Motion

Moving image work created by photographers

Title of work: Findus Fishscape
Photographer: Carl Warner
Cat no.: 7.0021

Beautifully crafted animated short for Findus in which all elements are made from various foodstuffs.

TItle of work: War Child
Photographer: Adam Hinton
Cat no.: 7.0030

Harrowing but ultimately uplifting interviews with child rape victims who have been helped by the War Child charity.

Title of work: Young Souls

Photographer: Dean Chalkley

Cat no.: 7.0039

Beautifully observed documentary short on the contemporary Northern Soul scene. The full length film can be viewed here

Cynthia – Creative Review Photography Annual 2011 from Pod Films on Vimeo.

Title of work: Everyone has a story (Cynthia)
Photographer: Dave Young
Cat no.: 14.0004

A charming portrait of Cynthia, knitter and member of the West Dorset Accordion Group.

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