We’ve teamed up with The Proud Archivist (an amazing all-in-one gallery, bar, restaurant, cafe and events space) to present a celebratory feast of more than two hours worth of the best of LIAF 2013 in two separate programmes: Best of the Festival – British, and Best of the Festival – International. This is the first programme and a chance to see what British animators are doing and how they’re doing it. Tickets are £7 and one ticket gets you into both programmes!
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In the Air is Christopher Gray (Felix Massie, 2013)
Winner of Best British Film at LIAF 2013
Anatole’s Island (Amer Nazhri & Chris Shepherd, 2013)
Anatole, a little marmot, lives on a magic Island. When he runs into St Ignatius, the monk, Anatole finds the poor man terribly upset about his lost snake. So Anatole sets off to try and find him, bumping into many eccentric inhabitants along the way.
Lay Bare (Paul Bush, 2012)
‘It is only shallow people who do not judge by appearance,’ wrote Oscar Wilde. Over 500 people of different ages and nationalities modelled for this sample book of the human body. The result is erotic, funny, beautiful and vulnerable.
Imperial Provisor Frombald (Elizabeth Hobbs, 2013)
The true story of Imperial Provisor Frombald, an administration official from Belgrade, who unwittingly became the author of the first documented testimony of the exhumation of suspected vampire, Peter Plogojowitz in 1725.
Montenegro (Luiz Stockler, 2013)
The Dewberry Empire (Christian Schlaeffer, 2013)
Don’t Fear Death (Louis Hudson, 2013)
On Loop (Christine Hooper, 2013)
The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat (Ross Hogg, 2013)
Moon River (Sue Magoo, 2012)
Hum (Emily Howells & Anne Wilkins, 2012)
It’s another endless, sleepless night. Bedtime rhythms and routines mark the hundreds of hours that drift past in a twilight haze. You’re caught in a monotonous cycle, until suddenly something heavy and strange approaches. It weighs you down. You need to find a way out.
The Shirley Temple (Daniela Shearer, 2013)
The boundaries between childhood and adulthood become blurry for a kid at his mother’s cocktail party. Characters, symbols and abstractions interchange to examine the relationships between children and adults, escapism and sexuality.