Chris Pahlow

Filmmaker

Fraught
A series of fraught tales - large, small, embarrassing and occassionally pornagraphic.
Australia , 8:00, 2006

Featured in AIAF2007 > Australian Panorama
Fraught
A series of fraught tales - large, small, embarrassing and occassionally pornagraphic.
Australia , 8:00, 2006

Featured in AIAF2007 > International Program #2

Presenter

Animation 104: DIY - Starting Out
Chris Pahlow and Steph Brotchie are members of 'D.I.Y. ART' who demonstrate the self-taught, self-driven process by which they have developed their skills and films within limited means.

Featured in AIAF2007

Seminar | Mature (15+)
Animation 104: D.I.Y. Art + D.I.Y. Funding 2.0
Presented by Stephanie Brotchie & Chris Pahlow of D.I.Y. Art The creators of award winning film "Fraught" and the presenters of the popular "Starting Out" workshop at last year's AIAF return to Wagga Wagga to bring news of their latest exploits, a 'work-in-progress' screening of their current project ("Supermarket Musical Massacre") and to outline the crucial role storyboarding plays in the 'start to finish' process of filmmaking - especially the kind of low budget, hands on filmmaking that D.I.Y. Art are renowned for.

Featured in AIAF2008

Seminar | Mature (15+)
Animation 102: Chris Pahlow - Making A Music Video - A Work in Progress
Chris Pahlow is no stranger to AIAF. As a member of the young, award winning D.I.Y. trio he presented a selection of their films here in Wagga Wagga several years ago. He returns this year to take us through the nitty gritty of his latest animation project - a hybrid animation/live action music video. Chris has decided to channel some of animation's earliest masters in an attempt to create what amounts to a kind of digital scratch film - think Len Lye with a computer! Blend this with more contemporary effects and live action silhouette work and a clearer picture of the complexity of this production begins to emerge. But this is very much a work in progress and with much of the film's skeleton still visible this presentation promises to be a fascinating insight into the process of creating a multimedia music video - with maybe a chance to influence the final outcome.

Featured in AIAF2010

Seminar | Mature (15+)