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Minema Cinema

Minema Cinema (2004) - animate! Cartoon Episode Guide

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  • animate!, Cloth Productions, Passion Pictures
  • Distributed by: LUX, Channel Four
  • Voice Actors: Oliver Senton, Roger May, Jessica Radcliffe, Dan Copeland, Sue Green.
  • Directed By Tim Hope.
  • Produced By Kai Simmons, Russell Maclean.
  • Animated By Tim Hope, Tim Sanpher, Tom Stanton, Matt Everitt, Naz Khajenouri.
  • Music: Adelphoi Music, Antony Brown, Oliver Davis.
  • Editor: Chris Barwell.
  • First Aired on January 01, 2004.
  • Originally Aired on Channel Four.
  • Running Time: 21:30 minutes.
  • Color
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

Cartoon Summary:

A collection of bizarrely original animated stories from scripts written by young children. Emulating the approach of New York's 52nd Street Project and London's Scene and Heard theatre groups, the film is voiced by professional adult actors and directed to...  (more)

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