The making of 'Isle of Dogs'


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Published: 6 months ago
Wes Anderson's new stop motion film, Isle of Dogs, has already received critical acclaim for its Japanese cinema-inspired look and feel. That's in no small part down to the creative vision of Tristan Oliver, the film's Director of Photography, who chose to shoot the entire film on Canon EOS-1D X bodies.

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Amazing, the results speak for themselves. The movie is wonderful.

6 months ago

Anyone know how many FPS this movie had?

2 weeks ago

24

1 week ago

I think it's 24 fps.

1 week ago

Very inspiring as I love clay sculpting myself. Maybe now that Canon has mirrorless this would be a great product for future projects

2 months ago

This is the second comment on this video so I exist and I’m impressed with making of the characters

3 months ago