Barry Doupé (b. 1982 Victoria, BC) is a Vancouver based artist primarily working with computer animation. He graduated from the Emily Carr University in 2004 with a Bachelor of Media Arts majoring in animation. His films use imagery and language derived from the subconscious; developed through writing exercises and automatic drawing. He often creates settings within which a characters' self-expression or action is challenged and thwarted, resulting in comic, violent and poetic spectacles. His films have been screened throughout Canada and Internationally including the Ann Arbor Film Festival, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Anthology Film Archives, Lyon Contemporary Art Museum, Pleasure Dome, MOCCA, Whitechapel Gallery, and the Tate Modern.
2014, 22:45 minutes, colour, English
2012, 11:50 minutes, colour
2012, 119:00 minutes, colour, Japanese with English Subtitles
2012, 34:15 minutes, colour, English
2008, 92:00 minutes, colour, German with English Subtitles
2006, 29:00 minutes, colour, English
2005, 24:30 minutes, colour, English
2004, 15:43 minutes, colour, English
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by . Possible Worlds, 2007. Nowich: Aurora, 2007.