Saturday 18th March 2-3pm
The SE9 Container Gallery is delighted to host a screening of eight short animated films. The event will showcase the work of talented animators and directors in order to inspire and inform visitors about independent animation. The screening will take place in the SE9 Container Gallery on Saturday 18th March from 2-3pm amongst the exhibition Shadow Play. The films will be introduced by Maria Sams, our Artist in Residence and current exhibitor.
This animation screening will feature the work of award-winning animators and exciting emerging talent. All are welcome for this free event!
Going West – Andersen M Studio Commissioned by Colenso BBDO for the New Zealand Books Council, this award-winning stop frame animation brings to life Maurice Gee’s classic New Zealand novel Going West.
We Got Time – David Wilson This mesmerizing music video for Moray McLaren features an animation device from early cinema: the praxinoscope.
White out – Jeffrey Scher Composed of approximately 2,250 watercolour paintings on paper, this beautiful film depicts a collection of wintry scenes.
New Friends/ Mood Swings – Steph Hope Filled with humour and colour, these two short films portray characters in awkward situations. Made from a series of hand drawn images, Steph Hope combines traditional techniques with modern style.
Bubbles – Maria Sams Made using an overhead projector and paper cut-outs, this innovative animation tells the story of a lonely scientist and her childhood toy.
Next of Kin – Gemma Yin Taylor and Connor Gilhooly This tactile stop-motion music video for Canadian band Alvvays, combines paint and collage techniques to repurpose found imagery.
Bye Bye Dandelion – Isabel Garret Winner of the Best Animation award at ScreenTest’s: National Student Film Festival (2015), this short film uses a mixture of handmade puppetry and CGI animation to reveal a heart-warming narrative about friendship.
Success – Hannah Jacobs and Lara Lee A thought provoking animation about the nature of success, created for The School of Life and based on a short piece of writing by Alain de Botton.