Facing It by Sam Gainsborough
Watch the behind the scenes film here: vimeo.com/290238733
Cuerdas en la vida- Ropes in life
Directed by Gerardo González Pérez
Animations : Arturo Tornero/Gerardo González
Post-production director: Meztli Martínez Cuevas
Color Correction: Gerardo González
Produced by Galop Studios
©2016 Galop Studios
LES LIMBES // THÉÂTRE-SÉNART // 10 & 11 MARS
Théâtre-Sénart, Scène nation
by Production Monstre(s)
Creation und Interpretation: Etienne Saglio
"Penguins Mirror" (2015) by Daniel Rozin
Undone by Hayley Morris
"A drifting man struggles to pull objects from the roiling sea below him and scrambles to keep the objects from slipping through his fingers. A stop-motion animation using textured and tactile materials, as well as personal imagery, that represents the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. Inspired by my grandfather."
"Highly Strung" by Dave Jones.
The performance of Highly Strung featuring the giant 14 meter puppet took place on the night of October 28th 2011 during the Nati Frinj festival. The puppet took ten people to operate and had animation (largely created by the children at the local primary school) projected onto it from projectors mounted both on the ground and in the head of the puppet itself. Music by Stephen Oakes
Filmed by, Jacqui Schulz, Dave Jones, Gareth Llewellin and Cindi Drennan
More on http://theartofdave.blogspot.com.au
Extn.21 by Lizzie Oxby
Extn.21 is a short film about one man’s desire to be heard. The film uses an innovative blend of atmospheric stop-frame animation, live action performance (a live action head on a stop-frame puppet) and digital effects to create a dark world of uncertain reality (9 mins).
If you would like to see a 3-minute making of the film, it can be seen here: vimeo.com/lizzieoxby/extn21-the-making-of
Director: Lizzie Oxby
Production company: Finetake
Commission: Channel 4 Television
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