Director Chris Butler (Paranorman, Missing Link) discusses the difference between shooting on "ones" and shooting on "twos" in stop motion animation.
Chris Butler is a writer, director, and head of story for Laika, where he worked on Coraline (09) and Kubo and the Two Strings (16). Prior to working for Laika, Butler amassed a decade’s worth of experience designing and storyboarding on numerous high-profile animated projects, including Corpse Bride (05). His work has been nominated for an Oscar, a BAFTA, several Annie Awards, and a GLAAD Media Award. He made his directorial debut with ParaNorman (12), which he also wrote. Missing Link (19) is his latest film.