Archive of films Dog / Dog

United Kingdom
2001, 6 min

Section: Focus on British Film (2000-2005)
Year: 2006

A boy, who has recently suffered the loss of his mother, has cause for concern when his dog falls ill, in this stop-frame animation.


Synopsis

A boy, who has recently suffered the loss of his mother, has cause for concern when his dog falls ill, in this stop-frame animation.

About the director

Suzie Templeton has a BA in animation from the Surrey Institute of Art and Design, and an MA in animation from London’s Royal College of Art. She has made two short films: Stanley and Dog, with the latter winning the BAFTA for best animated short. She is currently working on a 30-minute animation of Peter and the Wolf, which premieres with a live orchestra at London’s Royal Albert Hall in September.

Contacts

British Council
10 Spring Gardens, SW1A 2BN, London
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 207 389 3067
Fax: +44 207 389 3175
E-mail: christine.bardsley@britishcouncil.org
www: www.britishcouncil.org/film

About the film

Color, 35 mm

Section: Focus on British Film (2000-2005)
   
Director: Suzie Templeton
Screenplay: Suzie Templeton
Music: Kostas Kyriakidis
Editor: Tony Fish
Production: Royal College of Art
Contact: British Council

Guests

Geraldine Higgins

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