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Copyright © 2012 Rankin Film Productions

The Hungry Corpse

In London's bustling, yet desolate Trafalgar Square, an ancient, rather hungry corpse meets a pigeon.

Film notes

The film is a tale of companionship but also, a textural imprint of a dark, monochrome London from the perspective of a still, solitary protagonist.

Produced as part of the first year of the Collabor8te short film funding scheme.

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Copyright © 2012 Rankin Film Productions

Previous screenings

2013
18 Jun – 24 Jun | Palm Springs, United States
19 Jun – 30 Jun | Edinburgh, United Kingdom
23 Jul – 28 Jul | Seoul, Korea, South
2 Aug – 18 Aug | Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, Brazil
6 Aug – 11 Aug | Providence, United States
9 Aug – 14 Aug | Peja, Kosovo
10 Aug – 13 Aug | Italy
17 Sep – 22 Sep | Bristol, United Kingdom
25 Oct – 3 Nov | London, United Kingdom

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REVIEW
DN286: The Hungry Corpse – Gergely Wootsch & James Pout
23 May 2013 | MarBelle | Directors Notes
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The Hungry Corpse has received a new award at Scratch International Animation Film Festival. | more...
9 July 2013
Information on this profile is provided by the film owners and/or compiled from available sources | Profile updated 9 Jul 2013