Directors behind new Monty Python-themed animated feature, A Liar’s Autobiography: The Untrue Story of Monty Python’s Graham Chapman, are talking about their new film on Saturday 23rd March at Birmingham City University's School of Art, Margaret Street, as part of Flatpack Festival.
Hosted by Animation Forum West Midlands, Directors Ben Timlett and George Sander-Jackson will be talking about collaborative movie-making and mixing multiple animation styles, after working with fourteen different animation companies on their latest release. [More]
Aardman co-founder and Director of their latest Oscar-nominated feature The Pirates! In An Adventure with Scientists, Peter Lord, takes you behind the scenes of Aardman’s latest film in this free, after-work event in Birmingham city centre this March from Animation Forum WM. [More]
What do you get when you shove* a dozen animators into a room for a weekend? Well, we don’t really know either, but we hope an animation short film or two comes out of it anyway, when Animation Forum WM’s free, three-day event, AnimationJam between Friday 22nd and Sunday 24th February 2013 hits NTI Birmingham. [More]
After much delay, Shorts on Walls is back for another night of fun, frolicks and animated films.
Pop along for free to The Victoria, Birmingham, on 27th November 2012 (7pm) and catch a screening of some great animated short films, all made in the Midlands.
To attend the screenings and meet some talented animators, simply reserve your place using the huge button above. [More]
Animation Forum WM returns to the fold with a humble, little, London-pub-based-event that we've put together with our two All Animated UK comrades, Animated Yorkshire and Wonky (Bristol), this coming Tuesday (6th November '12).
The event, the quite awesomely titled Animation Battle Royale, pits submissions for Animation Forum WM's Shorts on Walls (more on that soon, but it's on 27th November at the Victoria, Birmingham) against a compilation of notorious (and perhaps evil) animated productions from the regions of Yorkshire and Bristol. [More]
Shropshire Media Network is working in collaboration with Salty's Animation and Appletree Theatre and Film Company to offer an exciting opportunity for future filmmakers and animators.
The 1-day film and animation workshops, for young people aged 11-16, aims to get teens involved behind and in front of the cameras, learn some new skills and get inspired to make short films.
Attendees will spend a fun packed day filled with creative activities that will allow them to pick up the Hollywood tricks of the trade.
You’ll have the option to be the new Steven Spielberg and learn a host of new skills including: film making skills, narrative and character development, using professional cameras, microphones and lighting equipment, shooting on location and the chance to watch their films on the big screen. [More]
Wolverhampton University is opening its doors this summer and offering you an exciting opportunity to learn a whole range of creative courses at their summer school.
With courses including Life Drawing, Photography, Jewerally Making, Print Making, Ceramics, Computer Games Design and Make -up for Film, Theatre & Screen, there's bound to be something you're going to enjoy.
The End User Event (EUE) is nearly here, arriving in Florin at Utrecht, Netherlands on May 31st.
The annual event lasts for two days and is packed with workshops and master classes by international speakers like Ken Pimental, Joe Gunn and Joe Robins. [More]