|Title||DVD, 4: Demo reel; 3 film shorts made by Puppet Heap, based at 720 Monroe St., Hoboken. 2006-2011.|
|Collection||Hoboken Commerce Collection|
|Credit||Gift of Puppet Heap.|
|Scope & Content||
Digital video disks, 4: Puppet Heap, LLC. Company based at 720 Monroe Street, Hoboken. Demo reel and 3 short films.
Firm established in 1992 by Paul Andrejco. Creators and fabricators of puppets; production in all aspects of short films using puppets.
The contents of these disks are copyright Puppet Heap: THEY MAY NOT BE DUPLICATED OR DISTRIBUTED IN ANY MANNER. Selected video captures in this record are for reference and documentation.
The studio does contract puppet work for outside firms, but a significant part of their work is the design and building of their own line of puppets. They have made several short films in their studio with all production done entirely in Hoboken except for music recording and editing.
disk 1: Puppet Heap Demo Reel; no date, circa 2010; printed sleeve; running time 1:15
disk 2: I Knew an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly; Puppet Heap Moving Picture Co. copyright 2011; printed sleeve; running time: 14:30
disk 3: Omar's Mother; Puppet Heap Film Shorts, Hoboken, copyright 2006 (in film credits), 2007 (disk titling); running time 9:30
disk 4: Ye Ballade of Ivan Petrofsky Skevar; Puppet Heap Film Shorts, Hoboken, copyright 2007; running time 8:12
Film 2 has some major credits at the front and full credits at the end. Films 3 and 4 have credits at the end. Paul Andrejco is the director of each (and in some cases, other roles.) Video captures include credits.
|Year Range from||2006|
|Year Range to||2011|
720 Monroe St.
Monroe Center for the Arts
|Caption||disk 1: Puppet Heap Demo Reel; printed sleeve|