Image Courtesy of the Ray & Diana Harryhausen Foundation This Issue celebrates the life of a most wonderful and brilliant man. Ray Harryhausen is not just a talent but
I've always felt that the skill required The Secret Garden of Ray Harryhausen Erik Goulet chats with the master of stop-motion animation for puppet animators was, by far, more demanding than any other style.
Presented, September 12-21 2003, at these KC metropolitan theatres: The New Glenwood Arts Theatre (3 Screens), 9575 Metcalf; The Rio Theater, 7204 West 80th Street. 2003 Special Guests: Stop motion animation and effects pioneer Ray HarryHausen.
Though not entirely original (it borrows from "Star Wars", the works of Ray Harryhausen, the works of George Pal amongst others), it still shines for this generation.
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When I saw him speak in 1993, Harryhausen disavowed significant involvement with Clash (control apparently was taken away from him near the end due to time overruns), but more recently I've heard him on TCM laying claim to Clash .
I can't say that I cried as a child but certainly now the conjunction of the wizardry of Ray Harryhausen's art and the rich memories of walking down Broadway with my Dad came at me all at once.
Ray Harryhausen •American Film producer, special effects creator •almost single handedly kept technique alive for three decades. •film: The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms, first used a technique that split the background and foreground of pre-shot live action footage into two separate pieces of film. ...
The result is a gorgeous,looking, spooky short film, presented by special effects maestro Ray Harryhausen. 11:04pm Bus Pirates (Episodes 1,5) USA Director: Ben & Tyler Soper Running Time: 25:00 minutes "Bus Pirates" was created by James Plaxton, Dave Lindsay, Ben Soper, and Tyler Soper as a follow,up to ...
I like (as usual) the typical Harryhausen colorful cave shadings--blood red at one part of a cave, vivid blue in another, pumpkin orange in another, green, etc.