Making 'You Could Sunbathe in this Storm' from Alice Dunseath on Vimeo.
A film that loosely explains the making process from conception to completion for my short film, ‘You Could Sunbathe in this Storm’.
The film is currently doing the festival circuit so is not online but you can view the trailer here: vimeo.com/98555728
Huge thanks to everyone who helped me out on it (sorry if I didn’t manage to capture your hard work in this film). I couldn’t have done it without you.
Music: ‘Double Cherry Blossom’ by Jake Chudnow
Additional Camera: Isaac Holland and Phillip Alnswick-Tobias
Special thanks to BlinkInk, the City of London Combined Education Charity and the Royal College of Art.
You Could Sunbathe in this Storm (Trailer) from Alice Dunseath on Vimeo.
Space, forms, colours and sounds symbolise a recognisable world.
Do we shape as much as we are shaped?
A trailer for my graduation film from the Royal College of Art.
The full film is screening at the RCA from 18-29 June 2014.
It's Nice That : Animation: Alice Dunseath's short animation inspired by David Hockney
There is a nice article on my latest film, Hunting for Hockney on It’s Nice That today.
My film ‘Hunting for Hockney’ just got selected as Vimeo Staff Pick!
Chris Morphitis - Where To Go from Village Green on Vimeo.
BlinkInk set a competition for Royal College of Art animation first year students to pitch on one of three music videos for Village Green. Annlin and I won the pitch (and £500) to make a music video for ‘Where To Go’ by Chris Morphitis and this is the finished video.
Hunting for Hockney (Trailer) from Alice Dunseath on Vimeo.
Trailer for ‘Hunting for Hockney’ - my first year film from the Royal College of Art.
To escape from the realities of bereavement, two friends travel across Yorkshire to look for David Hockney. Grief heightens their senses and their need for adventure.
POP ART DESIGN App film from Alice Dunseath on Vimeo.
A film I directed for the Barbican’s Pop Art Design App.
The App accompanies the Pop Art Design Exhibition at the Barbican which runs from the 22 October 2013 - 9 February 2014.
You can find out more about the App here: barbican.org.uk/apps/
IAN from Alice Dunseath on Vimeo.
A music video I made for ‘IAN’ by the very talented Tom Rosenthal.