Framed Film Festival – Barbican
I have some very exciting news! My films will be screened at the Framed Film Festival for children at the Barbican on 21 November. Three shorts will be shown – including my new film The Tie – as well as two episodes of 64 Zoo Lane. The screening is entitled ‘Animal Magic with animator An Vrombaut’ and is the first such screening dedicated solely to my work. There will be wolves, whales, kitten, tigers, elephants – and giraffes of course!
The Tie – Special Mention at Berlinale Generation 2015 and Amsterdam Young Audience Award at KLIK! 2015
Little Wolf – my graduation film from the RCA
When I Grow Up I Want To Be A Tiger – animated short
64 Zoo Lane
I will be at the screening to talk about my animal creations, and during the rest of the day I will be in the cinema foyer to sign books and run a free ‘animal-ears’ workshop. I will be joined by artist Shelly Wain who is designing hats based on some of the other films showing at the festival.
64 Zoo Lane animal ears and Shelly wearing a Red Plane hat
The screening is on Saturday 21 November at 1:30 pm. You can book tickets here: Animal Magic with animator An Vrombaut screening. The Tie will also be shown on Sunday 22 November as a short with The Adventures of the Red Plane feature. I won’t be there on the Sunday, but another artist, Sarah Page, will run the free animal ears/hats workshop.
I hope to see lots of animal fans at the screening!