The Five Minute Museum / The Five Minute Museum
Paul BushUnited Kingdom / 2015 / 6' 30''
Europa Cinema, 13:00 h
Europa Cinema, 20:00 h
To visit all the four hundred exhibition halls of the Hermitage in St Petersburg would require the curious to walk twenty kilometres; to give even a casual glance to all the exhibits would take nine years. But the history of such artefacts may be revealed another way; through the wonders of film technology they can be displayed at twenty four images a second, thereby allowing the triumphs of human endeavour to be seen even in far corners of the land, by the bedridden, the infirm and the lazy. You need not stir from your sofa to absorb the history of man-made objects from the Stone Age to the present day in The Five Minute Museum.
Paul Bush is a filmmaker best known for experimental stop frame animation. He has made numerous short and medium-length films including The Cows Drama (1984), His Comedy (1994), Rumour of True Things (1996), Furniture Poetry (1999), Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (2001) and While Darwin Sleeps (2004). He has won many awards and his films have been shown in festivals, cinemas, galleries and on television all round the world. There have been retrospective programmes of his films recently in Ghent, Turin, Bogota, Budapest, Montreal, Bristol and London. In 2013 his feature film Babeldom was released in UK cinemas to critical acclaim.
Ancient Mariner Productions, Schattenkabinett
categoriesGrand Competition Short Film 3