Director: Darren Walsh
We meet an almost surreal set of characters in this animation through the use of live actors with masks painted on their faces which are animated via pixillation. The result is visually hilarious in its cheeky punning, telling the story of Ed, naive filmmaker, encountering the glitterati after a successful screening of his first film.
On a night out with the lads getting 'pixillated' at the local pub, one individual decides that there is more to socialising than mere face value. ... More »
Angry Kid is Aardman's new kid on the block. Dressed in regulation 70s parka, Angry Kid's constant pushing at boundaries and in-your-face bravado leads him into a series of embarrassing and potential… More »
As well as new Wallace and Gromit works (see Animation Gallery), MIFF presents new installments of some Aardman favourites: Angry Kid and The Presentators. With trademark humour and characterisation,… More »