From bank robbers to cops to victims to observers, Crime: The Animated Series, explores how crime affects us all. Created by Alix Lambert and Sam Chou, CRIME: The Animated Serie is dark, compelling, heartbreaking, always intimate, and yes -- sometimes even funny.
BET journalist, Samson Styles, talks about being a stick-up kid and what happened to him one Fourth of July. The animation medium was a combination of hand-drawn, pencil on paper, paint and digital paint and composite.
Joe Loya, former bank robber and author of The Man Who Outgrew His Prison Cell, talks about his early bank robbing days.
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Writer and culture critic, Nelson George, talks about his childhood, the nature of crime, and the state of Hip Hop in the year 2008.
Owner and operator of Pelican Tattoo in Hartford, Connecticut, Joe Bascetta has spent many years observing the various crimes around him from his Park Street address.
The speaker prefers that her name be with held. A forensic artist in Tennessee.
Marcus McGhee, a school teacher in Hartford Connecticut, tells the story of when his car was stolen and the police did not help him. Sundance Official Selection
Filmmaker Magazine: One of these animated tales, CRIME: Joe Loya — The Beirut Bandit, is playing the Toronto International Film Festival this week...
IndieWire: The show is an exploration of crime and criminal behavior using real interviews and real stories from the actual people. It features a bank robbers, cops, gangsters, and victims of crime but ultimately ...
Cartoon North: The Ottawa International Animation Festival (OIAF) competition component has come to an end with the highly anticipated award ceremonies, which were held this evening at St. Brigid’s Centre for the Arts.
Cartoon Brew: The Sundance Film Festival has announced the film selections for their upcoming edition, which will take place in Park City, Utah between January 16-26.
Animation Magazine: The Sundance Film Festival has released its list of new animated shorts that will screen at the event in Park City, Utah. This year’s Short Film program, which features 13 animated titles, is presented by YouTube.
All About Indie Filmmaking: Tell us about your film (include title of film and category your film will play in Sundance). What inspired you to make it? Alix: I published a book titled CRIME. The book is a collection of interviews...
CRIME: THE ANIMATED SERIES
Cartoon North: It’s great to see so much Canadian animation on this year’s TIFF lineup...
Go Film Magazine: Joe Loya, former bank robber and author of The Man Who Outgrew His Prison Cell, recalls the first time he robbed a bank, in this noirish animated short from acclaimed directors Sam Chou and Alix Lambert.