20 Years of Experimental Animation from the UK
The AnimateTV DVD draws together a unique selection of films to represent the incredible range of experimental practice accomplished in the UK in the past 20 years.
An illustrated booklet includes essential essays by Adam Pugh, former Director of the Aurora Festival Norwich and Dick Arnall, former producer of the AnimateTV project.
'These 23 selected films are unashamedly artful, adult fare that implicitly call for a reappraisal of what the form is capable of… Highly recommended.' Phil Harrison, Time Out London, October 2010.
'I was seduced by maverick visions, surprised by honesty and fell in love with the breathtaking AnimateTV DVD - I'm proud to be a part of it.' Chris Shepherd, Director of Who I Am and What I Want and Dad's Dead.
Item: £17.00 (excluding postage)
Postage: UK £1.10
Outside of Europe £4.95
We accept debit and credit card payments via PayPal. Shipping costs will be added to the basket during checkout.
The DVD is also available to buy on Amazon.
For trade, library and institution orders - please email us at email@example.com.
Publisher: Animate Projects, London
Publishing date: 2010
DVD Format: PAL
This DVD contains a selection of 23 films from more than 100 innovative and challenging films by British artists and animators made for the AnimateTV project.
Perpetual Motion in the Land of Milk and Honey, AL and AL
Purple Grey, Sebastian Buerkner
Furniture Poetry, Paul Bush
3 Ways to Go, Sarah Cox
13, Simon Faithfull
Tad’s Nest, Petra Freeman
Proximity, Inger Lise Hansen
The Life Size Zoetrope, Mark Simon Hewis
Feeling My Way, Jonathan Hodgson
The Black Dog’s Progress, Stephen Irwin
Kingdom Protista, Andrew Kötting
What She Wants , Ruth Lingford
Ferment, Tim Macmillan
Cowboys: Slim Pickin’s, That’s Nothin’ and Outrage, Phil Mulloy
Sunset Strip, Kayla Parker
Yours Truly, Osbert Parker
Go West Young Man, Keith Piper
Magnetic Movie, Semiconductor
Who I Am and What I Want, David Shrigley and Chris Shepherd
15th February, Tim Webb
Rabbit, Run Wrake
Essays: Dick Arnall & Adam Pugh
Supported by Channel 4 and Arts Council England
'Among the highlights is Paul Bush’s ‘Furniture Poetry’, a formalist experiment in the visual delights of using stop frame to alter the position, size and colour of chairs and tables, fruit and crockery. Mark Simon Hewis uses a fairground ride to create his ‘Life Size Zoetrope’. Three of Phil Mulloy’s bitterly funny and disturbing ‘Cowboys’ series of drawn animations are included, as is a typically,darkly comic piece – ‘Who I Am and What I Want’ – from David Shrigley and Chris Shepherd. Also included is a 1999 piece by Tim Macmillan, who invented the time-slice technique for frozen motion best known from the ‘Matrix’ movies and numerous adverts since. ‘Ferment’ is a more thoughtful trip in and out of people’s homes and events on the streets of a town, presumably meant to be happening all at the same time.'
Iain Millar, The Art Newspaper, September 2010
'Peddling a brand of animation notable for its dark humour and restless, relentless inventiveness. These 23 selected films are unashamedly artful, adult fare that implicitly call for a reappraisal of what the form is capable of… Highly recommended.' 5 stars.
Phil Harrison, Time Out Londo, October 2010
Tell a friend
Buy this item
- Add to basketDVD £17.00