1. The BAFTA winning debut film from AKA Director Marc Craste - JO JO IN THE STARS is a 12 minute story of love, self-sacrifice, and jealousy played out against a black and white world that is both nightmarish and hauntingly beautiful.

    Director Marc Craste
    Producer Sue Goffe
    Produced by Studio AKA

    AWARDS
    BAFTA 2004 Winner, Best Short Animated Film
    Cartoon D'or 2005 Winner of Cartoon D'Or 2005
    Clermont Ferrand 2004 2004 Best Short Animated film
    Sicaf 2004 2004 Short Film Grand Prize
    Bradford Animation Festival 2004 Grand Prix
    Brief Encounters - Bristol 2004 Best of British
    Aspen Shortsfest 2004 Special Jury Prize
    IFCT 2007 Award for Most Innovative Animation

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  2. I worked closely with Director Piet Kroon in the role of Production Designer on this short. The design required that the main characters were recognisable across the various sequence styles driven by the design of luggage labels. The animation crew were scattered across the world so we cast actors for each of the main characters with film for movement and gestural reference (not for rotoscope).
    Produced by Illuminated Film Co. Financed by Channel 4 & Dutch Film Foundation.
    The film was BAFTA nominated in 1998. Grand prix winner at the L.A. World Animation Celebration. L.A Film Critics Award 1998. Audience and Grand Prix winner at Espino, Portugal.

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  3. I was an animator on a short film written & directed by Mark Baker, produced by Pizazz Pictures & Chanel Four television.
    Winner of: SPECIAL JURY PRIZE Annecy 93, THE CARTOON D’OR 93, SILVER HUGO PRIZE Chicago Int. Festival Film 93, AMERICAN ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATION 93, BRITISH ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATION 93, BEST SHORT FILM Carrousel Int. Festival, Canadian Film Board 93, SILVER DRAGON (1st Prize) Krakow Film Festival 93, 2nd PRIZE Stuttgart Int. Film Festival 93, 1st PRIZE Festival du Mons, Belgium 94, HIROSHIMA PRIZE 94 Hiroshima Festival 94, BEST TELEVISION FILM Ottawa Festival 94.

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  4. 15th February mixes live action and animation to describe a symbolic rejection and its sadistic outcome, as related in the poem by Peter Reading.
    Credits

    Director Tim Webb
    In collaboration with Janice Biggs
    Narrator Peter Reading
    Lighting and Camera David Green, Colin Hawkins & David Pritchard
    Animator Tim Webb

    Synopses
    Love gone wrong in 294 cuts.

    15th February mixes live action and animation to describe a symbolic rejection and its sadistic outcome, as related in the poem by Peter Reading.

    Love gone wrong in 294 cuts. From a poem by Peter Reading, symbolism and sadism meet live action and stop motion in this tale of rhythmic rejection and its aftermath. The 15th February is from Reading’s book Diplopic. In explaining the title, Reading wrote, 'Diplopic means pertaining to double vision. Every subject is treated from two sides. The funny and the ghastly are symbiotic.' The 15th February is from one side.
    Technical information

    The film mixes 16mm live action, stop-frame and drawn animation.
    Full credits

    Director Tim Webb
    In collaboration with Janice Biggs
    Based upon 15th February by Peter Reading © Peter Reading, 1983
    Narrator Peter Reading
    Lighting and Camera David Green, Colin Hawkins & David Pritchard
    Animator Tim Webb
    Dubbing Mixer Colin Martin
    Thanks to Dick Arnall, Jeremy Moorshead, Jonathan Hodgson, Lisa Beattie and Soho Images

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  5. Not particularly brilliant, but it's a bouncing blob of some kind at least!!!

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