'animmilus' was filmed between 1999 and 2000 on16mm colour stock. The film is about finding nature in unlikely places, the patterns of light through leaves and water, the movement of the waves, pebbles across a beach in contrast to the movement and patterns of light from the white noise static of a tv and old video tapes. It is a mixture of normal and high-speed live action, pixillation and time-lapse and filmed on an H16 Bolex.
The film was edited by Leo Casserly at Flix Post Production and the sound was mixed by Alistair Saunders at Hullabaloo Studios. The Beta version was digitised by Simon Allmark & Mark Elliot at UCA.
It was fimed around the Mersey River and Chorlton Water Park in Manchester, in the studios of Cosgrove Hall and at Hall Sands and Berry Pomeroy, Devon.
It was screened at the Kino2000 Festival in Manchester.