While A Grand Day Out showcased whimsy and invention, The Wrong Trousers brought a darker story, with crime, sinister intentions, and a gun-toting penguin.
One of the most fascinating things about narrative art, as we experience every time we read a book, or watch a play or film, is the way we can become emotionally engaged in stories we know very well to be fiction. Moreover, what we now call suspension of disbelief is not necessarily enhanced by superficial realism [ . . . ]
Stone and clay look A-OK for Early Man. ardman Animations has created some of the most striking and affecting animation about cheese in the history of moving clay. Their Wallace & Gromit series is as heartwarming and [ . . . ]