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Animate TV: 20 Years of Experimental Animation from the UK Animate TV: 20 Years of Experimental Animation from the UK

Animate TV: 20 Years of Experimental Animation from the UK Animate TV: 20 Years of Experimental Animation from the UK
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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.

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.

'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.

This DVD contains:
AL and AL, Perpetual Motion in the Land of Milk and Honey, 2004, 6 min 22 sec
Sebastian Buerkner, Purple Grey, 2006, 7 min 50 sec
Paul Bush, Furniture Poetry, 1999, 5 min 15 sec
Sarah Cox, 3 Ways to Go, 1997, 4 min 16 sec
Simon Faithfull, 13, 2004, 5 min 25 sec
Petra Freeman, Tad's Nest, 2009, 4 min 48 sec
Inger Lise Hansen, Proximity, 2006, 3 min 53 sec
Mark Simon Hewis, The Life Size Zoetrope, 2007, 6 min 33 sec
Jonathan Hodgson, Feeling My Way, 1997, 5 min32 sec
Stephen Irwin, The Black Dog's Progress, 2008, 3 min 14 sec
Andrew Kotting, Kingdom Protista, 2000, 5 min 18 sec
Ruth Lingford, What She Wants, 1994, 5 min
Tim Macmillan, Ferment, 1999, 5 min
Phil Mulloy, Cowboys: Slim Pickin's, 1991, 3 min
Phil Mulloy, That's Nothin', 1991, 3 min
Phil Mulloy, Outrage, 1991, 3 min
Kayla Parker, Sunset Strip, 1996, 3 min 30 sec
Osbert Parker, Yours Truly, 2006, 8 min
Keith Piper, Go West Young Man, 1996, 3 min 43 sec
Semiconductor, Magnetic Movie, 2007, 4 min 56 sec
David Shrigley and Chris Shepherd, Who I Am and What I Want, 2005, 7 min 23 sec
Tim Webb, 15th February, 1995, 6 min 35 sec
Run Wrake, Rabbit, 2005, 8 min 30 sec


Supported by Channel 4 and Arts Council England 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.

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.

'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.

This DVD contains:
AL and AL, Perpetual Motion in the Land of Milk and Honey, 2004, 6 min 22 sec
Sebastian Buerkner, Purple Grey, 2006, 7 min 50 sec
Paul Bush, Furniture Poetry, 1999, 5 min 15 sec
Sarah Cox, 3 Ways to Go, 1997, 4 min 16 sec
Simon Faithfull, 13, 2004, 5 min 25 sec
Petra Freeman, Tad's Nest, 2009, 4 min 48 sec
Inger Lise Hansen, Proximity, 2006, 3 min 53 sec
Mark Simon Hewis, The Life Size Zoetrope, 2007, 6 min 33 sec
Jonathan Hodgson, Feeling My Way, 1997, 5 min32 sec
Stephen Irwin, The Black Dog's Progress, 2008, 3 min 14 sec
Andrew Kotting, Kingdom Protista, 2000, 5 min 18 sec
Ruth Lingford, What She Wants, 1994, 5 min
Tim Macmillan, Ferment, 1999, 5 min
Phil Mulloy, Cowboys: Slim Pickin's, 1991, 3 min
Phil Mulloy, That's Nothin', 1991, 3 min
Phil Mulloy, Outrage, 1991, 3 min
Kayla Parker, Sunset Strip, 1996, 3 min 30 sec
Osbert Parker, Yours Truly, 2006, 8 min
Keith Piper, Go West Young Man, 1996, 3 min 43 sec
Semiconductor, Magnetic Movie, 2007, 4 min 56 sec
David Shrigley and Chris Shepherd, Who I Am and What I Want, 2005, 7 min 23 sec
Tim Webb, 15th February, 1995, 6 min 35 sec
Run Wrake, Rabbit, 2005, 8 min 30 sec


Supported by Channel 4 and Arts Council England

Extras

23 page illustrated booklet including filmographic information and essential essays by Adam Pugh, former Director of the Aurora Festival Norwich and Dick Arnall, former producer of the AnimateTV project.

Additional Info

Additional Info

SKU 5060241660000
Year DVD 2010
Director Various
Publisher(s) Animate Projects
Format DVD
Countries UK
Colour Colour + B&W
Language(s) English
Running time 113 min
DVD region 0, PAL
Certificate N/a

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