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Matt Isakson

Matt Isakson is known for his work on ParaNorman (2012), Kubo and the Two Strings (2016) and Moonwalker (1988). See full bio »

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ParaNorman Special Effects
Kubo and the Two Strings
Kubo and the Two Strings Art Department
Moonwalker Animation Department
Monster Island
Monster Island Art Department


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 1994 Wire We Here (Short) (animator)
 1992 Brain Donors (assistant animator - uncredited)
 1990 Raisins Sold Out: The California Raisins II (TV Movie) (animator)
 1988 Moonwalker (animator)
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 2016 Kubo and the Two Strings (head of mold making)
 2004 Monster Island (TV Movie) (puppet fabricator)
 1994 Wire We Here (Short) (set construction)
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 2014 The Boxtrolls (head of mold making)
 1997 The Online Adventures of Ozzie the Elf (TV Short) (moldmaker)
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 2003 Terror Island (Video short)
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 2012 ParaNorman (head of mold making: character fabrication)
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 2003 Terror Island (Video short)
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 2003 Terror Island (Video short) (makeup artist)

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