"Watching the rise of Donald Trump from loudmouthed celebrity to serious US presidential candidate spurred illustrator and filmmaker Guy Larsen to produce a satirical children’s book in which Trump is controlled by a malevolent hair piece..."
"In a children’s book (that’s not actually intended for kids) titled “Donald Trump and the Wig of Evil” from filmmaker and artist Guy Larsen, the spotlight is put on — you guessed it — Trump and his hair..."
'“Trump is a golden, racist egg for anybody who wants to produce political satire,” said Guy Larsen, who originally filmed himself reading his picture book Donald Trump and the Wig of Evil before landing a publishing deal...'
"A little over a year ago, Guy Larsen was on the dole. Today he’s sitting in Google’s swanky London offices – his new workplace..."
"Filmed over a weekend with a £400 budget and a lot of favours, Girls Who Read has amassed over 3 million views on YouTube. Commissioned by the Roundhouse Online Film Fund, a bursary scheme for emerging filmmakers, the heart-warming Girls Who Read was honoured at the Webby Awards and recently awarded with two Lovie Awards. Due to the phenomenal response online, filmmaker Guy Larsen and spoken word artist Mark Grist have just completed a successful Kickstarter campaign to produce yet more spoken word films..."
'Girls Who Read' is honoured in two categories at the 2014 Webby Awards for 'Best Viral Video' and 'Best Individual Performance'
Girls Who Read, a short film funded by our very own Online Film Fund has won in two categories in this year’s Lovie Awards.
"Girls Who Read, a short film supported by our Online Film Fund has been made an Official Honouree in two categories in this year’s Webby Awards..."