This short video by Monocle films theorises that people are a bit fed up with the smooth automation of computer animation – and appreciate the handmade aesthetic of stop motion.
To prove it, they show 3 women animators – Vera van Wolferen, Lucie Sankova, Daisy Jacobs, working with wooden model houses, painting scenes on glass and real life objects.
All take time – but the sense of texture and delicate beauty is glorious. Inspiring.
I’ve seen the Daisy Jacobs film – about 2 brothers coping in different ways with their mother becoming fragile and elderly. Here’s a little insight into it and its award-winning nature:
You can see the film itself over on Vimeo: