Inside Laika's Missing Link: Director Chris Butler breaks down the stop-motion process
Chris Butler is a key player in the world of stop-motion animation. He's best known for his work at the powerhouse animation studio Laika, where he was involved with films like Coraline and ParaNorman.
His latest film is called Missing Link. It stars Zach Galifianakis as Bigfoot and Hugh Jackman as an explorer who together embark on an epic adventure to find Bigfoot's long lost relatives.
Butler joined host Tom Power in the q studio to shed some light on what goes into making a stop-motion movie.
Missing Link is in theatres now.
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