The film tells of a music hall impressionist who caricatures personalities from the second world war. Animated by Barry Bruce at Will Vinton Productions. Vinton’s studio has obtained a niche for itself as a maker of clay animation of quality and originality.
Director Jiri Barta uses object animation to tell of the discovery that there was once a universe peopled by gloves which lived a very human-like existence. Actual gloves were used containing an armature so that they could be animated as 3D puppets.
It is Welsh housewife Beryl’s birthday and her workmates take her out for a drink at a pub which has a male stripper. Direction and animation by Joanna Quinn. This film was started whilst Joanna Quinn was a student at Middlesex Polytechnic. It won the Special Jury Prize at 1987 Annecy Animation festival, France.