Downcast Geoff gets a visit from his lively grand daughter Anna. When she stumbles across an old photo album, the two are unexpectedly drawn into a fascinating journey through Geoff's consciousness – experiencing war, tragedy, young love, and new life. Part of Creative Futures Place Partnerships, this is a showcase for the talents of Eve Moran and Keir Campbell, two animation obsessed Perth students who developed the story and took the lead on character design. The film explores experimental use of colour, inspired by the work of Robert Plutchnik, whose theories form some of the most influential approaches towards emotional classification. Co-commissioned by Horsecross Arts and Perth Museum and Art Gallery as part of Creative Futures Place Partnerships Perth and Kinross. Supported by Perth and Kinross Council and Creative Scotland. Premiered as part of Luminate, Scotland's Creative Ageing Festival and the group exhibition Old is the New Young at Threshold artspace 14 October 2014 – 26 January 2015. Also shown as part of Creative Futures exhibition at Perth Museum and Art Gallery, 30 September – 7 January 2015. Acquired for Horsecross Arts collection of contemporary art. Music Credits: “April Kisses” by Eddie Lang, “Comfortable Mystery 2” by Kevin MacLeod, “I'm in the Mood For Love” by Vera Lynn, “High Sheriff” by Aiken County String Band. "Comfortable Mystery 2" Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

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