Young Victor conducts a science experiment to bring his beloved dog Sparky back to life, only to face unintended, sometimes monstrous, consequences.
Frankenweenie is a new stop motion animated feature directed by Tim Burton.  An homage to the Universal Studios horror output of the 1930's combined with Burton's fascination with Hollywood's monster movies. The film was the first black & white feature and first stop-motion film to be released in IMAX and was nominated for an OSCAR & BAFTA awards.

Read about the production process in my interview with The Call Sheet
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Victor mourns the recent loss of his pet dog Sparky.
The beginning of this scene in Victor's bedroom, took several months to complete. It was one of the first shots I worked on and was a technically demanding combination of motion control, onset single frame plate projection combined with the puppet animation.
Animation by Daniel Alderson and Kim Keukeleire & Jody Meredith
Mr Burgermeister tending to his Dutch Dazzlers
Frankenweenie VFX Breakdown