Jubilee Arts: Moving Hands Animation Project

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A series of stop frame animations made by children from Tipton, Willingsworth and Sandwell.





Film type:

Colour / Sound



Master format:

U-matic Hi band


A. Head Title:
‘Tipton Muslim Boys Group present
'Dinosaur Death The True Story’
Plasticine stop frame animation about the dangers of smoking. Date on some frames: 1.2.1990
‘Animated by Barba, Changae, Eshad, Ghulam, Javed, Jonny, Jeff, Omar, Sikander, Amar, Shanur, Azar.

B. Head Title:
‘Tipton Muslim Girls Present
'Hearts of Tipton’
Plasticine stop frame animation about the dangers of a poor diet. Date on some frames: 1.2.1990
Includes shots of a plasticine mad visited by a devil and an angel in the night.
Asia, Ash, Aysha, Ref, Shaz, Sanna, Yas

C. Head Title:
‘Willingsworth Youth Group Presents
'Kelly’s Diary’
Plasticine stop frame animation about bullying. Date on some frames: 8.1.1990
Adam Rudge, Adam Tanmim, Ash M., Ben, Craig, Jarrad, Jason, Luke Barnes, Matthew T, Paul, Raj Memhi, Shaun, Sie Carter.

D. Head Title:
‘Sandwell Special Needs Leisure Unit Playscheme Present
'Germ Attack on Planet Mouth’
Plasticine stop frame animation about dental hygiene. Date on some frames: 3.1.1990

E. Head Title:
‘Tipton Youth Forum Present
'Know your limit!!’
Plasticine stop frame animation (and some live action) about alcohol abuse.
Animated by Dave, Piglet, Louby, Waz, Louise, Kieron,

F. Head Title:
‘The following film contains material that may be considered unsuitable for children’
‘Tipton Detached Youth Group Present
Plasticine stop frame animation about safe sex. Quite graphic in places
Rachael, Terri, Emma, Kit, Chris, Ant, Paul, Louby.


Many thanks to
M.C.H.T. Arts co-ordinator
Sarah-Jane Watkinson
and T.Y.F. Development worker
Louise Troke

Workshop Facilitators
Alison Scott and Andy Phillips
with Louise Bedford

Workshop co-ordinator
Alison Scott

‘This was a Moving Hands Theatre animation project 1997’