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A short film about a man who finds the world difficult to deal with. Funded by IdeasTap.

Director - Daisy Gould
Assistant Director - Helen Dallat


Malojian - The Old Timer (Official Music Video)

Music video made for Northern Irish musician Stevie Scullion.

Director - Helen Dallat
Additional Animation - Daisy Gould



Bare is my 2011 graduation film from University of Wales, Newport. It tells the story of a bear who moves to the woods, but soon finds out that he doesn't like the mess.

Director - Helen Dallat
Story - Daisy Gould
Sound - Joseph Gidley
Additional Animation - Jessica Leslau
Producer - University of Wales, Newport
Running Time - 3:12 mins


  • BBC Big Screens
  • Lancaster Children's Animation Festival 2012
  • BAA 2012
  • Animated Exeter 2012
  • Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film 2012
  • Edinburgh International Film Festival 2012
  • Awards

  • Best Story - Newport Animation 2011
  • Runner Up Best Animation - Royal Television Society, Wales 2012

  • Included on the 'Best of the BAA's' 2012 DVD.

    Production Blog


    We Weren't The First Ones Here

    "A story of a house, the generations of people who moved through it and the effects of its occupants."

    Short film told using a combination of 2D and stop-motion animation, made at University of Wales, Newport in 2010.

    Kate Broadhurst
    Emma Dade
    Helen Dallat
    Daisy Gould
    Joseph Wallace


  • NW Animation Festival, Portland, USA
  • Not Part Of Festival, Manchester, UK
  • Festival International Du Film Merveilleux, Paris, France
  • Hyart Film Festival, Wyoming, USA
  • Awards

  • Best Animation - Ffresh Student Moving Image Festival 2010
  • Film

    BBC 'The Children Who Built Victorian Britain'

    Segment that I directed and animated for the BBC documentary, 'The Children Who Built Victorian Britain'. It tells the story of Sarah Carpenter and her experience in a workhouse. Animated in pen and ink and composited in After Effects.

    [watch on BBC website]

    © 2018 Helen Dallat