From: David Tetzlaff (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Aug 04 2009 - 15:55:59 PDT

There's a lot of shapeshifting in animation, it's a staple in clay
animation among other sub-genres.

For an example from the experimental canon I'd suggest Robert Breer's
_A Man and His Dog Out For Air_ (pen on paper, not clay).

Also, in The Fly, Brundle doesn't so much shape shift as slowly
change from one form to another. So for Cronenberg, I'd suggest
_Videodrome_ where different parts of the protagonists body turn into
different things and then change back, or so it seems. _T

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