This was the first animated film by Richard Williams who wrote, produced, directed, animated and financed it. It is a half-hour philosophical argument without words. It won the BAFTA award in 1959 for Best Animated Film. Tristram Cary wrote the music. The film features three men, who each only believe in one thing, one in… Read More »
This stunning film is the 2011 BAFTA award winner in the short animation category. Michael Please is a recent animation graduate from the Royal College of Art in London. The sets and some of the puppets appear to be created from white card. The video below shows some animation in progress. Visit the Michael Please… Read More »
This movie demonstrates that puppet animation can show an adult theme in a sensitive yet challenging way. The stress of the Trojan War puts the complex relationship between Achilles and Patroclus under strain.