Special effects master, Ray Harryhausen has died. Ray Bradbury pays tribute to Harryhausen. All of Harryhausen’s creatures in 4 and a half minutes. Harryhausen talks about King Kong, Willis O’Brien, George Pal and his own career in 1991. John Landis interviews Harryhausen for the Bradford Animation Festival 2010. […]
The Documentation Officer for the Ray Harryhausen collection shares some of Harryhausen’s film materials.
Stopmotion and special effects master, Ray Harryhausen is interviewed at The Telegraph and discusses the Science Fiction League meetings he attended with Ray Bradbury, special effects now and Avatar.
Entertainment Weekly is a veritable hydra with one head talking shit about stopmotion and fx master Ray Harryhausen and another defending Ray Harryhausen and handmade special effects. A hydra of two-heads, that would probably look pretty sick in a Harryhausen movie.
A stop-motion plastic cowboy, Indian and horse all live together. In Belgium. And they’re adapted by Aardman Animations. And they have a movie, too. Here’s part of an episode of, A Town Called Panic.
The excellent Soft Film blog has some nice 1920s claymation by motion picture powerhouse, Joseph Sunn Jue.