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Spectacular Science: The Lifecycle of a Mushroom

admin October 10, 2012 Animation, Films, Short, Uncategorized No Comments

Tom Beg | 2 min | United Kingdom | 2011

SYNOPSIS
Presenting jazz bopping Mushrooms and belly-dancing Basidium! Spectacular Science is a collaborative project which aims to provide a wide audience with access to scientific knowledge and support the education of students in science subjects. The animation is inspired by 1920′s animation such as the Silly Symphonies series and other early Walt Disney shorts.

SCREENING SCHEDULE

Science For Nanos, 5th Annual Imagine Science Film Festival
1:00pm | Saturday, November 10, 2012
NEW YORK HALL OF SCIENCE

PRODUCTION CREDITS
Directed, Designed and Edited by Thomas Beg

DIRECTOR’S BIO
Tom Begis a CG artist working just outside of London, UK. In 2011 I finished my BA in CG Arts and Animation at UCA Rochester with First Class honours and have recently concluded an MA in Design for Performance and Events. I specialise in finding innovative and creative ways to represent different types of information through the use of computer generated animation and art. This approach has seen me creating animated short films as well as site-specific installation using projection mapping.

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