LITTLE THINGS

Little Things is seven stories in one, as several seemingly unconnected characters feature in a blend of observational and surreal scenarios. Largely without dialogue…

 

regia/director daniel greaves
sceneggiatura /screenplay
daniel greaves
musica / music
russel pay
suono / sound
stereo
genere /genre
animazione – animation
formato originale/original format
digibeta – color
durata/running time
11’
anno di produzione/year of production
2004
paese di produzione/country of production
inghilterra – england
produzione/production
tandem films entertainment

INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL NOVO MESTO
Golden Scales for Best Short Film

Daniel Greaves was born on the 1st October 1959, in Woburn Buckinghamshire, England. From 1977 until 1980 he studied animation at Western Surrey College of Art. After graduating Daniel worked as a freelance animator at many London studios before founding Tandem Films with his business partner Nigel Pay in 1986. Daniel is Animation Director at Tandem Films. He is busy producing numerous commercials, including rthe recent Expedia and Chewits campaigns, as well as broadcast material and his own short film projects. And he still finds the time to go out for lunch! Little Things is Daniel’s seventh film.

2004 Beginning, Middle & End (corto, short); Little Things (corto, short) 2001 Rocking’ & Rollin’ (corto, short) 1997 Flatworld (corto, short) 1996 Rabbit rabbit 1991 Manipulation (corto, short) 1988 Family tree (corto, short) 1980 Alarm Call (corto, short)

Little Things is seven stories in one, as several seemingly unconnected characters feature in a blend of observational and surreal scenarios. Largely without dialogue, the scenarios involve sustained character-led comedy as each individual character is seen to face everyday situations that develop as only animation can. Does the dramatic event in their lives bring the characters together, or do the little things in life carry on as before?

 

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