Flora and Sharon’s newest paper puppet video, The Animated Life of A.R. Wallace, aired on the New York Times just in time for Wallace Day (November 7th, 2014). This short video chronicles the colorful life of naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace, who is co-credited, along with Charles Darwin, with developing the theory of natural selection. The score is by the wonderful Sarah Lipstate/Noveller. Here’s the link to the piece on the NYT.
The video has garnered some positive publicity already. The Richard Dawkins Foundation blogged it, as did writer Elizabeth Gilbert (sorry it made you cry!), and the short is the Museum of the Moving Image’s Sloan Science and Film Video of the Week.
Thank you to everyone who has shared the film–please keep sharing!
The 5th annual Imagine Science Film Festival will take place in New York City the week of November 8-16th, and we’re thrilled to see our tiny whale on the big screen! ’Whale Fall’ is screening as part of ISFF’s “Science for Nanos” on Saturday, Nov. 10th at 1 p.m. at the New York Hall of Science. Come if you can, there are tons of cool science shorts in our program. For more information: http://www.imaginesciencefilms.org/2012/10/10/whale-fall/
Additionally, Whale Fall will screen on November 9th-11th as part of the Buzzards Bay Film Festival, in New Bedford, Massachusetts.
We’re pleased to announce the inclusion of Whale Fall in the first UCD Imagine Science Film Festival, July 5th-14th in Dublin, Ireland!
We’re very pleased to announce the acceptance of Whale Fall into the Woods Hole Film Festival, July 28th-August 4th in Cape Cod!
Whale Fall won Best Short this past weekend at SFOFF. Thanks to Ana, Maggie, and everyone at SFOFF for screening our film!
When a whale dies, the story has just begun. We’re proud to announce the premier of our new paper video, WHALE FALL, on Radiolab.org! The video is a compliment to Radiolab’s ‘Loops’ episode. Watch it HERE.