A misunderstood boy who can speak with the dead, takes on ghosts, zombies and grown-ups to save his town from a centuries-old curse. —IMDb
Sam Fell is a British film director, screenwriter, voice actor and animator.
Sam started his career as director on the short film The Big Cheese for 3 Peach Animation. He then joined Aardman and worked on projects like Pop, Peter Lord’s Oscar-nominated short film Wat’s Pig, as well was Rex the Runt, before directing 2002 project Chump.
In 2006 he directed the Aardman/DreamWorks’s feature film Flushed Away, in which he also provided the voices for the characters Liam, the Prophet, Ladykiller and Fanseller.
In 2007 he went on to direct The Tale of Despereaux for Universal Pictures, and also provided the voices of the characters Ned and Smudge.
Fell is currently at Laika directing ParaNorman set to release in 2012. —Wikipedia
Loved this; not quite as much as Mary & Max (ParaNorman didn't have me balling like a little kid by the end) but I love how...anti-Pixar it is; "oh hey Woody and friends are being discarded"..."oh, hey, this movie has a kid being burned at the stake; suck it."
The best mainstream animated film of the year (close to Ernest and Celestine when it comes to animation in general). Not only is it refreshing to see zombies get treated so cleverly, in a PG no less, but it's more adult than your average, non-Rango film, incredibly skilled, well scripted and effective, like it or not. Shame all the attention went to ecological cash grabs, Nicki Minaj and farting, rapping monsters.
Adrian Curry’s annual round-up of his favorite film posters of the year.
Chissà quanti Norman hanno dovuto sopportare i giochi di parole sul loro nome collegato al paranormale. Rende giustizia a tutti il protagonista di questa pellicola, un ragazzo che deve tirare avanti… read review