Multi award-winning animator/director and iconic horror filmmaker Robert Morgan presents a career- spanning retrospective of his work, a unique opportunity to experience first-hand, for your viewing pleasure. the purest conception of anarchic sound and vision.
“One of the most visionary genre filmmakers working today. Imagine a fusion between the sensibilities of Salvador Dali, David Cronenberg, Ingmar Bergman, Tim Burton and the Quay Brothers, and you’ll have a partial idea of the sheer brilliance of this man’s work.”
Mitch Davis, Rue Morgue Magazine
The nightmare universe of these shorts are most commonly seen on the film-festival circuit, where they have amassed a legion of breathless fans amongst audiences and critics alike. There will be blood!
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Paranoid (Robert Morgan, UK)
The earliest example of the warped imagination of Robert Morgan. Is this real or imaginary? Best stay under the covers.
The Man in the Lower-Left Hand Corner of the Photograph (Robert Morgan, UK)
A man sits alone in an empty room, looking at a single photograph of himself of a time when he was happy.
The Separation (Robert Morgan, UK)
The separation of conjoined twins and its extraordinary consequences.
OverTaken: A 48 Hour Film (Robert Morgan, UK)
Made as part of the Branchage Film Festival’s 48-Hour Film Challenge 2009. This entire film was conceived, shot, edited and delivered within a single 48-hour period.
The Cat with Hands (Robert Morgan, UK)
The story of a cat who, legend has it, longs to be human.
Bobby Yeah (Robert Morgan, UK)
Bobby Yeah is a petty thug who likes brawling and stealing stuff. One day he steals a creature from its dangerous owners, and finds himself in a lot of trouble. He really should learn, but he just can’t help himself…
Invocation (Robert Morgan, UK)
A grotesquely surreal deconstruction of the guts of stop-motion animation.
D is for Deloused (Robert Morgan, UK)
A large bug helps an executed man get revenge on his ghoulish killers.