Documentary: Why Bristol? (1998) „Bristol has been named a UNESCO Creative City of Film“

The cities of Manchester and Bristol have been named UNESCO Creative Cities in global recognition of their outstanding contributions to culture and creativity.

Bristol has been named a UNESCO Creative City of Film, and Manchester a UNESCO Creative City of Literature.

The UNESCO Global Creative Cities Network is a global network of cities working towards the joint mission of placing creativity and cultural industries at the core of their urban development to make their cities safe, resilient, inclusive and sustainable.

Bristol is home to world-leading media. Aardman Animations set up studios in Bristol in 1976, finding fame with Wallace and Gromit, Chicken Run and Shaun the Sheep, among many others. BBC Bristol produces globally recognised radio, drama, factual and wildlife television, and is home to the largest production facility in the West of England, Bottle Yard Studios, whose productions include Poldark, Broadchurch, and Wolf Hall. BBC Bristol also houses the globally significant Natural History Unit, spawning ‘Green Hollywood’, the world’s largest concentration of firms producing wildlife content. With 11 community-driven international festivals dedicated to film annually, 10 cinemas, and 2 major universities (University of the West of England and University of Bristol) providing 28 film related degrees, Bristol will play a central role in this global network of like-minded cities.

Täglich einen Kurzen: Edith Piaf (Said It Better Than Me) (official music video)

Edith Piaf (Said It Better Than Me) (2017)

Ron & Russell find themselves in 1930s Paris in pursuit of something just beyond their grasp. Official music video for legendary American pop group Sparks. Made in six weeks from cork, cardboard and concentration.

‚Perhaps Sparks‘ best video ever.‘ Ron and Russell Mael, Sparks
‚Cinematic masterpiece‘ Sparks fan
‚One of the most surreal and beautiful music videos I have ever seen‘ Sparks fan

MAKING OF: Coming soon


Song written, performed and produced by Ron and Russell Mael, Sparks

Direction, design, story, cinematography, edit
Joseph Wallace

Joseph Wallace, Roos Mattaar, Aiden Whittam

Roos Mattaar, Joseph Wallace

Aiden Whittam, Katrina Hood, Heather Colbert, Joseph Wallace, Roos Mattaar, Mary Murphy

Milán Kopasz

Carla Mooney, Delwyn Mooney

Production Company

Simon Tytherleigh, John Wright, UWE, Dik Downey, James Hadrill, Dean Sudron, Charlotte Dubery, Nigel Wallace, Alice Saey

© BMG Rights Management Ltd (UK) 2017

Animated Documentary: „Is The Man Who Is Tall Happy?“ von Michel Gondry & Noam Chomsky

A series of interviews featuring linguist, philosopher and activist Noam Chomsky done in hand-drawn animation.

From Michel Gondry, the innovative director of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and The Science of Sleep, comes this unique animated documentary on the life of controversial MIT professor, philosopher, linguist, anti-war activist and political firebrand Noam Chomsky. Through complex, lively conversations with Chomsky and brilliant illustrations by Gondry himself, the film reveals the life and work of the father of modern linguistics while also exploring his theories on the emergence of language. The result is not only a dazzling, vital portrait of one of the foremost thinkers of modern times, but also a beautifully animated work of art.

Director: Michel Gondry

Writers: Michel Gondry, Noam Chomsky

Actors: Noam Chomsky, Michel Gondry

Genre: Documentary

In Theaters November 22nd, 2013

© 2013 IFC Films

INDAC Learning: Siggraph 2017 – Real-time Cinematics & Storytelling

Adam Myhill, Head of Cinematics at Unity Technologies, gives you insights into the revolution of real-time cinematics and storytelling using Cinemachine and Timeline.


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