Animato

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Animato is a compilation of short films by Mike Jittlov, making extensive use of stop motion, pixilation, kinestasis, animation, and multiple exposures. It features the films The Interview,[1] Swing Shift,[2] Rocketman, The Leap, Time Tripper,[3] and Fashionation.[4][5]

It was screened at Filmex in 1977. Regis Philbin was so impressed by the short Time Tripper that he had it televised.[6]

Fashionation is one of the well-known animated segments.[7] The short was made using kinestasis and cutout animation, mostly from fashion magazines illustrating the lyrics of the song "I Know a Place" by Petula Clark. It also extensively used multiple exposures, pixilation and stop motion for the brief live-action sequence.[8] [9][10]

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  1. ^ Savage Cinema (17 October 2014). "1974 The Interview" – via YouTube.
  2. ^ Cap'n Hector (12 April 2009). "Swing" – via YouTube.
  3. ^ Savage Cinema (30 October 2014). "1978 Time Tripper" – via YouTube.
  4. ^ VPR2B (19 March 2017). "Fashionation - Mike Jittlov - STEREO (Pitch corrected version)" – via YouTube.
  5. ^ [1]
  6. ^ ados4k (26 May 2013). "Mike Jittlov Demo Reel SFX (Part 2 of 2)" – via YouTube.
  7. ^ 30th Birthday Pre-Film Extravaganza by Savage Cinema-YouTube
  8. ^ "Cartoons Considered For An Academy Award – 1977 -". cartoonresearch.com.
  9. ^ [2]
  10. ^ [3]

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