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‘Ask Me Anything’ with Aardman’s Tim Ruffle

Aardman director Tim Ruffle joined us live on Instagram Stories to answer a bunch of your burning questions. Read on for a peek into Tim’s creative mind, from his preferred directing style to favourite film festivals… What is it like to work at Aardman? Aardman is an inspiring place to work. Full of super talented […]

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How ‘Pinocchio’ Turned a Real Boy Into a Puppet Who Longs to Be a...

Courtesy of Roadside Attractions The many stages of Federico Ielapi’s transforma...

UK producer Jeremy Thomas talks Oscar return, his new starring role and friendship with...

UK producer Jeremy Thomas is back on the awards trail more than 30 years after Bernardo Bertolucci’s The Last Emperor, produced by Thomas, won nine Oscars.  ...

Behind the Craft: Hey Pappy

In this guest blog, Cilian DuBock takes us through the making of Hey Pappy – a six part series of animated shorts premiering on Aardman’s AardBoiled YouTube channel every Friday. *Note: this blog contains adult content* The Story The original concept came from a four panel web comic. I’ve been making these for the past […]

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Aardman Academy alumni blog: Sketch to Screen Model Making

Aardman Academy alumni Natalie Morrison explains what to expect from the five day Sketch to Screen Model Making workshop. As a die-Aard(man) fan, finding a course run by people working on Wallace & Gromit and Chicken Run was a ‘how fast can you take my payment’, sort of moment. From tearing open my model-making package […]

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‘Pinocchio’ hair and makeup make animals, humans, puppets – Los Angeles Times

Maria Pia Timo as a snail, Federico Ielapi as Pinocchio, and Alida Baldari Calab...
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