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INZOMNIA – Stop Motion feature film from Mexico

November 13, 2017

INZOMNIA – Stop Motion feature film from Mexico

Interesting. Also the initial production budget for this 'feature'…

Posted by Stop Motion Works on Monday, November 13, 2017

Topics: Films - Shorts - Animation, Puppet Animation, Stop Motion | 2 Comments »

2 Responses to “INZOMNIA – Stop Motion feature film from Mexico”

  1. L.I.O. says:

    Paul Gentry just commented at facebook to above article, that $2 million for entire feature is like slave wages. The status quo movie production system being kind of wasteful (IMO) does excessively jack-up the budgets, especially the wannabie mega blockbusters with their extreme $150 million plus budgets.
    $2 million budget for Inzomnia an all stop motion movie, does seems really low to me. The stop motion feature, O Apostolo, made in Spain, production cost was about $9.6 million. That is still low when compared to Coraline or Paranorman stop motion features, around $60 million budget, each.

  2. Ron Cole says:

    Two million is a respectable budget for any film and is what (IMO) what the average film should cost to make, if we lived in a sane world. Mehico seems to be a hot-bed of stop motion production… I wish New York were more like Mehico.


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