Chocolates: The Movie

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By Andrei Popa in New Film on Friday 13 January 2012

Shot in Sydney in this dark, suspenseful short a man goes to work on the same road and does the same things every day. Once he is forced by circumstance to take a different route. This route leads him to a house. Something makes him to go in. Inside he is going on an increddible […]

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Terry Gilliam criticizes Spielberg and Schindler’s List

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By Jonathan Burton in New Film on Thursday 8 December 2011

Insanely talented director and animator Terry Gilliam has a good point here. The best stories are those that leave you asking questions.

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Animated puppetry style video for new Snorkel single

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By Snorkel in New Music on Tuesday 6 September 2011

The Deadskin video was made by a friend of ours, Shaw Petronio. He has previously made videos for the band Sparks and Ben was involved in the live VJing performance on some of their tours. With a nod to Terry Gilliam, Shaw uses a cut-up animated puppetry style against a backdrop of film collage to […]

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The amazing illustration work of Joe Fenton

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By Diana Archila in New Illustration on Wednesday 24 August 2011

Joe Fenton has had a string of successes that any artist would give his right hand for: working with the likes of director Terry Gilliam (Brazil, 12 Monkeys) as a film concept designer and sculptor as well as with companies like Disney and Miramax.

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Christian Northeast

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Monday 16 August 2010

Christian Northeast’s work often reminds me of Terry Gilliam’s. It has a much more vaudevillian/Americana feel to it, and he incorporates a lot more original work into his collages.

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Terry Gilliam’s The Meaning of Life intro

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By Zolton in Video on Sunday 24 January 2010

Prior to directing The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, Terry Gilliam had a colourful past as a member of the brilliant comedy troupe, Monte Python, for whom he created this lavish title sequence, which intros their seminal 1983 release, The Meaning Of Life.

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