Director: Dennis Tupicoff
Using as its source a radio interview from the ABC's current affairs program The World Today in which a Queensland mother recounts how she came to learn of her son s shooting in 1995, Dennis Tupicoff explores terrain somewhere between documentary and animation. As an animator Tupicoff gives added dimension to the documentary nature of his subject matter by dividing the film into two halves, both rotoscoped, but stylistically and thematically worlds, apart one an animated re-enactment of the crime, the other an understated lyrical and visually poetic presentation of the overwhelming nature of grief. Tupicoff's film is a quietly ground breaking work that is both compelling and powerfully affecting.
Love is like a chainsaw, a very dangerous beast indeed. Screened at Annecy, awarded the Grand Jury Prize in Oberhaussen. ... More »
Little Sally Roberts loves television violence-particularly her favourite variety show: "Dance of Death". ... More »
A collection of warm and haunting memories from the filmmaker's childhood experience with neighbourhood dogs. The artwork is strongly coloured eel and pencil-drawn animation and conveys a sense … More »
"Peter von Bagh carves a forceful, fastmoving, often melancholic but frequently funny essay about cinema as the essence of the 20th century. " - Film Comment ... Peter von Bagh is a filmmaker, film h… More »
The world's first media interview, shot in Paris in 1886, finally comes to life. Narrated by Agnès Varda. ... D/S Dennis Tupicoff P Fiona Cochrane, Dennis Tupicoff L English, French w/English subtit… More »