Just found out that my short animation Mind Games is screening in a Frankenstein themed film event at Bournemouth Arts, this Saturday (20.10.12.)
‘The Cabinet of Living Cinema presents:Frankenstein and the Cyborg: A living comic-book experience.
In the empty and derelict manor, Mary reads from her novel, Frankenstein, to a hushed audience. A band of steam-punk musicians strike up to accompany her spine-chilling tale. Behind the young writer and her band, images start to flicker to life: an artist’s anatomical drawings of the tale; then, catapulting the audience centuries into the future, marvelous scenes depicting the age of the cyborg, the artificially intelligent, rebellious descendent of Victor Frankenstein’s monster.’
My short film Mind Games featured on episode 43 of the Directors Notes Podcast. You can visit the interview webpage on the Director’s note site here… where there are links to images and subject discussed in the interview. Or listen to the podcast audio here Here’s the blurb they wrote on the interview:
While some projects get turned around at blistering speeds that defy all reason, others need to slowly mature in the background, as was the case for this week’s guest director Peter Bunzl who began work on his animated, thought experimentation film Mind Games in 1996 finally completing it in 2004 once the time was right to re-ignite the project.