David Alexander Anderson
Tongue of the Hidden, David Alexander Anderson
Anderson - a filmmaker whose work has encompassed experimental animation, drama, theatre and dance - trained at Bath Academy of Art and the National Film and Television School. His degree film Dreamland Express won a British Academy Award. Later films, including Deadsy and Door made in collaboration with the writer Russell Hoban, have garnered a multitude of awards. His film Dreamless Sleep won the Hiroshima Peace Prize. He has been Visiting Professor of Animation at Harvard University, and now lives in Lewes, Sussex.
A Sense of Gravity, 2003
Motion Control, 2002
In The Time of Angels, 1994
Dreamless Sleep, 1986
Dreamland Express, 1981
Best Animation Film Award, Tehran International Short Film Festival, 2008
First Prize, Best Experimental Film, Rhode Island International Film Festival, USA, 2008.