PRESS

‘Incredible’
Billboard.com on Edith Piaf (Said It Better Than Me)

‘Sublime’
Allocine.fr on Edith Piaf (Said It Better Than Me)

‘Beautiful’
Animation World Network on Edith Piaf (Said It Better Than Me)

‘Aesthetically punchy, character-driven stop-mo’
Animation Magazine on Edith Piaf (Said It Better Than Me)

‘An absolute masterpiece’
AEG Presents on Edith Piaf (Said It Better Than Me)

‘Utterly charming’
Promonews.tv on Edith Piaf (Said It Better Than Me)

‘Reminiscent of The Nightmare Before Christmas’
Radar Mag on Edith Piaf (Said It Better Than Me)

'Joseph Wallace is an artist with multiple skills'
esma-artistiques.com

'A highly topical, finely tuned, subtle examination of politics, power, evil and morality'.
Lofotpost, Norway on Outpost

'Deliciously brilliant'
Chris Shepherd, Writer and Director on Joe and Péter’s Film and Music Show

'Something worthy of falling in love with'
Dragonframe Blog on The Man Who Was Afraid of Falling

'A moving stop-motion animated short film by Joseph Wallace that reminds us to face our fears and not let them stop us from living.'
The Awesomer on The Man Who Was Afraid of Falling

'His films portray, in a beautiful fashion, characteristics present in human nature, fear and curiosity. Coming from a very personal imaginarium, Joseph Wallace, shows us that he is not afraid of exploring diferent techniques, styles or materials and, I’m pretty sure it’s safe to say, we are all very curious to know what will come out of his mind in future projects.'
Stop Motion Portugal Blog

'The 90-minute production showed ambition, imagination and invention'
Bristol Post on The Life After

'Sublime and gorgeous and touching'
Chris Pirie, Artistic Director of Green Ginger on The Man Who Was Afraid of Falling

'A beautiful and sincerely moving piece of animation'
Animade on The Man Who Was Afraid of Falling

'Sophisticated imagery and music'
Royal Television Society Wales Centre on The Man Who Was Afraid of Falling

'Fantastically funny, heart-warming and engrossing. A massive success.'
Inter:Mission Bristol on Closer Each Day

'Wonderfully sensitive'
Marc Parrett, Artistic Director of Fly in a Pie on The Man Who Was Afraid of Falling

'Beautifully animated and highly entertaining.'
Richard Haynes, Animator at Aardman Animations on The Man Who Was Afraid of Falling

'A charming narrative, a charming protagonist, and charming craftsmanship, makers of Wallace and Gromit watch out! There’s a new kid in town.'
Fussed Magazine on Curiouser and Curiouser