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...

The AVOD Boom

Interesting times of late for our AVOD team! 2020 was the veritable rollercoaster; with fundamental changes in how we are able to promote and monetise content, and the broad impacts felt from the pandemic. In a complex year, to say the least, I am delighted how we at Aardman have come through it all, culminating […]

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Too Close For Comfort: Theresa Russell in Bad Timing

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Ballard in the Rear View

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American Cinematographer – Crash: Auto Erotic

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Another Decade with Takashi Miike: Extreme Violence, Extreme Passion

"First Love" (2019) exemplifies Takashi Miike's 2010 filmmaking in its evolution of a genre and style that made the director's name.Another Decade with Takashi Miike is a series of essays on the 2010 films of the Japanese maverick, following Notebook's...

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