How Wes Anderson Makes His Animated Movies

Director Wes Anderson is known for his stop-motion movies, like “Fantastic Mr. Fox”. His newest film “Isle of Dogs” is out in theaters now — and it was no easy task to bring over 1,000 puppets to life. Puppets vastly ranged in sizes — some were the size of a fingernail while others could be climbed into — but above all else, they had to be individually manipulated to animate them for the big screen.

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