The McLaren Award: New British Animation 2
Our second programme in the company of the UK’s finest short animated films feels very rooted in communities, from a flat share in Birmingham, where disillusioned body parts realise they are better together, to the sounds of Yorkshire and a road trip to Marfa. The filmmakers are keen for your appraisal of their work, as all these shorts are in competition for our prestigious McLaren Award, which is determined by you, the audience.
Roughhouse by Jonathan Hodgson/UK, France/2018/16 mins
Severn Drive by Tom Mathieson/UK/2017/2 mins
Snow White Cologne by Amanda Eliasson/UK/2017/6 mins
Red dress. No straps by Maryam Mohajer/UK/2018/8 mins
Togetherness by Kim Noce, Shaun Clark/UK/2018/5 mins
Edith Piaf (Said It Better Than Me) - Sparks by Joseph Wallace/UK/2017/4 mins
That Yorkshire Sound by Marcus Armitage/UK/2017/3 mins
Marfa by Greg McLeod, Myles McLeod/UK/2018/8 mins
The Brave Heart or (The Day we Enabled the Sleepwalking Protocol) by Sinem Vardarli, Luca Schenato/UK/2018/10 mins
Mamoon by Ben Steer/UK/2017/6 mins
Inanimate by Lucia Bulgheroni/UK/2018/9 mins
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Part of 'Anim18: A Celebration of British Animation'. For activities and events across the UK in 2018 visit www. anim18.co.uk.
Led by Film Hub Wales and Chapter (Cardiff) working with the BFI Film Audience Network and project partners, with the support of the BFI, awarding funds from The National Lottery.
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