labeling scenes as Plan 1.. etc. He also likes to display all of the main cast of characters in the same scene :

Another part of Anderson’s aesthetic is to slow down scenes to intensify emotion or to:

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