This article is about the short film. For the franchise see Creature Comforts.
|Season Lip Sync, Episode 1|
|Air date||July 15th 1989|
Creature Comforts is a 1989 short created by Aardman Animations. It is the first film in the Lip Sync series. The short film focuses on various animals in a zoo being interviewed about their living conditions, who complain about the cold weather, poor quality and the lack of space and freedom. These include a depressed gorilla, a Brazilian puma, a young hippopotamus and a family of polar bears.
Creature Comforts won an Academy Award in 1990 for best animated short film, and spawned a series of TV commercials called "Heat Electric". A TV series was later made.
Credits[edit | edit source]
- Model & Sets by Michael Wright, Greg Boulton, John Parsons and Cliff Thorne.
- Animal Sculptures by Debbie Smith.
- Photography by David Sproxton, David Alex Rideett and Fred Reed.
- Interviewer: Julie Sedgewick.
- Edited by William Ennals.
- Dubbing Mixer: Aard Wirtz.
- Assistant Producer: Alan Gardener.
- Produced by Sara Mullock.
- Director & Animator: Nick Park.
- An Aardman Animations Limited Production for Channel 4.
- © Channel 4 1989.