While the main focus of our collective energies is on the day-to-day production of psychology and sociology films for the A-level / High School market across the globe, we like, from time-to-time, to have a little play around with different ideas and formats – one of which was the “Just-A-Minute”
Crime films that you can find on my YouTube Channel, along with a whole lot more free films and trailers.
Trailers mostly, if I’m being honest.
But also free films:
These, as you probably won’t be too surprised to learn, aimed to provide a quick, if understandably basic, overview of these four ideas in-or-around 60 seconds. I then got to thinking about how these films might look animated. As you do.
Anyway, one injudicious application of an animation filter later, I came-up with cartoonised versions of the Strain and Interactionism films and exhausted from my labours (or I just forgot about them. One of the two) I neglected to cartoonise the others.
Until now – or at least when you can now marvel (pun sort-of intended) at Marxism and Crime: The Animated Version.
Realism, as is so often the case where I’m concerned, will have to wait.