Director: Lizzie Oxby
Production company: Finetake - Commission: Channel 4 Television lizzieoxby.com
EXTN.21 is a short film about one man’s desire to be heard. The film uses an innovative blend of atmospheric stop-frame animation, live action performance and digital effects to create a dark world of uncertain reality. EXTN.21 was selected for Short of the Week in 2018 and was one of eight shorts invited to play at the major 2017 thriller season last year at London's BFI Southbank, 'Who can you Trust?'.
The film’s played at over 200 film festivals and won numerous awards, including a British Animation Award and a nomination for a BIFA: British Independent Film Award. Broadcasts include: Channel 4 Television, Arte France/Germany, CBC Canada, Canal+ Poland and Universal Italy. With nice write ups on Cartoon Brew, Televisual, IndieWire, Reperages and Creative Review.
‘a fresh, smart short film of the highest calibre’, Indiewire
‘a masterpiece of design and execution’, Short of the Week
The Official Music video for Scottish Songwriter and Producer Plum's single for her forthcoming concept album 'The Seed' sees a mystery box delivered to her front door with equally mysterious instructions as to what to do with it.
What happens when the seed of an idea is planted? If we sleep on it, will it grow beyond our control? Once a box is open can the contents ever fully be put back inside?
Music: Plum - The Seed http://www.plumtunes.com
Directed, filmed and edited by Greg Hoyna http://www.greghoyna.com
Written and produced by Jim Wolff, Jordan Laird and Michael Kinlan from Leith Records http://www.leithrecords.com
Hardware: Canon 500D, 18-55mm EF-S
Software: Animator HD, Final Cut Pro 7
Cinema City is an exploration of Glasgow’s moving image history.
Did you know back in the city’s cinema-going heyday, Glaswegians went to the cinema more often than people anywhere else in the world? Today the city’s passion for the movies is still evident, with Glasgow boasting some of the busiest cinemas in the UK.