Lastly, is The Nightmare Before Christmas a Halloween or Christmas movie
Lastly, is "The Nightmare Before Christmas" a Halloween or Christmas movie?
"The Nightmare Before Christmas" took about three years to make.
Because the film was stop-motion, it took animators about three years to complete the film.
"I was on the film for three-and-a-half years. The stop-motion animation took about 18 months, but with pre-production, where you storyboarded every single shot, it did add up. At its peak, it was about 120 people working on it, and we had between 12-17 animators on the job. It's an insane way to make a movie, but a lot of fun," director Henry Selick told the Daily Beast.
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