Creative Process: Norman McLaren Trailer

Creative Process: Norman McLaren Trailer (1990)

01 January 1990 Factual 117 mins

Norman McLaren was a cinematic genius who made films without cameras, and music without instruments. He produced sixty films in a stunning range of styles and techniques, collecting over 200 international awards, and world recognition. In Creative Process, director Donald McWilliams demystifies the process of artistic creation. Drawing on McLaren's private film vaults, a gold mine of experimental footage and uncompleted films, McWilliams explores McLaren's methods, including his celebrated "pixillation" technique, and his daring forays into animated surrealism.

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Cast

Norman McLaren

as Himself (archive footage)

Crew

International Releases Dates

Canada 01 January 1990

United States 01 January 1993

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