Bill Plympton

Bill Plympton is considered the King of Indie Animation and is the first person to hand draw an entire animated feature film. He was Oscar nominated for his animated shorts Your Face (1987) and Guard Dog (2005); another short film, Push Comes to Shove (1991), won the prestigious Palme d’Or at Cannes. Since 1991 he’s made 10 feature films, seven of them – The Tune, Mondo Plympton, I Married A Strange Person, Mutant Aliens, Hair High, Idiots and Angels and Cheatin’ – animated features.

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Talks

Bill Plympton Talks with Lloyd Kaufman for The Talkhouse Film Podcast

By Bill Plympton | July 28, 2016

Bill Plympton Talks with Lloyd Kaufman for The Talkhouse Film Podcast

The two friends and founding fathers of the New York independent film scene sit down for a chat at Samsung 837 in New York City.

Lloyd Kaufman and Bill Plympton Are Recording a Live Talkhouse Podcast in New York

July 1, 2016

Lloyd Kaufman and Bill Plympton Are Recording a Live Talkhouse Podcast in New York

Join us at Samsung 837 in New York City on July 7 for a conversation between two legendary filmmakers.

Bill Plympton (Cheatin’) Talks Dave Boyle’s Man from Reno

By Bill Plympton | March 26, 2015

Bill Plympton (Cheatin’) Talks Dave Boyle’s Man from Reno

The legendary animator (and sometime live-action director) becomes enmeshed in this serpentine thriller that's US-based but foreign in its mentality.