Quack Quack The great duck Chase through time

This work is an attempt to show the connection between the destruction we reap on the planet and the environment. The music the blue Danube represents the river the Bringer of life, The yellow umbrella represents the sun the Giver of life. The bridge: of Time. the gunfire and explosions represent the destruction we reap on nature and this planet The duck: -life and nature, Nature progressing through time. the question is will this journey continue to include us ?

  • john alcock
  • john alcock
  • jason alcock
  • john alcock
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  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Short
  • Runtime:
    2 minutes 34 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    July 20, 2016
  • Production Budget:
    60 AUD
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    digital 35mm
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Director Biography - john alcock

I came into the world in the small wheat-growing town of Walpeup in the Mallee, Victoria. Which are the little desert and the sunset country both known for their wildflowers Where I grow up with a deep bond with the Australian bush, through my father's love of the same. I grow to have a strong connection with the biorhythms of nature. My father had a great a love of photography which I learn from him, learning at an early age to record events, places and objects by photographs. Later as I was able to pay for my own cameras I discovered S l R's and it enabled me to enter a whole new world of creative photography to tell the stories.

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Director Statement

I have always been interested creativity as long as I can remember. Self-expression as a mean to help other and therefore my self-has always had great meaning for me. I almost always like to think creatively outside the box

We look beyond the humour to the meaning and ideas expressed through the humour. Some of these stories are based on fact from things that happen to and around me.

They all have elements of my philosophical principles written into them and hopefully, they will remind me of my obligations to all living things on this planet in space that we call earth.

Much of our suffering is caused by our indifference to other and, therefore, ourselves. our suffering can be relieved by acceptance of ourselves as we are. Then we can accept other live creature as they are and relieve their suffering.