Jamie Caliri is a director whose recent animated films have garnered an Emmy and three Annie awards, among others. In 2015, he directed the stop-motion sequences in The Little Prince. In the late 90's he jumped from animation to live action and took on music videos including Marcy Playground's "Sex and Candy" and Morphine's "Early To Bed," which earned him a Grammy nomination for best music video. In 2008, he and his brother Dyami founded DZED Systems. They produce Dragonframe animation software, which is used to shoot such films as Wes Anderson's Isle of Dogs.