Monthly Archives: December 2012

pin screen animation: Michèle Lemieux

I’m not going to say too much about this because it’s all here on this video. I love short films and I love stop-frame animation, for years. Though I have the means, although basic, I’ve yet to try it myself. … Continue reading

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popcorn

In the wrong hands, The First Day Of The Rest Of Your Life could be sickly sweet and over-sentimental. Thankfully, it’s French. The French, I feel, are gutsier movie makers. The story comes from a frequently drawn well. An average … Continue reading

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doodling: conceiving ideas unconsciously

This broken economy of ours is killing me. It’s dawned on me I no longer doodle. I think the reason is during this recession I’m either laid-off, in which case I never find myself in dull office moments with pen … Continue reading

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tony meeuwissen@corinium museum

Tony Meeuwissen has a small exhibit currently showing in Cirencester. One thing about the modest gallery space behind the gift shop in the museum is when they display the work of someone as accomplished as Meeuwissen, it’s brimming with goodness. … Continue reading

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Arnolfini: Matti Braun’s Gost Log

Finding myself in Bristol for a few weeks, working a contract – which was unfortunately curtailed owing to the client’s (second) client’s indecision and the (first) client’s rather zealous thriftiness – I still had time and a couple of rain-free … Continue reading

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popcorn

A recent development at LoveFilm is the decision to drop the limit for subscribers’ online viewing. It used to be four hours maximum per month, which is just two films. Of course, you’re required to pay for a couple of … Continue reading

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