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Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio: get behind the scenes!

This article is available in: French

Following our interview with MPC on Guillermo del Toro’s (you can watch it at the end of this article), here are a few pictures MPC sent us to give you a better idea of their work on this stop-motion feature film.

These visuals are a good opportunity to get a good look at the puppets/models, but also the impressive work done by MPC to enhance what was shot on set. MPC Toronto worked on the ocean, fire/rain/snow, skies and more! Overall, MPC Toronto worked on more than 650 shots from this show.

Credit: Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio / Netflix

Pinocchio par Guillermo del Toro

And here is our interview with supervisor Aaron Weintraub from MPC Toronto about Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio. The first 23 seconds are a short introduction in French (with subtitles), feel free to skip it if you wish! Aaron Weintraub tells us about the techniques used at MPC while working on this show.

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00:00 – Introduction
00:23 – Interview
00:39 – How MPC got the job
01:08 – MPC, directors, studio
02:04 – GDT & Gustafson / VFX
03:39 – practical vs CGI
04:17 – visual references
04:47 – Fire sims
06:53 – Ocean & water sims
09:49 – seashore [SPOILERS] [SPOILERS]
10:40 – skies
14:28 – environments (Limbo, Dogfish)
16:46 – Covid & remote work
17:42 – crowds
19:04 – digi doubles, 3D scans
21:40 – weather, rain, snow
24:28 – rig removal, cleanup, “charm”
28:04 – animation on ones, twos
29:25 – recognition
30:25 – GDT – most memorable shot?
31:51 – Tron Legacy, Silent Hill

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