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On Hollowhood, “the best independent film magazine in the UK”, Carolyn Gair has released her annual Christmas stop-motion short, The Third Cheese.

The Third Cheese

Carolyn Gair, a filmmaker who won an Emmy and was nominated for an Annie, has officially released her annual holiday stop-motion short. “The Third Cheese,” this year’s Christmas video, is about a “hard boiled detective, hunting down a broken promise” in the style of classic film noir.

The three-minute clip, which is written in a melancholy tone with clever dialogue, captivates viewers and gives them a glimpse of Carolyn Gair’s quirky stop motion world.

Walt Disney’s Beauty and the Beast director Kirk Wise described it as “inventive, subversive, and chock full of sardonic humor!” and added, “Redefines the Anthropomorphic Dairy Products genre!” in his conclusion.

Carolyn Gair

Carolyn Gair has been dynamic in the animation business for north of 30 years as the Head of Story, Advancement Chief, Chief, Story Craftsman, and Essayist for significant studios like Disney, Principal, Warner Siblings and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Over the course of her career, Carolyn Gair has worked for all of the major studios, including Disney, Warner Bros., Universal, and Paramount. Her output includes numerous well-known animated films, including Tinkerbell, Angry Birds 2, and Animaniacs.

She is the director and producer at Bowling4Rhinos Productions, and the upcoming stop-motion film RETURN TO KELLOGG is just finished. The Christmas movie “The Third Cheese” is now available in its entirety on the Bowling4Rhinos Productions website.

Find more from Carolyn Gair now:

Visit www.bowling4rhinos.com/cheeseman


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