Posts Tagged: Stop-Motion

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The Maker

After hitting it big with their first stop-motion animation in 2010, called Zero, the film-making husband and wife duo Christopher and Christine Kezelos have returned in 2011 with another fantastic stop-motion short called The Maker. The movie presents a strange little creature that strives to make the most important and beautiful creation of its life.

Sumo Science – Gulp

Sumo Science broke the world record with its bigest stop-motion animation. The project was shot entirely with a 12-megapixel cellphone camera on a nokia N8 and it was set on 11,000 m2 of sand on South Wales' Pendine Beach.


Directed by Christopher Kezelos and produced by Christine Kezelos, Zero is an animated stop-motion tracing the history of a zero oppressed in a world full of numbers. Enjoy this visually mesmerizing 12 minutes short movie!