Neck and Neck has won the Méliès d’argent award at the 32nd Imagine Film Festival in Amsterdam. Imagine presents the best in fantasy, science fiction, horror, anime, martial arts and cult. Founded in 1987, the Méliès International Festivals Federation (MIFF) is a tightly knit network of 25 festivals from 19 countries,
Neck and Neck directed by Shaun Clark has won the award for most original film at the Horror Hullabaloo film festival. Commissioned by Film London the film explores the relationship between Othello, Desdemona and Iago from Shakespeares Othello. Thanks to all the crew and funders who worked on the film:-
Flicker Mill Director Shaun Clark has recently completed a 45 second animated video for the Swansea city of culture 2021 bid. The 2D animation was written by Sarah Woolner with sound design from David Pringle.
Shaun Clark has recently completed the trailer for The Royal Opera House critically acclaimed production of Woolf Works. Created by Wayne McGregor the ballet is inspired by the writings of Virginia Woolf, met with outstanding critical acclaim on its premiere in 2015, the ballet went on to win McGregor the
Created by filmmaker Shaun Clark and Kim Noce with Producer Chris Hees and sound designer David Pringle. Dead Bod; is a large scale animated projection mapping piece. Which has been created for ‘Made in Hull’, the opening exhibition for the city of culture celebrations . Made in Hull began with
Charlie and the chocolate factory directed by Sam Mendes has won an olivier award for best lighting design. Shaun Clark worked as a animator with the lighting and projection team on the production. Well done to all the lighting and projection team. The show is currently on at the Theatre
Shaun has been busy working with the production crew on Harvey Weinstein new theatre production “Finding Neverland”. The play starts late September at the Leicester Curve. Finding Neverland is a feel-good musical for families and grown-ups – who haven’t fully grown up! Based on the Academy Award-winning film, this celebrated
Shaun Clark has been part of the video team working on Sam Mendes new play “Richard III” at the Old Vic theatre, London.
Shaun Clark is busy making a short films for the BBC WebWise site. WebWise is a beginner’s guide to using the internet. You can find out how you can use computers and the web to get the most out of life online.
Shaun Clark is proud to be part the team that had been nominated for aTony Award for “Best Scenic Design of a Musical” Scenic Design by: Rob Howell, Jon Driscoll and Gemma Carrington