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Ben Pearce unpacks the process of crafting a dialogue free comedy narrative about two arctic explorers through production design, performance and editing.
Travis Wood’s 'Kayla in 1A' charmingly recreates the time the director spent living with a mysterious and decidedly strange, bone boiling housemate.
Ainslie Henderson reveals how he turns ‘stuff’ into stop motion characters, eager to play out their one off animated roles in 'Stems'.
Animator Heather Colbert joins us to discuss how she created puppets of Dolly Parton and Colonel Tom Parker for her Mark Nevin music video.
DN speaks to Argentinian filmmaker Carlos Lascano about his dark tale of a puppeteer who finds himself trapped in a labyrinth of memory and fantasy.
The latest adventure by sonic explorer Gruff Rhys is an exceptional example of cross-platform storytelling where each individual element adds something unique
Described as "like stop-motion but feels a bit more wonky and analogue" Irish filmmaker Conor Finnegan joins us to talk about animated short film Fear of
If like me you think there just aren’t enough rapping marionettes in hip hop these days, then you’re gonna love Aaron Lampert’s Go Green
Having already showcased their skills as part of the THIS IS IT collective on the insanely inventive Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared, creative duo Becky
Love is complicated, especially when two inanimate objects, lost in an underground car park, ﬁnd each other. This ﬁlm tells the unlikely love story between
Writer/Director Philip Hodges brings some puppetry magic to the music promo for Advance Base track Summer Music.
Don’t worry, your coffee hasn’t been spiked…that is Jon Hamm (aka Don Draper from Mad Men) hanging out with what looks like a miniature blue
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