Created as part of the first round of films produced under the Collabor8te scheme, writer James Pout teamed up with Beakus director Gergely Wootsch for a short animation about accepting the comfort of friendship when it presents itself, The Hungry Corpse. The pair join us this week to discuss designing a bedraggled pigeon and successfully balancing their creative roles on the project.
The Hungry Corpse (2013)
In London’s bustling, yet desolate Trafalgar Square, an ancient, rather hungry corpse meets a pigeon.
I can’t image there’s anything worse than a writer telling an animator how to draw or what to draw.