Interview with Filmmaker Stephen Featherstone (STOPGAP IN SLOW MOTION)

Matthew Toffolo's Summary

STOPGAP IN SLOW MOTION played to rave reviews at the November 2018 Experimental FEEDBACK Film Festival in Toronto.

Matthew Toffolo: What motivated you to make this film?

Stephen Featherstone: “Stopgap in Stop Motion” was actually a commission. I have a studio in the art centre in the town that I live in and Stopgap Dance Company have their production offices in the same building. One day the producer for Stopgap, who I knew from meeting him around the art centre, approached me and asked if I could make a promotional film for the company that combined live action and animation. I knew from the moment he asked me that it had the potential to be a very creative and exciting project so I had no hesitation in saying that I could and accepting the commission. That, by the way, was the entire brief I was given so how I interpreted…

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