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|Earth In Fifteen Minutes (2004)|
Uli Meyer Studios, UK
[Note: A proposed Saudi Arabian theme park commissioned a number of production companies around the
world to come up with different concepts for a short film that would tell the entire history of the planet
in just fifteen minutes. Our attempt involved an animated character called "Albert Atom". We didn't
get the project, although we were paid handsomely for our work.
Atoms are eternal. Whether created in the explosive question mark of the Big Bang or forged in the far reaches of
limitless space, these tiny building blocks of matter exist forever. All creation consists of these minute
particles, that pass from substance to substance—from earth to air, fire to water, animal to mineral—as
the endless millennia pass by. Every millisecond of the Earth's history—past, present and future—contains
billions of these atomic particles. This just happens to be the story of one of them.
—Writer/Producer [with Michael Marshall Smith].
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