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Frankenweenie

Event Q&A

A woman speaking into a microphone

1. In terms of the films themes and issues, it has a scientific element to it, how did you and your team research what’s real and what’s not?

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2. This is of course an animated film. Can you explain how important it is for you to get a mixture of voice talent across and how it works?

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3. How much research did you do into the classic horror genre?

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4. How big are the puppets and what is the scale between them and the people that work with them? Can you explain how they work with them?

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5. Why did you make it 3D and how different is it to make a film in 3D?

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6. How many people were in the production team and how did they all come together to make Frankenweenie?

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7. What are the puppets made out of?

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8. This film is about Science and there are many teachers here with us today so what do you hope for the audience to take away from the film?

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