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PAUL BUSH TALKS
Paul Bush tries to talk about the making of While Darwin Sleeps and his aspirations for cinema but all the time the film itself tries to take over and in the end completely overwhelms him. Commissioned for Canal + France.
2006 - 2 mins
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WHILE DARWIN SLEEPS . . .
Thousands of insects pass through the film each for a single frame. It seems that the genetic progamme of millions of years is taking place in a few minutes. It is like a mescalin vision dreamt by Charles Darwin.
Prize winner at L'Alternativa, Barcelona and Media Forum, Moscow.
2004 - 5 mins.
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DR JEKYLL AND MR HYDE
Imagine that the camera is possessed with a psychosis similar to human schizophrenia; suppose that this disease subtly changes every single frame of film while leaving the narrative superficially intact. Prize winner at Siena, Montecatini and Holland Animation Festival.
2001 - 5.15 mins
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FURNITURE POETRY
How can you prove this table does not vanish or alter shape the minute your back is turned? The film-maker contributes to this philosophical debate by changing tables, chairs, jugs, fruit and everything else lying around his house.
Transmediale award, Berlin 2000- Directors Fortnight, Cannes 2000
1999 - 5.15 mins
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THE ALBATROSS
Samuel Taylor Coleridge's The Rime of the Ancient Mariner illustrated by 19th century wood engravings and brought to life by scratching directly into the surface of colour filmstock. Awarded at Zagreb, Hiroshima, Cinanima, Bombay and Bilbao film festivals.
1998 - 15 mins
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THE RUMOUR OF TRUE THINGS
A contemporary portrait of the western world seen through the transient images of computer games, production line monitoring, medical diagnosis, research, military, etc., in which traces of our society are indirectly but strikingly etched. Grand prix, Bonn Videonale 1996.
1996 - 26 mins
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HIS COMEDY
A journey into the centre of Hell; Dante's The Divine Comedy, illustrated by Gustav Dore's wood engravings and animated by scratching directly into the surface of the film. Awarded at Melbourne, Cinanima and Bombay film festivals.
1994 - 8 mins
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THE COW'S DRAMA
The simplest story; a cow in a field, two days pass, articulated by a sequence of small events. Between the days a farmer sings three traditional songs about work, love and death. 1984 The British Art Show UK touring exhibition.
1984 - 38 mins
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COMMERCIALS
Room2 was awarded for best commercial at Cinanima Film Festival and toured British cinemas in the public programme of the 2002 British Animation Awards.
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