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Title: GET BIZZY
Reference number: 7500
Director: d. Henry Cruickshank
Sponsor: Scottish Screen and BBC Scotland
Producer: Nick Wright and Cineworks
Production company: GMAC Cineworks
Running time: 6.20 mins
Three washed up 'has been' animation stars try and fail to come to terms with their former flat mate Bizzy's spiralling success, but will they have the last laugh? [synopsis from Scottish Screen brochure "New Scottish Short Films 2005"]
Cineworks: Commissions five short films a year by new filmmakers in the genres of drama, documentary and animation. Funded by Scottish Screen National Lottery Fund, UK Film Council and BBC Scotland. Includes a training programme.
GMAC presents a Cineworks production in association with Scottish Screen and BBC Scotland
Voices Tim McInnerny, Josie Lawrence
3D animation Liam Cullen
animation ass. Julia McLean, Paul Milne
compositing Oliver Smyth, Matt Rochester
armature construction Donald Holwill
m. Graeme Neilson, Neil Jack and Charlie Mount
dubbing mixer John Cobban
dubbing ed. Craig Aitchison, Travis Reeves
colouring ass. Nick Preston
add. props Sarah Barnes, Paul Kubon, Rowan McIntosh
scanning Andy Janes, Jim Stirk
exterior set Aardman Animations
voice record Bubble TV
edit Nick Wright, Matt Rochester, Scott MCCartney
online ed. JAe Limited
story Helen Cruickshank, Paul Kubon
screenplay Johnny Meres
p. Nick Wright and Cineworks
exec. p. for GMAC Sueann Smith, David Smith
Special thanks Edinburgh College of Art, Neil Kempsell, David McKay, Alan Mason, Linda Matherson, Nobles Gate.
BBC Scotland, Edinburgh Mediabase, Scottish Screen Lottery Funded.
© Cineworks / Henry Cruickshank MMV
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