Analysis Of Tim Burton 's ' The Nightmare Before Christmas '
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Whether it was through childhood or as an adult, Tim burton has been in everyone’s lives. He has produced, directed, and written the greatest movies of all time. A couple favorites would be, Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands, The Nightmare Before Christmas, and Sleepy hallow, to just name a few. He was won 20 awards and has been nominated 56 times (IMDb). Everyone loves his dark, gothic, eerie, horror and fantasy films. Ever since he was in high school, he was recognized for his great talents, and throughout his life, his films have been recognized as works of art. It can be easily said he is one of the greatest film directors of all time. Timothy Walter “Tim” Burton was born August 25, 1958, in Burbank California. His artistic talent was first recognized in the ninth grade. It was recognized by a local garbage company when he won a competition for a non-litter poster he had designed. The garbage company placed his design on all the garbage trucks for an entire year. After graduating high school, he was accepted into the California Institute of the Arts. In 1980, he graduated from institute majoring in animations and landed a job at Disney right after (IMDb).
He worked on films like, The Fox and the Hound and The Black Cauldron. He grew tired of what he was doing in his current role. He felt as if he could not fully express his creativity and originality. Disney gave him a chance to create his own animation. He created the short film animation Vincent, which was about a