Animation is certainly diverse.
Renowned for being able to tell a good yarn, it is also capable of bringing to the screen a visual smorgasbord, creating rhythm and engaging the audience through experimentation with materials, objects and time. This presentation of short films from around the globe explores some of those less well traversed extremes, with some inspiring animation techniques therein. Mingling amongst this variety of narratives, with a rich tapestry of ideas, are some purely visual spectacles.
Screening in this programme:
Pigeon’s Milk/Miloš Tomic/Czech Republic/2011/4 min
Grub/Annalise Wimmer/UK/2010/7 min
Choke/Michelle Latimer/Canada/2010/5 min
Let Me Come In/Paul Rice/UK/2011/7 min
Mushroom Thief/Joan Ashworth/UK/2010/7 min
Stuck in a Groove/Clemens Kogler/Austria/2010/4 min
My Fear/Murilo Hauser/Brazil/2010/11 min
The Eagleman Stag/Mike Please/UK/2010/9 min
Lipsett Diaries/Theodore Ushev/Canada/2010/14 min
23 June, 20:20 at George Square Theatre
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