Thursday November 16th, 1.30pm, The Old Market, £5
Oska Bright Film Festival has a long history of of championing animators. The screening brings together long term submitters and and new talent and will be followed by a Q&A with filmmakers where you can find out more about techniques and how to get started in animation.
This screening is part of the Discover Oska Bright day.
Rami Mansour, 2mins 08secs, UK
Tune into the weird and wonderful world of Breaking News. Aliens are in the local area and zombies are taking over the city.
EYE TV 2
James Kurtze, 8mins 03secs, Australia
Eye TV2 is a jaxtaposition New Media and Animated Film starring, and told through the eyes of Dexter the black cat. James and Dexter are thrust into a 1980’s Jega video game.
Chris Rumens, 1min 54secs, UK
Imagine Jackolanting from the pumpkin’s perspective.
Felix Swahn, 13mins 01sec, Sweden
An old woman, a grandma, is dying. She wishes to have her ashes spread in the Tatra mountains, her favourite place from her youth. Her wish is the beginning of an odd road movie.
Matthew Eggert, 1min 40secs, UK
A cat comes across a baby hedgehog. He must help him find his mother by working together. Can they do it?
TOMBOY EPISODE 2
Stuart Maiden, 11mins, UK
A mysterious alien falls to Earth and is found by Tom, Lily and Old Fred. The alien hopes to return home, but trouble is afoot!
Lissea Jordan, 3mins 09 secs, UK
Based on one of Lissea’s poems, on the subject of childhood trauma, the film explores the subject through an individual child’s internal fairy-tale world.