Priestley Motion Pictures
Jung & Restless - New film!
Woo hoo! Jung & Restless will premiere at the Stuttgart International Animation Festival in Germany in May and at the Insomnia International Animation Film Festival in Moscow, Russia in July. Two of my favortite animation festivals! Seth Norman composed and produced the wonderful score, Chris Barber did the elegant sound design and sound effects and Brian Kinkley did the gorgeous compositing. Big thanks to the Playa Foundation, Ford Family Foundation and Clatter and Din sound studio in Seattle for their support. Click for Jung & Restless website.
“Jung & Restless is beautiful and spectacular. The synchrony between the animation and the music and soundtrack is fabulous.” -Marcel Jean, Artistic Director, Annecy International Animation Festival
Click below to see a clip from Jung & Restless. Click "English Clash" on the right if you fancy a laugh.
Jung & Restless Synopsis: Jung & Restless explores the mythopoeic realm with lush mandalas and dream images that that imply covert events and buried trauma. “Life is a short pause between two mysteries.” -C.G. Jung
Credits: Directed, produced and animated by Joanna Priestley. Music composed and produced by Seth Norman. Sound design and sound effects by Chris Barber. Compositing and effects by Brian Kinkley. Thanks: Martha Blake, Paul Harrod and Clatter and Din. Supported by the Playa Foundation, Ford Family Foundation and Clatter and Din.
North of Blue - Abstract Feature by Joanna Priestley
“North of Blue is a stunning symphony which speaks to the explorer in us all.”
-Chris Robinson, Artistic Director, Ottawa International Animation Festival, Canada
"North of Blue is pure creativity. It shows that the
ingenuity of the imagination has no limits.”
-Rodolfo Montserrat, Xcèntric Barcelona, Spain
“North of Blue is beautiful work and a delicate and sophisticated experience.”
-Marcel Jean, Artistic Director, Annecy International Animation Festival, France
"Showcasing what animation can really do when it’s
cut loose in the longer form. Bloody great cinema!”
-Malcolm Turner, Director, Melbourne International Animation Festival, Australia