Free Film

So, with a wealth of material on the internet I thought it was time to point of some of the choicer material out there. There'll be a different selection each month and it'll range from features to shorts or charming little scraps. This month's choice:   

David Low animation (1936)

This is the tiniest fragment of an animation test. David Low was a cartoonist whose most famous character would eventually be immortalised in The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp. In the 30s there was interest in producing an animated version in Gasparcolor - one of the rivals to Technicolor. Humphrey Jennings, during his brief period working for Gasparcolor tried to get the project off the ground but this test was the only fruit of the project.