Intimate Animation 4-01 (11/04/2021) - Shoko Hara


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Presenting the first episode of 'Intimate Animation' season 4, brought to you by the online animation magazine Join Skwigly's Ben Mitchell and Laura-Beth Cowley as they explore, discuss and interview the talents behind animation that deals with adult themes of love, relationships and sexuality. In this episode we meet Shoko Hara, whose film 'Just A Guy' offers unique and unusual insights into the relationship between serial killer Richard Ramirez and his female devotees – including his long time girlfriend Eva O – through testimonials as well as the director’s own personal correspondences. The film’s raw visuals and agile animation style, combined with elements of collage and archive footage, create a rich visualisation of the fascinating world of death row relationships and the women who nurture them. With festival selections including Annecy, ITFS Stuttgart, OIAF, Interfilm Berlin, Animafest Zagreb (winner of the Grand Prix) and Krakow Film Festival (winner of Best Short Film), the film handles the duality of ethics, emotions and love in the most unlikely of places. Also discussed in this episode: Short film highlights from recent and upcoming festivals including new work by Joanna Quinn, Marcel Barelli and Martina Scarpelli; inscrutable European TV offerings such as 'John Dillermand' and 'Monsieur Flap'; the return of 'Big Mouth'; and the unusual sexual politics of the new 'Space Jam' movie. Presented by Ben Mitchell and Laura-Beth Cowley Interview conducted by Laura-Beth Cowley Produced and edited by Ben Mitchell

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