G.M. (2001) had a rare screening at the Sound Of Silent Film Festival in Chicago on 22nd April 2017 with a live score by Randall West.
(2015, 1’00”, Digital HD)
A museum attendant stands guard amongst the Parthenon Sculptures, unaware that she is being filmed from a rooftop restaurant below. As the music playing in the restaurant swells like a cinematic score, she is transformed into a screen goddess – and perhaps Athene, standing guard over her city.
Screened at One Take Film Festival, Zagreb, Croatia, October 2016
(2015, 4’14”, Digital)
Another collaboration with singer Mikey Georgeson to coincide with the release of his greatest hits album, Best Of The Vessel.
(2015, 8’00”, Super 8)
A young man walks the streets of London through the yellow smoke that rubs its muzzle on the window-panes.
(2014, 2’48”, HD, animation)
Veteran animator Bob Godfrey answers this perennial question.
(2014, 5’16”, HD, animation)
A hero with a thousand faces seeks the Moustache of Destiny.
(2014, 3’52”, PAL, stills and animation)
An introduction to the life and work of Joy Batchelor on the hundredth anniversary of her birth.
(2012-15, 12’06”, PAL DV)
A newly-updated version of the documentary about John Halas, the Hungarian-Jewish emigre who became the father of British Animation. Co-directed with Vivien Halas.
(2005-2008, 3’00”, 35mm and DV PAL, B&W and colour)
A film composed of entirely of shots, outtakes and behind the scenes material from my 2005 film “The Time Travellers Of 1908.” Each scene is shown from at least two different angles simultaneously and generally shot on hand-cranked 35mm cameras. The film was shown at the Black & White Film Festival, Porto, Portugal in April 2009.
(2007, 5’20”, Digi Beta, hand-drawn animation)
A laconic comedy about Neuroses, Catholicism and Prozac: my Royal College of Art graduation film.
(2006, 0’57, 35mm, B&W)
Greenwich Observatory is in flames in the aftermath of the attack by anarchist Martial Bourdin, 15th February 1894.
(2005, 8’56”, 35mm, live-action)
A home-movie about London in the 21st Century made by two explorers from 1908.
(2004, 5’45”, 16mm, live-action)
A film-poem about London in the last hours of the 20th Century.
(2003, 1’30”, DV, live-action and animation)
An office-worker shaves his face off every morning in order to blend in with the other faceless commuters on their way to work.
(2001, 8’30”, Digi Beta, live-action and animation)
An Edwardian gentleman is tormented by spirits who appear through holes in his sitting-room wall paper.