Harry Potter fans are well known for their talent and creativity; tonight we have another clear example of that in action. A fan has made a claymation movie of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows that is now available to watch online.
,br>Starting here with the dramatic opening at Malfoy Manor, the stop -action claymation fan film runs over four hours in length, and is in 26 parts. While this is clearly a fan adaptation, labor of love and the filmmaker's personal vision of the beloved final book in the Harry Potter series, you can see some truly amazing work as depictions of things like the adventures in Gringotts, the heartbreaking moments at Shell Cottage, the epic battle for Hogwarts, the pivotal events with Nagini, Snape and the Prince's Tale, and the emotional Forest scene are all vividly brought to life. Enjoy!
Thank you to the person who did this, it’s astonishingly good! Oooh, makes me long for the movie even more, though! Sad to say, we have capped internet limits and there is no way I’ll be able to watch more than these 9 minutes.
Sue / Jon / Melissa, please could you interview the artist for a PotterCast? I would be fascinated to hear the story behind the claymation – was it for a varsity project, or just for fun, or what?!
THIS IS SIMPLYTHEMOSTAWESOMETHINGEVER. I’m sorry but everyone watch this immediately because Warner Bros is DEFINITELY going to close this down
Wow that is really cool!
wow. this is amazing! they must be some very dedicated and talented fans. well done!
WOW this is amazing. I’m so impressed. Here’s hoping the WB film will be as good :) Well done!!!
Emmm question……in the US version of DH….does Mr Weasly come for the Dursleys? Or did the claymation goes do a WB and make a few creative changes ;)
that was so amazing, the work it must have taken, i envy him, this is so amazing lol
Oh man this is so awesome!! Did they do this for a student film in school? Where do you have time for a personal project of this size? I’ve been wanting to do small videos forever, but work just drains me too much to continue animation elsewhere. Now, I actually want to sign up for the claymation workshop at Azaktraz! I wish I did Harry Potter projects when I was still an animation student!
We’ve already asked the artist to be on PotterCast, so expect that soon. :)
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