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bigImage MORE is the compelling short story of an inventor's struggle to find meaning in his bland, colorless life. The film is an experimental combination of clay and cel animation, and in 1999 became the first fully-animated film created in the 15perf/70mm format to be nominated for an Academy Award™.

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A film by Mark Osborne. A collaboration of Flemington Pictures, Bad Clams Productions, Swell Productions and the Large Format Cinema Association. Distributed by MacGillivray Freeman Films.


Outside Reviews:

"Making More Out of Stop Motion on the Giant Screen" By Mark Osborne, Animated World Magazine

"The Making of 405" By Stefan Petrucha, Film and Video Magazine

"Short 7: Utopia" By George Shubin, Binary Flix

"Short #7: Utopia" By Colin Jacobson,

"More" By Alex Mestas, Lights Out Films

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