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Five Minute Museum, The
Directed by
Paul Bush

Switzerland, UK / 2015 / 6:30

East Coast Premiere

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SHORTS: Animation.

"The Five Minute Museum" is an experimental animation in which thousands of artifacts from the collections of small museums are brought to life in an animated history of human endeavor.
Paul Bush was born in 1956 in London. After studying Fine Art he became involved in animation in the 1980s and thereafter has been producing experimental films that have been shown worldwide.

Besides filmmaking he is teaching - at the National Film and Television school in the UK, Luzern University in Switzerland and Centro Sperimentali di Cinematografia di Torino in Italy. He regularly lectures and screens his work at art and film schools in Europe and the United States. Recently he has had retrospectives in Cracow, Tallinn, Tampere and at the National Cinema Museum, Turin.

Executive Producer(s): Gerd Gockell
Producer(s): Gerd Gockell, Paul Bush
Director(s): Paul Bush
Screenwriter(s): Paul Bush
Cinematographer(s): Paul Bush, Joder von Rotz
Editor(s): Paul Bush
Production Designer(s): Paul Bush
Composer(s)/Music: Andy Cowton
Sound Designer(s): Thomas Gassmann
Animator(s): Paul Bush, Adrian Flury, Justine Klaiber, Nina Christen
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