Raymond Rea’s animated short Cat’s Cradle will air on Minnesota Public Television Sunday, Jan. 8. There will be a one-hour […]
Raymond Rea, Film Studies, had his animated short, Cat’s Cradle, recently reviewed in Film Threat, and an earlier film was […]
Cat’s cradle, a new short animated film by Raymond Rea, Film Studies, screened at several festivals since its completion in […]
Film Studies professors Ray Rea and Kyja Kristjansson-Nelson will be exhibiting new work at the 2010 Athens International Film and Video Festival. Both works combine elements of documentary, animation and experimental practice. Rea’s work, Cat’s Cradle, combines 16mm animation and analog rotoscope techniques with digital effects to tell a visual story of trial, error, and forgiveness. Kristjansson’s 30-minute documentary, Sveit, was shot in a rural village on the north coast of Iceland. Click headline to read more.