We’ve already featured the recently released Animating Reality DVD. Here’s a review by Bill Gibron which looks at each film in some depth. Have a read and post a comment here to let us know if you agree or disagree… … Continue reading
Animating Reality, this compilation includes award-winning animated short documentaries by 13 filmmakers from Sweden, the Netherlands, Japan, Australia, France, Finland, Canada, Belgium and the United States.
Employing a variety of animation techniques (including stop-motion, claymation, flash, sketch, hand-painted watercolor, multimedia collage, manipulated archive footage and rotoscoping) these films explore issues impacting the world today in a more experiential form.
Another animadoc classic! On 25 April 1995 16 year old Matthew Easdale was shot in Brisbane. His mother was interviewed on the radio. Using rotoscoped animation the film presents the story in two very different ways. There are several clips … Continue reading
Here’s the first of our posts reporting on the Ecstatic Truth symposium, which was held on a warm Saturday in May at the Royal College of Art, London. A postgraduate (PGR) research event organised by Animation Research Co-ordinator Dr Tereza … Continue reading