Tag Archives: British Public Information Films

Project Proposal 4.0

PROJECT PROPOSAL 4.0 Working Title:  Don’t Have Nightmares 0.3: Disruptive Technologies Aims and objectives: To create a persuasive narrative which explicates how technology is increasingly changing the shape in which we process information which is affecting the ability to concentrate … Continue reading

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Oskar Fischinger-Rhythm is a Dancer

“Well, it’s a bit flat in areas and it could do with more movement if you’re looking to get more energy from the drawings”  Not exactly word for word but enough to make considerations. The comment was from a friend … Continue reading

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Project Proposal 3.0

Working Title:  Don’t Have Nightmares 0.3: Disruptive Technologies Aims and objectives: To create a persuasive message based on public information film (public service announcement) narratives. The project will explicate persuasive narratives. The narrative will inform the viewer by animated visuals, … Continue reading

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Fatal Floor (1974)

Apparently, this rather comical public information film reduced slippery rug accidents by 50% in 1974. Was this a big problem in the 1970s? I always thought you had to be quite well-off to have a polished floor in your interior. … Continue reading

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Public Information Film Project: Sequence No 1

The animation in my last project, The Tokyo Underground,  Alienation & Conformity involved animation merged with footage. I received mixed opinions regarding the process but overall positive ones so now I’m at the contemplating stage with this project. Here I’ve drawn the … Continue reading

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Tutorial with Gareth Polmeer

Due to work commitments and unfortunate recent events back home, my studies have been taking a back seat in the past month so yesterday’s tutorial with Gareth, which turned out to be a very fruitful discussion has hopefully to kick … Continue reading

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Tutorial with Jonathan Kearney (3)

Due to my work commitments here in Tokyo, my practice in the past month has practically stopped. No, it has stopped and unfortunately will continue to do so until the end of July. However, last Thursday after my tutorial with … Continue reading

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