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In a quiet city square an old man clutches his chest and falls to the ground, and time stands still. We travel from the square, down streets, through buildings – the human condition unfolds in glimpses of frozen moments.
Tim lives near Bath. He made Ferment for animate! in 1999, using the time-slice image ‘freezing’ technique he developed at the Slade in the 1980’s (and which was subsequently adopted in The Matrix).
Cast & Crew
Directed by: Tim MacMillan
Produced by: Grace Kitto
Editing: Malcolm MacMillan
Nominations and Awards
European Short Film 2000
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