The Brothers Quay changed the way audiences thought about stop motion animation, mostly because those audiences were totally creeped out by the short films they created!
Of course, creepiness is but one of the many things that make a Brothers Quay film great, and their decidedly avant garde approach to the medium has truly elevated stop motion well beyond the realm of Saturday morning cartoons.
Writer and filmmaker Shade Rupe got to interview the Brothers Quay about their thirty plus years playing with puppets, their cinematic approach to stop motion filmmaking, and Christopher Nolan's short documentary about the Brothers entitled Quay.
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