Plankton

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Program 4: Dolphin Man
Cowell Theatre Fri, Mar 8, 2019 4:00 PM
Jacques Mayol became known as the ‘dolphin man’ as he revolutionized free-diving and in the process brought a new consciousness to our relationship with the sea. Featuring rare film archive from the 1950’s, viewer will gain a better understanding of the sensory and transformative experience of free-diving, now becoming one of the fastest growing ocean related sports. —AB
Film Info
Category:Short
Animation
Country:United Kingdom
Year:2018
Running Time:6 min
Premiere Status:U.S. Premiere
Language:English
Director:Gustaf Lindström
Producer:Gustaf Lindström
Cast:Will Hislop
Barney Fishwick
David Elms
David O'Neill
Gustaf Lindström
Baker Terry
Ellie White

Description

If plankton could talk, they would have British accents and suppress their real feelings beneath pent-up emotions and an inability to express themselves. —KH

Additional Information

Gustaf grew up in Sweden and graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Graphic Arts at The Animation Workshop in Denmark 2014. He then moved to London where he quickly became an in-house CG Artist at Blinkink Studio. He's now an independent Filmmaker and Animator.