The Fly Who Loved Me
Date posted: 23.12.2004
Dan Chambers was awarded PULSE funding in 2003. He directed the imaginative animation Tube Mice. PULSE is a low budget digital shorts scheme delivered in partnership with the UK Film Council’s New Cinema Fund. Set up in 2002, this national scheme targets new filmmaking talent across the regions and has produced approximately 100 films each year.
Tube Mice follows the story of a mysterious man on a mission solving the problems on the London Underground. It is a heart warming comedy with a cool jazzy feel. Dan’s latest collaboration with writer/producer Olly Smith is also in the comedy genre.
The Fly Who Loved Me is a short Christmas cartoon featuring the voice of Sir Roger Moore. Dan and Olly have more recently produced Sir Roger Moore: Spaceman, highlighting a recurring voiceover theme. They have worked together for years, having met each other in the year 2000 in a recording booth at BBCtv Centre. With such creative chemistry we hope to see many more animations from the duo in the near future.
To watch The Fly Who Loved Me and for further information about Dan Chambers and Olly Smith please click here
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