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My Kingdom
Directed by
Debra Solomon

USA / 2014 / 4

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Debra Solomon
A film about personal space written from a poem by W.H. Auden from ‘The Birth of Architecture.’ In the past, one’s personal space might have included a castle surrounded by rolling hills and a moat. My personal space is a space bubble that is obscured by only 24 inches around my body and zero inches on the subway. Everybody has a threshold of tolerance for space, either in the city, suburb or country side, but one can only handle so much at a time!
Debra Solomon has been making animated films since 1995. Her films have won awards at festivals all over the world including a Silver Lion at the Venice Biennale and best Soundtrack in Annecy and a special Jury Award at the World Animation Festival. Her films are also in the Met Museum and MOMA’s collections. Debra is a N.Y.F.A fellow and Jerome recipient .She helped create the Disney Channels first hit show Lizzie McGuire.designing the animated Lizzie and directing the animated segments for the series. Her film Getting Over Him in 8 Songs or Less was shown on HBO. And this summer she has completed her latest animated short My Kingdom.
Cast/Featuring: Jane Curtin
Executive Producer(s): Debra Solomon
Producer(s): Debra Solomon
Director(s): Debra Solomon
Screenwriter(s): W.H. Auden
Sound Designer(s): Analogue Muse , Alan Zahn, Nick Cipriano
Animator(s): Debra Solomon
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