Year of Production: 2013
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Run time: 00min : 10secs
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Director: Ross Hogg
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Ultra-short filmmaking challenge inspired by the Commonwealth record for the 100m sprint: a global event that captivates audiences in under 10 seconds. Part of the Glasgow 2014 Cultural Programme in partnership with Creative Scotland and Channel 4.


Year of Production: 2013
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Run time: 04min : 00secs
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Director: Ross Hogg
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Music: ‘Dream and Machine’ by Sun Dogs
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‘Spectators’ is an observational animation that inverts the expected focus of a football match, turning attention to those on the periphery.


Year of Production: 2013
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Run time: 03min : 17secs
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Director: Ross Hogg
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Voiceover: Gavin Mitchell
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Using only charcoal and three sheets of A1 paper, ‘The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat’ is an animated visualisation of Oliver Sacks’ seminal work, describing a unique neurological oddity.


Year of Production: 2012
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Run time: 06min : 17secs
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Directors: Ross Hogg, Andrew Beltran
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The new Scotland national team manager has finally been unveiled. Andrew Reid, a controversial appointment for many, explains his unique approach to ‘the beautiful game’ and describes his long-term vision for the future of Scottish football.

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