Eric Leiser seems out of place in the USA. We first came across the talented animator with his feature film Imagination, an experimental fusion of live action, stop motion animation and other techniques as much at home in an art gallery - there are rumblings of future screenings at the MOMA - as in the theater. Leiser's work feel much more European than American in approach, which should probably come as no surprise since he honed his craft in Prague.
And now he's back with Glitch in the Grid, another fusion of live action with a variety of stop motion techniques. Leiser moves from fairly traditional model work to large scale manipulation of nature here to create something entirely unique. The cinematography on the live action parts could use a bit more polish but the animation is pretty stunning.
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