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Elliot Cowan’s ‘The Stressful Adventures of Boxhead & Roundhead’ now online in full

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Today New York-based Australian animator Elliot Cowan has released his independent animated feature film The Stressful Adventures of Boxhead and Roundhead in full. The film was developed from an online webseries, shorts from which having screened around the world at Annecy, Melbourne International Animation Festival, ITFS Stuttgart, Ottawa International Animation Festival, Pictoplasma, Edinburgh International Film Festival and KLIK! amongst many others.  Since the completion of the feature film in 2014 the film has screened internationally at festivals such as Fantoche, Holland Animation Film Festival and Golden Kukor, winning Best Feature Film at Expotoons International Film Festival.

Elliot announced the launch of the film via the Boxhead and Roundhead Facebook page:

To hear more about Elliot’s work and the making of the film visit elliotelliotelliot.com and have a listen to his recent appearance on the Skwigly podcast (stream below or direct download)

To catch up on the podcast so far be sure to visit the Podcasts section of the site and, so as not to miss out on any future episodes, you can subscribe on iTunes!

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