Film - Series | March 23 | 3 p.m. | Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
Dennis Tupicoff is one of the most accomplished Australian independent animators working today. His unique style of hand-drawn animation mixed with live-action elements creates a feeling of grace in tackling such subjects as humanity and mortality. While he is known mostly for his works in animated documentary, Tupicoff also creates dramas, comedies, documentary hybrids, and film essays; regardless of his cinematic and editorial approach, his films are always introspective, experiential, and honest. We are pleased to present a selection of works by Tupicoff ranging from early works including Dance of Death and His Mothers Voice to the recent a photo of me and Still Alive.