Mother of Many Up For BAFTA Short Animation Award

By way of ArthurCox, award-winning directors Felix Massie and Mark Simon Hewis both collaborated on a Flash-animated film that’s been nominated for a BAFTA. Along with The Gruffalo and The Happy Duckling, Emma Lazenby’s Mother of Many is up for the Short Animation award at the 2010 British British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards. Like Sally Arthur, the film’s producer, my wife and I are expecting a child soon, so I found myself watching perhaps a little closer than normal. Here’s a clip:


  1. Congratulations

  2. Adam Scapitta January 26, 2010

    Hey congratulation’s to you and your wife! =D

    Im think if it’s a boy….ADAM!

    If it’s a girl…ADAMEENA! ;)

  3. Author

    i think we’ve got our name(s)! thanks, adam. and in exchange, we’ll let you pay for college :0

  4. Adam Scapitta January 29, 2010

    DEAL! (but only if i see straight A’s all the way through high school ;)

  5. wow! that’s an unusual topic for a cartoon

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