Scratching the Surface was an artists' 16mm film direct animation project held at Plymouth Arts Centre on 16 May 2015. The workshop is part of the Sweet FA film art collaboration between Sundog Media, Moving Image Arts (MIA) Research and Plymouth Arts Centre.
Reach, a 360 degree installation commissioned by the It’s All About the River film festival screens on Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 September in Calstock Arts.
White Body has been selected for the retrospective and will be restored live. Detail below from Whirlygig’s site:
Making Tracks has provided an interactive platform for emerging film talent for the last three years, fusing live music with moving image. Since December 2010, with support from Arts Council England, we have hosted twelve events at Rich Mix and showcased over 120 short films, all of which screened alongside brand new scores, performed live by The Cabinet of Living Cinema.
Join us as we say farewell to Making Tracks, with a selection of the best short films and live scores to come out of the project. The Cabinet will use a wide range of instruments and foley to add a new dimension to the visuals, creating an invigorating live experience.
The 16mm direct animation film produced by Kayla Parker with students from Sir John Hunt Community Sport College won Young Motion Plymouth 2012. read more...
Making Tracks - May 2011Making Tracks is a groundbreaking platform on which to showcase up-and-coming filmmaking talent. In a collaboration with The Cabinet of Living Cinema, the idea is simple: we seek out top quality short films, strip them of their original soundtracks and The Cabinet rescore them live on the night.
White Body will be rescored. read more...
Hand Eye Visions: the Films of Kayla Parker and Stuart Moore
Saturday 27 November 2010 7.00pm
Lighthouse, 28 Kensington St, Brighton BN1 4AJ read more...
AnimateTV: experimental animation from the UK
Arnolfini Dark Studio, Bristol UK
Thursday 18 and Sunday 21 November read more...
Presenting AnimateTV: 20 Years of Experimental Animation from the UK
We are thrilled to announce the release in September of a limited edition DVD of AnimateTV films. The DVD draws together a unique selection from over 100 commissions and highlights the incredible range of experimental practice accomplished in the UK in the past 20 years.
We were invited to contribute work to a panoramic video event at the University of Plymouth (15 - 19 February 2010). We chose to produce a digital re-master of dual-screen Super16 film Verge: Sculptural Geometry and Verge: Flux, stepped through 5 successive clock-wise projections with ambisonic(ish) audio. read more...
White Body (new shorts 3: Femmes Fantastique) and Teign Spirit (new shorts 6: Leftfield and Luscious) have screened at this year’s London Short Film Festival.
Sea Front will screen at Rich Mix Shoreditch today (new shorts 9: Trick of the Light) - here’s how they describe the programme:
Short films are shown with gorgeous and sumptuous imagery in this stunning collection of rich cinematography and beautiful animation. The programme takes in drama, documentary and experimental animation, to give a varied outlook of life from surreal dream-like landscapes to a more realistic viewpoint, but with equally stunning results
The DVD was commissioned by Plymouth Marine Laboratory and produced with students from Ridgeway School in Plympton during an intensive week at UCP Marjon earlier this year.
See the film here
We worked with kids from Ridgeway School in Plymouth and scientists from Plymouth Marine Laboratories during an intensive four days at UCP Marjon Media department. This was followed by weeks of animation, editing and sound dubbing by Kayla Parker and Stuart Moore at Sundog Media’s HQ, resulting in this award-winning claymation film which has attracted many accolades from scientists, politicians and audiences wordwide.
The Ecologist has a review of our recent production The Other CO2 Problem
Our latest project “Hidden Harm” has been delivered to the clients. More information soon.
One Minute Volume 3 is being screening on all the Big Screens throughout the UK this week - we’re keeping an eye on the one in Plymouth!
We used Boinx’s iStopMotion in the production of The Other CO2 Problem
There 2 Care has been nominated for a Media Innovation Award in the Collaboration between Business and Young People category.
Update: we’ve only gone and won an award! read more...
The Awards will take place on the morning of Tuesday 27 February at the Odeon West End in Leicester Square - judged by a celebrity panel including actors Kate Winslet & Minnie Driver.
Visit the 2007 Awards page on the First Light website.
An opportunity to explore the environment of Haldon Forest with award-winning filmmakers Kayla Parker and Stuart Moore and create an animated visual poem evoking a sense of place, using digital and physical image-making techniques to explore the natural world and the organic forms of the forest.
Date: Saturday 24 February
Time: 10am - 4pm
Price: £30 (£25) 01392 832277
Ages 12+ / max 10
Includes a DVD of day's work to be sent to participants.
Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World
Haldon Forest Park,
Exeter, EX6 7XR
Plymouth Exchange (PEX06) programme of short films from South West England and Kernow screened at the Plymouth Independent Film Festival, Massachusetts, USA in July 2006.
For the 2nd year running we’ve curated a programme of new short films from the region for PIFF in the USA, and will be presenting this year’s Plymouth Exchange programmes from both sides of the Atlantic here in the UK from October.
Take a look at our Plymouth Exchange site here
Visit the Plymouth Independent Film Festival hereThe British are coming!
Street Rat, the drama we made with young people for the Film Council’s First Light initiative, screens on the BBC Big Screen in Plymouth city centre during Wimbledon Weeks, 2006.
Read about Street Rat here
Friday 27 January 2006 18.30-22.00
animate! at PSP Born Free, Victoria & Albert Museum, London