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The Hill Farm (1988) - National Film and Television School College or University Produced Cartoon The Hill Farm

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  • College Project from National Film and Television SchoolCollege
  • National Film and Television School
  • Cartoon Characters: Farmers, Campers, Hunters.
  • Directed By Mark Baker.
  • Animated By Mark Baker.
  • Awards: Oscar StatuetteAcademy Award Nominee, Best Short Film (Animated), Mark Baker, 1990, BAFTA Film Award, Best Animated Film, Mark Baker, 1989; more Awards More Awards...
  • Music: Julian Nott.
  • Editor: Annie Kocur.
  • Originally Released in 1988 (Estimate).
  • Running Time: 18 minutes.
  • Color
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

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A group of farmers live lives of steady routine, tending to the very demanding farm animals. One day, the water pump runs dry, and the farmers are faced with...  (more)

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Animation was produced by drawing on cel with wax pencil.

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