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Jim Cliffe

Jim Cliffe is an award-winning artist, writer, and filmmaker whose talents have been recognized by Disney Studios. With a diverse background in illustration and animation, Jim has worked professionally as an artist for companies such as Kellogg's, Fox, and Anagram Pictures. Jim's short film Tomorrow's Memoir (2004) received Best Comics-Oriented Film... See full bio »

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Donovan's Echo
Donovan's Echo Director
Tomorrow's Memoir
The Morning After
The Morning After Cinematographer
The After
The After Cinematographer


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 2004 Tomorrow's Memoir (Short) (as James Cliffe)
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 2011 Donovan's Echo (screenplay)
 2004 Tomorrow's Memoir (Short)
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 2004 The Morning After (Short)
 2003 The After (Short)
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 2011 Donovan's Echo (storyboard artist)
 2004 Tomorrow's Memoir (Short) (storyboard artist)
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 2004 Tomorrow's Memoir (Short)
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 2004 Tomorrow's Memoir (Short) (assistant editor)
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 2004 Tomorrow's Memoir (Short) (producer)
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 2006 Fido (the filmmakers wish to thank)

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There's no denying the impact that Steven Spielberg has had on me, particularly as a child of the '80s.


As part of its marketing plan, he quickly wrote and illustrated a prequel comic to Tomorrow's Memoir (2004) for distribution a week before screening at the 2005 San Diego Comic-Con. See more »

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