We discover the horrifying truth behind the natural urges of a vampire and realize he is not that different from... more
Chris began dabbling with animation in 1993 as part of the commercial arts course that he was taking at that time. Becoming fascinated with the animator’s craft, he began attending workshops held by the Manitoba Society of Independent Animators (MSIA). Chris received...
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Chris began dabbling with animation in 1993 as part of the commercial arts course that he was taking at that time. Becoming fascinated with the animator’s craft, he began attending workshops held by the Manitoba Society of Independent Animators (MSIA). Chris received funding from MSIA in the form of space and equipment usage and set up shop in MSIA’s studios working on his first film “the Urge” when time permitted. “The Urge” was completed in the spring of 2001. Recently, Chris and several other animators have produced an animated television commercial. He is currently working on his second film “the Hepcat”. Chris also teaches animation, on contract at the Winnipeg Art Gallery.
Reviews by Chris Angus 6
A review of Up In Flamesby Chris Angus on 08/22/2005This was a great little film. The sound was crisp and added to the film. I enjoyed the dry humour and how the story touched on several of society's issues. There was fine camerawork and editing, especially when the man was smashing down the chair, this really added to the impact. The story moved along well and was a good length for what you were trying to say. Well done... read
A review of Before you were Born (a conversation with God)by Chris Angus on 08/15/2005This was an interesting concept. I found myself sucked into the story for the full 10 minutes, which is surprising as when I started watching it I expected that it would drag on. Your film had a lot of depth while still staying light hearted which I enjoyed (although I expect people will have a problem with God saying the F word). I thought the movie of your life was touching... read
A review of Chapstick Charmedby Chris Angus on 08/10/2005This could have been a really bizarre beer commercial. There was a good use of light and dark especially near the start when the girls walked by out of the shadows through the light and into the shadows again. It was kind of surreal. I did notice that the fade out and in of the music was a little uneven. It was a fun and unique ending.