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British Animation Awards 2012: Programme 1

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Time Out says

There’s a high quality line-up for the first batch in the Public Choice Programme. The 16 animated shorts include ‘Tchaikovsky – an elegy’ (Barry JC Purves) which uses an animated puppet Tchaikovsky meditating on his life to a stirring soundtrack; the amusing ‘Get Well Soon: Zoe’ (Kim Alexander), an animation based around an anecdote about a drunken accident and ‘Gorillaz: Stylo’ (Peter Candeland & Jamie Hewlett), another stylish live action-animation mix from the Gorillaz boys starring none other than Bruce Willis. Kathy Burke also lends her voice to ‘Bertie Crisp’ (Francesca Adams), just one of many offerings from film schools and colleges, proving that the future of animated film is bright indeed.
Written by Anna Smith
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