It might have been 40 years since the famous Oscars moment, but "the British" are still coming for the Academy Awards.
"Stop-motion is a beautiful art form that deserves to stand alongside other mediums," the Laika director says.
With director Q&As, a puppet and diorama exhibition, and five stunning films, animation nerds will not want to miss this.
British born-director Chris Butler describes the film as "Indiana Jones meets Sherlock Holmes meets Planes, Trains and Automobiles".
"The moment I went and started acting school, not knowing I would have a career, was the first moment I felt like I'd found my tribe," the 50-year-old actor explains.