The L.A. Times reports director Wes Anderson as saying:
"Usually, directors are either in animation or live action," Anderson conceded to Gold Derby, citing Tim Burton as one of the rare exceptions
This is a tad wrong ...
Off the top of my head, some animation directors (and/or board artists and animators) who have worked as live-action directors:
And so on and so forth.
Then of course there are the live-action directors now moving into animation. Although Mr. Anderson is one of the purer specimens, if Avatar isn't halfway to three-quarters animation, I will eat my computer.Click here to read entire post