Enginedoggod is a looping animation for October’s “Hallucinations” themed LoopdeLoop animation challenge (www.loopdeloop.org). If you want to go insane & watch forever, right click the video and turn loop on… careful what you wish for!
I worked with the mighty musician Calum Bowen whose fantastic music you can hear at www.calumbowen.com
stay a while… STAYY FOREVVEERR!!
Don’t Fear Death, our film for Channel 4’s Random Acts starring Rik Mayall is now online. Hope you enjoy! http://diceproductions.co.uk/dontfeardeath
We’ll be launching Don’t Fear Death online on 9th September.
Here’s a looped segment to make your eyes feel uncomfortable in the meantime.
nekojiru nekojiru nekojiru nekoujiru nkekrojiu nekokijirj nejkorujj njjujjjkkr
Don’t Fear Death on Random Acts.
Tonight, 5th August 2013, on Channel at 23:05.
Who would have thought Death would be so funny? But it is in Louis Hudson and Ian Ravenscroft’s film tonight for Random Acts. Featuring the voice of Rik Mayal, Louis and Ian conjure up a world which is very scarily like our own. There’s some real stand out animation here. We are very proud to have had this film in our slate for series two. Louis easily can be compared to the greats of animation comedy, like Cordell Barker, Richard Conde or Bill Plympton. Sound like a big claim? See for yourself tonight on Channel 4 at 23:05.
That certainly is a big claim.
Good news: The world premiere of Don’t Fear Death starring Rik Mayall will air on Channel 4 on Monday 5th August at 11:05pm. All the details are right here: http://diceproductions.co.uk/dontfeardeath
There’s been enough chat about the creep of Californian Animation Smirk Disease, but each new film that comes out of the system winds me up that little bit more. It’s only a matter of time before it contaminates unwitting British intellectual property.
Music on the Bones
When vinyl was scarce various underground retailers sought out alternatives. One such alternative was to print music on old discarded x-rays they recovered from the Soviet hospital. The result was a flimsy disk with ghostly images of rib cages and broken limbs imprinted on the plastic.
My first short ‘The Making of Longbird’ is now available online in full. I have been privileged to screen the film around the world over the last couple of years, and met some great friends along the way.
I hope you enjoy the film, and please share freely, and widely.
Hey chums, check out my submission to this months Loopdeloop! It has a bird in it because birds are cool. Go to the place and vote on it if you feel like it but if you don’t then that’s totally cool.
There’ll be two screenings, one in Melbourne at Loop Bar, on the 25th at 7:30, and one in Hollywood at M-Bar, on the 30th at 7:00. I’ll be at the Melbourne screening, so feel free to come by and say hi! If not this month, then a different month, coz I’m always there. I’m actually meant to be a committee member for this thing but I don’t do my job.