Clay Animation Film: Snow Day

Ever want a snow day? It might give you a chance to build a snowman. Only problem is you might get attached, and when the sun comes out, you might lose a friend. Find out what happens when the snow starts to melt, and spring flowers emerge.

This is a clay animation (clay-mation) film, a type of stop-motion animation. Does stop motion have a hyphen? According to Wikipedia, “both orthographical variants, with and without the hyphen, are correct, but the hyphenated one has, in addition, a second meaning, not related to animation or cinema: “a device for automatically stopping a machine or engine when something has gone wrong” (The New Shorter Oxford English Dictionary, 1993 edition).” The film is a creation of my middle son Gavriel Epstein.

Enjoy the film.

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