8 August 2012

Ten Thousand Pictures of You

It is said that hell has no fury like a woman scorned – and that can most certainly be said to be true of Sarah, the lead character in this short, stop motion film.  Her bounder of a man dumps her and he goes to extreme lengths to get her revenge on him.

Written, directed and edited by Robin King and starring Denise Hoey and David Crow, this film took about a year in all to complete.  It was created using a variety of applications, notably Photoshop, Premier 6.5 and a number of bespoke programs which were coded by King himself.

It was shot using a Canon Eos 350D Digital SLR and although it is called Ten Thousand Pictures of You – there are over 26,000 in the final film.