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This blog seeks to deterritorialise preconceived ideas about what animation is. For me, animation is the most vital and exciting art form of the 21st century: an intermedial melting-pot of many histories, approaches, disciplines and styles; a place where profound questions are raised about truth and illusion, life and death.

Expanded Animation presents some of the things I talk to my students about while I am teaching them digital animation techniques (and Animation Studies) on the MA Character Animation course at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, University of the Arts London.

Examples of my own post-animation practice can be seen on my website www.birgittahosea.co.uk.

Birgitta Hosea

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  1. Posted September 15, 2014 at 11:27 am | Permalink

    Hello!

    Please could you share the details of the Canterbury Anifest Short Animation Film Competition with your contacts, below.

    I have also attached some images and the press release for your reference.

    Many thanks in advance!

    Many thanks,
    Emma

    Canterbury Anifest 2014 Short Film Competition

    Canterbury Anifest Short Film Competition returns for 2014!

    Submissions are now open for animated shorts under ten minutes in length with entry closing on Tuesday 30th September 2014. Entries will then be considered by the esteemed Anifest judging panel, which includes Andy Frain, Producer of the cult classic Japanese animated film Ghost in the Shell, and Michael Arias, Director of Tekkonkinkreet.

    The shortlisted films and the winners will be announced at the Canterbury Anifest Awards Ceremony at Canterbury Christchurch University’s Augustine House on Friday 31st October, in front of an audience of professionals and animation enthusiasts.

    The submitted animated shorts will be judged according to five separate categories: “Best British Short Film”, “Best International Short Film”, “Best British Newcomer”, “Best International Newcomer”, and “Critics Choice”.

    Following an established tradition of seeking out and showcasing remarkable and exciting new talent in the field of animation since Canterbury Anifest had first begun, Canterbury Anifest 2014 aims to continue this celebration of burgeoning talent both within Britain and from around the world. For the first time, Canterbury Anifest also plans to exhibit a diverse selection of the submitted short films for the festival’s opening night on Monday 27th October at Gulbenkian, Canterbury.

    Deadline for entry: Tuesday 30th September 2014
    For information please visit http://www.canterburyanifest.com/film-competition/ or call 01227 769075.

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