Tuesday, 27 April 2010

sheep, sheep, sheep, crocodile...

The British Animation Awards came and went with a rushed visit to the BFI Southbank (which was quite fancy except for the toilets which reminded me of junior school). The student award went to Philip Bacon for Yellow Belly End, a very good film that was definitely more deserving than mine. I did get a mention in the public choice award for best film which made me very happy because it means I came at least 6th. Better than that, Heartstrings is on the DVD and it got a square on the cover that's not obscured by a sheep head.

Back in early March I was sent an e-mail from Animation Reporter magazine asking if I'd do an interview, as they were doing a piece on the festival Animated Exeter, where Heartstrings was commended in the student category. Of course I agreed and didn't really know what to expect, perhaps a small quote or little review. The magazine arrived in my post box yesterday and I was shocked to see an article. Hopefully it sounds like I know what I'm talking about.

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