TOKUGAWA ERA, the

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Title: TOKUGAWA ERA, the

Reference number: 6058

Date: 2001

Director: d. Mark Holmes

Sponsor: [ Scottish Screen]

Production company: School of Television & Imaging, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design

Sound: sound

Original format: Betacam SP

Colour: col

Fiction: fiction

Running time: 1.53 mins

Description: A short animation using authentic Samurai painting techniques, in the classic Yoritimo style. [synopsis taken from VHS sleeve notes]

Award winner at Scottish Students on Screen 2001 "Animation Category".

Scottish Students on Screen (SSoS) is a one day festival designed to foster stronger links between education and the moving image industries. It is managed by BAFTA and funded by Scottish Screen, and has been running a innovative programme of events since 1999. Features sessions, screenings, workshops and masterclasses providing all you need to know about getting into the industry.

Credits: © 2000 Mark Holmes
Produced at the School of Television & Imaging, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design