Maine animator had a hand in new release


GOULDSBORO — “Missing Link,” a stop-motion animated film about a lonely, lovable Sasquatch resembling a giant, apelike pine cone, who enlists a pompous British explorer to guide and help him find his missing relatives in Shangri La, opens this weekend April 12-14 in cinemas across the nation and world.

Prospect Harbor’s Adam Fisher, who grew up in the Gouldsboro village and is the son of Dick and Cindy Fisher, is among Laika Studios’ animators (“Coraline,” “The Boxtrolls…”) who brought to life the gentle, well-spoken bigfoot and other colorful characters to life in “Missing Link.” A 1997 Sumner Memorial High School graduate, Fisher recently moved back to Maine, where he teaches animation at Maine College of Art. PHOTO COURTESY LAIKA STUDIOS/ANNAPURNA PICTURES

Letitia Baldwin

Letitia Baldwin

Arts Editor at The Ellsworth American
In addition to editing the Arts & Leisure section, Letitia edits special sections including Out & About, Overview, Health Quarterly, Your Maine Home, House & Garden and Get Ready for Winter. She comes from Chicago, Ill, but has deep family ties to the Cranberry Isles. [email protected]
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