John WHITNEY

(1917-1995)
Nationality: American

Born in 1917 in California (USA), died in 1995. He is considered as one of the fathers of computer animation. His works includes the opening sequence from Alfred Hitchcock's film Vertigo (1958), which is a collaboration work with Saul Bass; Catalogue (1961), assembled record of visual effects using mechanical analog computer of his own invention; Arabesque (1975), a pinnacle of his digital films.

8 MOVIES IN DISTRIBUTION

OSAKA 1.2.3
1970 / b&w / sound / single screen / 3' 00 / 24 €
distribution: 16mm
EXPERIMENTS IN MOTION GRAPHICS
1967 / color / sound / single screen / 13' 00 / 48 €
distribution: 16mm
CATALOG
1961 / color / sound / single screen / 7' 00 / 30 €
distribution: 16mm
CELERY STALKS AT MIDNIGHT
1952 / color / sound / single screen / 3' 00 / 24 €
distribution: 16mm
FILM EXERCISE N°5
1945 / color / sound / single screen / 4' 00 / 30 €
distribution: 16mm
FILM EXERCISE N°2-3
1944 / color / sound / single screen / 4' 00 / 30 €
distribution: 16mm
FILM EXERCISE N°4
1944 / color / sound / 6' 40 / 40 €
distribution: 16mm
FILM EXERCISE N°1
1943 / color / sound / single screen / 5' 00 / 36 €
distribution: 16mm