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Animation, Events & Screenings

Show Me The Animation (Bristol) @ShowMeTheAni

Show Me The Animation is a community created by animators, for animators. Providing you with the latest animation news and up-to-date listings of upcoming animation festivals and events. They also offer a showcase of the latest animation talent from around the globe, competitions and other regular features.

This month we’ve teamed up with Wonky Films and Show Me The Animation to provide a selection of work from RSSF 2011.

Films screening on Tuesday 10th January are:

                                   Dir. Margherita Permuroso & Luca De Rios
La Messicole                   Dir. Hannes Stummvoll
The Eagleman Stag          Dir. Mikey Please
Spin Spun Span             Dir. Emily Howells & Anne Wilkins
Marvin                                Dir. Mark Nute
Fixing Luka                     Dir. Jessica Ashman
A Morning Stroll          Dir. Grant Orchard
I Fall Down                       Dir. Jesse Collett
Playing Ghost                 Dir. Bianca Ansems
Oil Story                             Dir. Pete Bishop
Manhattan 4.33pm       Dir. Lizzie Oxby
Isaac and Quincy – The TV Show    Dir. Tea & Cheese
Hell, Heaven and the Other Body Parts    Dir. Rodrigo John
All Consuming Love (Man In A Cat)    Dir. Louis Hudson
Occupation: Movements II & III    Dir. Eric Schockmel

Want them to show you the animation? Pop along to the bi-monthly animation night upstairs in the Hen & Chicken in Bristol. Doors open from 7pm.

Hen & Chicken
210 North Street, Bristol, Avon BS3 1JF

 They like to attract as many animation folk as possible, ranging from BAFTA-winning Directors and Animation companies to students and especially freelancers who may otherwise “feel out of the loop” when not working for a studio or not able to attend festivals. The evenings are fun and informal, and are primarily about watching films in a lively and conversational atmosphere. Screenings usually run from 7.30 – 8.45pm, leaving plenty of time to catch up over a few drinks afterwards.


About Soho Shorts

We celebrate the wealth of talent working across all genres of short format productions. For us that means anything under 45minutes including fiction, factual, animation, music video, and digital content in every degree. Year round Soho Shorts helps curate programme across the UK and internationally. Contact us if you want to team up.


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