EXTN.21

Orman is having a futile conversation on his mobile phone. He is running back to his office but getting nowhere. If he could just get through to Mr. Langley everything will be resolved but someone (or something) is intercepting his calls…

 

regia/director lizzie oxby
sceneggiatura /screenplay
lizzie oxby
fotografia/cinematographer
lizzie oxby
montaggio/editing
rod main
musica / music
johannes konecny
suono / sound
stereo
cast/cast richard leaf (as the head of the puppet)
genere /genre
animazione – animation
formato originale/original format
16 mm – color
durata/running time
9’
anno di produzione/year of production
2003
paese di produzione/country of production
inghilterra – england
produzione/production
finetake
distribuzione/distribution
finetake


TIRANA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Best First Film

In 1996, Lizzie graduated from the Royal College of Art with an MA in Animation. Her graduation film The Lacemaker won the Gold Mikeldi for Animation at the Bilbao International Documentary and Short Film Festival, and her short films have been internationally screened at numerous major film festivals. Her multi-award winning film EXTN.21 was commissioned by Channel 4 Television. As a director, she has made work for MTV Networks Europe and EMI Records UK and has just recently completed Nightly Cares for the Icelandic band Múm and Fat Cat Records. She has also created work for Real World, Readymade-Media, ENO and co-directed ‘Catch Your Breath’ (2002) with Theatre-Rites using video projection for The Lyric Theatre Hammersmith. As well her moving image work, she’s also a published illustrator and has been a visiting lecturer on the Theatre Design course at Wimbledon School of Art since 1997. Her work has also been exhibited at the Royal Academy of Art in London

2004 Nightly Cares (music video) 2003 EXTN. 21 (corto, short) 1997 FJAM (music video)

Orman is having a futile conversation on his mobile phone. He is running back to his office but getting nowhere. If he could just get through to Mr. Langley everything will be resolved but someone (or something) is intercepting his calls…
This film uses an innovative blending of atmospheric stop-frame animation, live action performance and digital effects to create a dark world of uncertain reality
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