Friday, March 02, 2012

Videos: Burton on Art at La Cinémathèque Française

La Cinémathèque française has posted two new videos of Tim Burton discussing his artwork.

In the first video, Burton discusses the surreal and exposing experience of revealing decades of artwork, returning to his roots, and why he loves to create things:

Entretien exclusif avec Tim Burton by lacinematheque

In the second video, the filmmaker talks about making his very first movies on Super 8, and his love of the medium of stop-motion animation, which he has most recently experimented with in Frankenweenie:

Tim Burton parle de ses premiers films 8mm by lacinematheque

The Tim Burton exhibition makes its final appearance at La Cinémathèque française, and will be there from March 7th until August 5th, 2012.

1 comment:

deadhearts666 said...

Yeah, I agree with Mr. Burton, I think he should keep with the real props and leave the CGI for toons like Igor or Despicable Me. As much CGI stuff there is, I still prefer props, to see them and hand crafted each originally unique, it just gives that great feel to the movie that CGI just can't do.