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tim Grabham

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Biography

Tim Grabham is a film-maker, animator and visual artist who established the independent studio
‘cinema iloobia’ in 2003. He also works under the pseudonym 'iloobia'.

After 23 years of making short films he has recently released his feature film directorial debut KanZeOn,
part documentary, part sensory exploration of sound in Japan, co-directed with Neil Cantwell.

He has also worked commercially over the last 7 years for clients including MTV, Channel 4, Film 4, E4,
Adidas, Red Bull, Laurence King, Nintendo, and Nike as well as editing a number of feature
length documentaries and directing music videos.

He was lead animator on multi award winning short doc '1000 voices' and editor on multi award winning
feature 'Soka Afrika'.

Ambitions

To stay independent and keep making films.

Project Development

feature film about cryogenics pencilled in for 2012, exhibition of short films titles Rituals and Reactions, documentary about slime moulds also pencilled for 2012

Influences

Ken Russell, Jan Švankmajer , Quay Brothers, Maya Daren, David Lynch, Hiroshi Teshigahara

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Films (1)

Films that I've worked on

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