Director: Rhian Hinkley
This bizarre homage to the spaghetti western is not here for its story or its acting, but for the way it's been animated by manipulating nearly three thousand whole and cut up 35mm colour stills. Buck rides back into town, he wants a parking space in the suburban street outside Jess's house and he's prepared to fight to the death for it. Set somewhere in the badlands between collage and film, this tale owes as much to the one hour photo shop as it does to Sergio Leone.
In the dungeon many things stir. A creature waits for something to be hatched while trying to rid itself of the scuttling spiders which also inhabit the dungeon. A claymation piece exploring the tens… More »
The inhabitants of a Spanish village gather for the visit of a death defying tightrope walker. He comes with his own attractive aura of danger and drama, and the crowd are not disappointed. Animated … More »
A magician turned civil servant reminisces about the hardships of a life of wizardry. Enchanted Life plays a number of visual tricks that span both drawn and model animation and which, like the film'… More »
A whacky, animated account of the trials and tribulations of medically assisted conception. Debra Solomon does just about everything here from the design to the lyrics of the song that is as amusing … More »
New Zealand/Australia, 1997
Two mutable clay creatures inhabit a spare tense soundscape and a bruise-coloured land and seascape created with paint-on glass sets. The location the filmmaker says is the anxious landscape of sexua… More »