Tim Burton‘s MoMA show has moved to the Bell Lightbox center in Toronto (that’s the new headquarters of the Toronto International Film Festival) and the director has animated a short piece to advertise the event. It’s very short — thirty seconds or so — but consequently also quite pure. It’s like the Tim Burton of old, of whom we’ve only seen glimmers in his last few films. I want this Tim Burton back on movie screens. Perhaps the revamped Frankenweenie will provide.

Watch the clip after the break.

From the TIFF website:

TIFF is proud to present this once-in-a-lifetime look into the wild imagination of cinema’s greatest arrested adolescent. From childhood drawings to original sketches, paintings, sculptures and props – take a journey inside the realm of Tim Burton. If you’ve only seen the movies, you’ve just scraped the surface!

November 26 – April 17

[via SuperPunch]

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