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Annotation of Stop Motion by Mind Map: Annotation of Stop Motion
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Annotation of Stop Motion

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Target Audience

Adults / Teenagers

Genre, Sci-Fi adventure

When was it made?

1993, How does this effect the animation?

Technique Used?

Pixilation for some parts

Object animation


Not huge because the BBC made it

BBC remit is to appeal to a wide range of audience:, Inform, Educate, Entertain

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Other INFO

Started as a 10 minute short, went to 1 hour


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Ivor The Engine


Childrens Adventure / animation / family


Target Audience

Young Children

When was it made?


Technique used?

Cut out animation

Small Films - production

Strength / Weaknesses?

Appeals to a younger audience. The sound effects are boring and sound bad. possibly due to the production being low budget.

Voice overs sound the same for different characters


Ivor the engine is a children's animation which uses the Cut Out technique. Although the animation is quite dull it wouldn't have mattered because it was aimed at children - who would find it interesting despite the dullness. Ivor the engine would have been on at similar time to Bagpuss which was also created by the production company 'Small Films'. However Bagpuss uses objects and models to create the animation. Their seems to be a similarity in the narration of the two programmes - with bagpuss being aimed at slightly older children., New node

Kettle Chips

Target Audience

The crisps are aimed at aspires, because people think they're better then walkers for example.

When Was It Made?

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Technique used?

Stop Motion

Still from the advert




Kettle Chips advert is a contemporary animation used to promote the crisps. They have used stop motion technique whereby still images have been taken each time the crisps are moved in sequence. The advert is aimed at aspires because