A Town Called Panic: tonight on Film4

Belgian directing duo Pic Pic Andre no longer make crazy Cravendale ads featuring a cohabiting cow, pirate and cyclist. However, fans of their stop animation antics should tune in to their 2009 feature length film, A Town Called Panic, which airs tonight on Film4 at 10.40 pm.

Regular readers of CR blog will be familiar with the work of Belgian directing duo Pic Pic Andre, not least because of their quirky stop frame animated ads for Cravendale which featured a cohabiting cow, pirate and cyclist. The pair’s 2009 feature length stop animated film, A Town Called Panic, stars a similarly bizarre trio of cohabitants, namely a horse, a cowboy and a native American Indian. And a huge mechanical penguin. It’s getting an airing on Film4 tonight at 10.40 pm

Pic Pic Andre are represented by Not To Scale

To see the last ever Cravendale ad shot by Pic Pic Andre (written by Wieden + Kennedy, London) click here

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