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Dennis Sisterson

Dennis Sisterson

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Dennis Sisterson is a London based freelance animator and director. He alternates between doing 2D character animation for TV and film, and creating short films, both personal and commissioned.
He began his career working for Bob Godfrey on the Steve Bell-scripted "Margaret Thatcher - Where Am I Now?", and also worked on Monkey Dust, 2DTV, and a long list of kids' tv shows. He also directed an Irn Bru commercial for London studio Sherbet, which was nominated for a British Animation Award.
Personal films include "Steam Trek - The Moving Picture", "Bear Facts" and "Free Speech for Hamsters".


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OpenVRT
Deze podcast neemt je mee naar Pepperland in Yellow Submarine, de animatiefilm van George Dunning uit 1968, waar Th… t.co/unwamMYy0J
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