Don’t miss your chance to vote for winners in the British Animation Awards 2018! There are three specially selected programmes which contain a mix of animated shorts, music videos and commercials including several international festival award winners. After each programme, cast your vote to help select this year’s winners!
Programme 1 line-up:
Limoeiro/Lemon Tree | Joana Silva | Royal College of Art | 04:40
How to make a person out of a box, four walls and half a lemon.
Epic Fail | Greg Barth | Blink Ink | 05:30
Greg Barth puts World Peace to the public vote in a satirical look at how we perceive truth, information and politics, seen through the dual lenses of our real and virtual identities.
Maybe It’s Me | Dimitris Simou | Independent | 06:00
An animator tries to recreate his childhood memories.
Inner House | Yuriko Ogawa | Royal College of Art | 06:40
A girl lives in a house in which the family members live isolated in separated spaces. She tries to find pleasure in life despite her parents’ neglect. Then makes a decision…
A Love Story | Anushka Naanayakkara | National Film & Television School | 10:00
Set in a universe entirely made of wool. It’s love at first sight for our two beings…but will their relationship survive the onslaught of depression that takes over their lives?
Yours Faithfully, Edna Welthorpe (Mrs) | Chris Shepherd | Polkadot | 05:15
A tribute to playwright Joe Orton, who used to write letters of complaint as ‘Edna Welthorpe’ to wind up vicars, various companies, and even ridicule his own plays.
Matchstick Zombies | Jake Blakestone | UCLAN | 03:00
Matchstick man Sparky struggles through a city wreathed in flames, avoiding zombies as he goes.
The Grey Hound | Josh Saunders | Royal College of Art | 04:50
A woman struggles with her grey hound. Her partner struggles to understand.
Tete a Tete | Natasha Tonkin | National Film & Television School | 08:00
A young woman visits her family. Over the weekend tensions fray, whilst technology provides an easy respite. As her gaze shifts from the screen, she discovers a deeper kind a connection.
3 Cane Whale: Eggardon Hill | Mark Taylor, Duncan Fraser & Paul Hill | A Productions for Idyllic Records
An abstract visual interpretation of the track by UK folk artists, celebrating the beauty and mystery of the iron age hill fort in Dorset across the seasons.
Sparks: Edith Piaf (Said it Better Than Me) | Joseph Wallace | Cardel for BMG
Sparks find themselves in 1930s Paris in pursuit of something just beyond their grasp.
Reel of Fortune | Jack Grace | The Arts University at Bournemouth | 04:30
What would you risk to reel in that perfect catch?
Bump Classique | Ben Wheele | Ben Wheele Studio | 03:40
Please don’t explode…