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 Dylan Thomas brought to life

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Date posted: 23/05/2005

No cimematic footage of the Swansea poet is believed to have survived, making art student Bernard Mitchell's short film the only moving pictures.

Scans were made at Morriston Hospital of Thomas' death mask, which formed the basis of a 3D map of his face.

A five-minute film showing the virtual Thomas reading "Do not go gentle into that good night" will form the finale of a one-man play at the Edinburgh Festival.

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