January 27, 2010

Wes Anderson Stop Motion Acceptance Speech

Wes Anderson’s stop-motion adaptation of the popular kids’ book, The Fantastic Mr. Fox has garnered tons of praise from critics and fans alike. After winning the National Board of Review’s award for “Special Filmmaking Achievement,” Anderson decided to accept the award in the only way that made sense: in stop-motion. Mr. Anderson is still as clever as a fox or, in this case, a weasel.

via Kitsune Noir

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