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Manipulation ()


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A discarded cartoon character and some spilt ink combine and interact as if the cartoonist had drawn their actions. Discovering them, the cartoonist then joins in the interaction.

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Directed by

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Daniel Greaves

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Daniel Greaves ... ()

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Daniel Greaves ... producer

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Rod Howick

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Mike Hackman ... sound
Russell Pay ... sound

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Shaun Sewter ... model animator

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Tom Beggs ... inbetween artist
Chris Clarke ... inbetween artist
Daniel Greaves ... animator
Barry Hutchinson ... inbetween artist

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Emily Greaves ... special thanks
Jez Meteyard ... thanks
John Swinnerton ... thanks

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Plot Summary

An unseen and indecisive cartoonist working at his desk starts off by drawing a rough sketch of a man's head, and after a while, he draws a matching body. Nevertheless, being unhappy with the outcome of his effort, the picky artist wipes his sketches away. But then, unexpectedly, as the discarded and incomplete character comes to life, trying his creator's patience with a smudge of red ink, before long, the animator takes over, and then, the real fun begins. Written by Nick Riganas

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Also Known As
  • Manipulación (Argentina)
  • Манипуляция (Russia)
  • Zmanipulowany (Poland)
  • Манiпуляцiя (Ukraine)
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  • 7 min
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Trivia Academy Award Winner 1992, Best Animated Short Film. See more »

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