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What's the time Mr Wolf?

Anderson, Sal, Raw Productions Ltd (2011) What's the time Mr Wolf? [Art/Design Item]

Type of Research: Art/Design Item
Creators: Anderson, Sal
Group or Collective Creators: Raw Productions Ltd

"What's the time Mr Wolf?" is an imagistic documentary about living with epilepsy which is the most common, serious neurological condition in the UK.

A group of people at an acting workshop have something in common, not just that a seizure could strike at any moment, but they also have the courage to open up to us.

"A seizure is like a wolf creeping up on you, ready to pounce."

"As the wolf comes within eyesight, there is that fear and I slow down."

Other Contributors:
Other (Contributor)Bell, Vaughan
Other (Contributor)Etienne, Shaun
Other (Contributor)Gonsalves, Raphael
Other (Contributor)Green, Wayne
Other (Contributor)Hawken, Sarah
Other (Contributor)Lefebve, Julie
Other (Contributor)Penney, Barbara
Other (Contributor)Saffron, Virginia
Other (Contributor)Whitehead, Sian
ActressCobb, Zoe
Other (Executive Producer)Goodhart, David
ProducerAnderson, Sal
ProducerEast, Geraldine
EditorWestlake, Natasha
Other (Director of Photography)Knight, David
Other (Workshop Director of Photography)Cocuzzi, Christopher
Sound designerRhodes, Adrian
Other (Music)Harper, Jessica
Other (Neuropsychologist)McCarthy, Rosaleen
Other (Neuropsychologist)Baxendale, Sallie
Other (Neuropsychologist)Bell, Vaughan
Official Website: http://whatsthetimemrwolf.net/
Additional Information (Publicly available):

Sal Anderson's film 'What's the Time Mr Wolf?' on the subjective experience of epilepsy won Best Director at the International Film Festival in Jakarta in 2013.

Science trained (chemistry, zoology) Sal Anderson worked as an archaeologist at the Natural History in Paris, in the Microbiology Department at Cape Town University and in scientific publishing before studying writing and directing at the UK's National Film and Television School. Sal has made award-winning short films in France and the UK. Recent projects include Wellcome Trust Arts Award film/neuroscience collaborations investigating the representation in film or neurological and psychiatric conditions.

Keywords/subjects not otherwise listed: Film, documentary, epilepsy, acting workshop
Publisher/Broadcaster/Company: Raw Productions Ltd
Your affiliations with UAL: Colleges > London College of Communication
Date: 30 November 2011
Funders: Wellcome Trust Arts Award
Related Websites: http://www.epilepsycongress.org/10th-european-congress-on-epileptology-london-2012/, http://internationalfilmfestivals.org/EHC/winners%20page/screening%20schedule_EHC_2013.htm, http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2229517/
Related Websites:
Projects or Series: Research Outputs Review (April 2010 - April 2011)
Locations / Venues:
From Date
To Date
International League Against Epilepsy's 10th European Congress on Epileptology, London, UK
2 October 2012
2 October 2012
International Film Festival, Institut Français d'Indonésie, Jakarta, Indonesia
3 July 2013
3 July 2013
Material/Media: digital film
Measurements or Duration of item: 60 minutes
Date Deposited: 02 Nov 2011 14:26
Last Modified: 06 Jul 2017 15:07
Item ID: 4344
URI: https://ualresearchonline.arts.ac.uk/id/eprint/4344

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