Shot and edited by Brian McClave and Gavin Peacock
Produced by Site-Eye Time-Lapse Films
Soundtrack by The Miserable Rich
Original films are hi-def, full colour, stereoscopic video. Online versions are red+cyan anaglyph.
Please wear a pair of red+cyan glasses while you view this film. If you send a SAE to Animate Projects, we can send you a pair of red+cyan glasses free of charge. Else you may prefer to watch the 2D version.
The soundtrack was produced by The Miserable Rich.
With their layers of delicate, elegant strings and rich vocals you might expect The Miserable Rich to be winking at the sommelier as they win another debate about philosophy to a round of applause. But despite travelling around Europe, plus staying at home self-producing lush albums in their bedrooms, being a favourite guest of Marc Riley and grabbing iTunes Song Of The Week and 6Music album of the day, scoring soundtracks to award-winning independent shorts, they seem to have become mishap magnets - there have been traffic accidents and breakdowns, missed planes and deadlines, though they will be the first to admit that some of this might be self-inflicted, like trying to discuss business agreements while guzzling absinthe backstage at a German festival. Despite it all, they maintain the humour and openness that gives their music it's appeal.
The works shown here are part of an ongoing series that have previously been screened at the Soundwaves Festival, Brighton, and at The Regency Town House, Hove, as part of White Night Brighton 2010.