Bob Stenhouse, the first Kiwi animator to be nominated for an Academy Award, spent 12 years working for state television. After joining the Government’s National Film Unit in 1980, he made Oscar-nominated short The Frog, The Dog and the Devil. Stenhouse’s later films have included several Joy Cowley short stories, plus award-winning short The Orchard, a Japanese fable adapted to a New Zealand setting.
The main kick is seeing the artwork move and the effects that can be achieved, and seeing the reaction of other viewers. Bob Stenhouse
1995, Writer, Director, Camera, Animator - Short Film
1989, Animator, Director, Editor - Short Film
1986, Director, Animator, Camera - Short Film
1981, Director, Animator - Short Film
1974, Animator - Television