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Circle Circus

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Dragon Fold

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Possibly so, Pythagoras

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Journey to the Center of a Triangle

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Similar Triangles

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Congruent Triangles

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Trio for Three Angles

Trio for Three Angles (1968)

A short animated film exploring through purely visual means the defining characteristics of the three basic types of triangles. There is no narration; only geometry, movement, and music. “Trio” received much acclaim, and was awarded a gold medal at the 6th International Scientific Film Festival in Buenos Aires in 1969.

This was the last purely hand-animated film that Bruce and Katharine produced. The age of computer graphics was dawning, and the simple line-drawing images that the earliest systems could produce fit perfectly into the Cornwells’ visual vocabulary. They later produced three more triangle films, “Congruent Triangles,” “Similar Triangles” and “Journey to the Center of a Triangle,” carrying “Trio’s” style into a completely computer-generated world.

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