The Dark (2001) - National Film and Television School College or University Produced Cartoon

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The Dark

The Dark (2001) - National Film and Television School College or University Produced Cartoon

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  • College Project from National Film and Television SchoolCollege
  • National Film and Television School
  • Distributed by: National Film and Television School
  • Cartoon Characters: Old Bogeyman, Apprentice, Tooth Fairy, Vampire, Barman, Ghost, Werewolf, Boy.
  • Voice Actors: Richard Johnson, Neil Stuke, Zoe Wanamaker, David Pheland, Bill Petrie, Joshua Sneesby.
  • Directed By Gareth Love.
  • Produced By Teun Hilte.
  • Music: Alasdair Reid.
  • Editor: Rory Griffin.
  • Originally Released in August of 2001 (Estimate).
  • Running Time: 6:30 minutes.
  • Color
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

Cartoon Summary:

The times are changing, even for an old bogeyman, as his apprentice demonstrates. His drinking pals- a squeamish vampire, a tooth fairy who has seen better days and a redundant ghost- have some problems of...  (more)

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Release date is that of screening at the Edinburgh Film Festival.

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