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Erin Rose Wilson

Animation, BA (Hons)

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About me

Hi! I’m Erin, and I’m an animator who studied at UCLan! I use they/them pronouns and I specialise in character animation 😀

I have been commissioned by UCLan and a mental health charity, received an internship with Kilogramme Studio, and was nominated for an award at the Degree Show 2022.

My final film is called Cerberus, and follows the story of a man named Ollie who accidentally adopts the next Cerberus. Everything is fine until the dog grows a second and third head, and the two must navigate through these changes.

Cerberus is a story about a man named Ollie, who decided to adopt a new best friend. He found a little black dog and the two quickly became inseparable. Ollie soon realised that Charcoal was no ordinary dog, after they gained a second and third head. He knew he had to protect his companion. After owning Charcoal for a year, the prince of Hell, Lucifer, turned up at Ollie’s door to fix the mix-up and bring the new Cerberus to where they belonged. It was a bittersweet separation, but Ollie received visiting rights and the two remain best friends.

Winner

  • Craft Award

Commendations

  • Enterprise Award

A shot from Cerberus, showing Ollie and Charcoal at the park.

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A shot from Cerberus, of Charcoal with blood on their faces after protecting Ollie.

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A shot from Cerberus, showing Ollie and Charcoal looking towards the door.

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A shot from Cerberus, showing Ollie and Charcoal leaving on their first walk.

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A shot from Cerberus, showing Ollie petting Charcoal.

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A shot from Cerberus, of Ollie protecting Charcoal.

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A shot from Cerberus, of Ollie walking into the dog shelter to adopt Charcoal.

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A shot from Cerberus, of Ollie and Charcoal sleeping on Char's first night home.

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A landscape city shot from Cerberus.

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A shot from the end of Cerberus, showing Ollie and Charcoal saying goodbye.

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Keywords: uclan, dog, lgbt, diverse, cute, funny, comedy, horror, fantasy, slice of life, cerberus, mythology


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