One of our favorite movies of all time is “The Nightmare Before Christmas.” This holiday classic is not only an amazing story, but the animation is breathtaking — especially when you take into account the entire thing is stop motion. That means it’s filmed by moving small figures just a skosh and taking photo after photo to make the overall collection look like movement. This impressive artform has an intriguing history. Who knew it all began with bugs?
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