The city’s great unwashed transformed into a dynamic visual treat.
Cute animation, not based on actual events.
Few words but much visual wizardry
Celebrating 15 years championing digital culture and innovation in motion.
Aims to ‘dispel the popular misconception that animation is just cartoons for kids’.
Jarvis Cocker narrates Sergei Prokofiev’s kiddy-friendly classic in his own particular style in a show which also incorporates the Oscar-winning animated version of the story.
Featuring Jarvis Cocker, children’s classic Peter and The Wolf is returning later this month to the Southbank Centre as part of its Christmas season.
In our experience of the many Edinburgh Festival previews that overwhelm any venue going across London in the spring, we’ve learnt that coming up with a title is as important as writing the thing itself. For this reason we’re already smitten with Ross Sutherland’s Three …
Grown-ups have known for years, since parents found themselves begging their kids to take them to see Toy Story again, that animation is not just for drooling infants who don’t know how to read or pronounce Jan Svankmeyer correctly. Claymation, anime, CGI, stop-motion, traditional pen, …
The Portobello Film Festival started in 1996 and it has grown and expanded to become the UK’s biggest independent film festival, going from 1,000 visitors back then to over 15,000 last year. Every film submitted is screened, entry is free to all events and there …