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Light in Motion Awards – Animation Programme Two

Saturday 25 Nov 2017 - 2:15pm to 4:00pm
Admission: 
£3 + 50p booking fee

The second programme for the Light in Motion Animated Short Film awards

Late Season

An elderly couple seem to have lost their affections for one another. One day at the beach, something incredible happens – something that re–kindles their long lost romantic feelings.

Austria/France/Portugal. 2017. Director: Daniela Leitner. Duration: 7mins

 

Tete a Tete

One family’s search for connection in a digital world.

UK. 2017. Director: Natasha Tonkin. Duration: 8mins

 

The House of Colours

A young girl wishes to live inside her favourite television show, but the wondrous trees of La Plata, a mysterious house, and her loving Mother’s secret, cause her to change her mind.

Argentina. 2017. Director: Nicolas Villarreal. Duration: 9mins

 

Corky

A corkscrew battles a giant glass bottle to uncork seven magical lightning bugs corked inside.

USA. 2017. Director: Ty Primosch. Duration: 6mins

 

Have Heart

A looping GIF has an existential crisis.

UK. 2017. Director: Will Anderson. Duration: 12mins

 

Homegrown

A film about parenthood and an overbearing sense of love and protection.

UK. 2017. Director: Quentin Haberham. Duration: 9mins

 

First Bloom

He is a servant in the royal palace. She is the emperor’s daughter. Growing up together, they become friends and soul mates. Naturally their budding feelings for each other are forbidden in this feudalistic kingdom.

China/USA.2017. Director: Tingting Liu. Duration: 5mins

 

Bartleby

An unassuming Wall Street lawyer finds herself beset by a new employee, Bartleby, who refuses to work – in an ongoing act of passive refusal, he simply ‘prefers not to.’ A quiet, dogged battle of wills ensues in this stop–motion reimagining of a Melville classic.

USA.2016.  Director: Laura Naylor & Kristen Kee. Duration: 11mins

 

The Full Story

Toby is selling his childhood home. Walking through empty rooms, he is assailed by memories of happiness unraveling, break–down, and the helplessness and rage of being a child. Why do close ties break and loved ones leave?

UK.2017. Director: Daisy Jacobs. Duration: 8mins

 

Afterwork

The cartoons entertain us, they make us laugh even though we have had a bad day at work and they are our best friends when we feel alone. But, do we know what they do when the screen goes off?

Ecuador/Spain/Peru. 2017. Director: Luis Uson. Duration: 6mins

 

Dam! The Story of Kit the Beaver

Kit, the eager beaver, embarks on an odyssey through four seasons in a Canadian forest where she learns about compassion, failure, survival and community.

Cananda. 2017. Director: Kjell Boersma. Duration: 13mins

 

Notification

All films in the competition have yet to receive certification. Some films contain strong language and themes that may be upsetting to people of a sensitive nature. May not be suitable for audiences under 18 years of age, parental discretion is advised.

Duration: 
1hr 34mins
Admission
£3 + 50p booking fee