The other day, thanks to 'Animate Projects' I won 2 tickets to the Barbican: Watch me Move 'Experimental Animation' talk and screening. It was great to see work from such talented artists and to hear their perspective on animation and the films they've made. We saw work from Chris Shepherd, Lizzy Hobbs, Tim Webb and Stuart Hilton. All the films were very different but equally fascinating to watch.
If you can get your mitts on them, try and have a look!
Chris Shepherd: 'Dad's Dead'
Tim Webb: '15th February'
Elizabeth Hobbs: 'The Emperor'
Stuart Hilton: 'Save Me'
If you haven't had a chance to go to the Barbican exhibition I'd definitely recommend you pop down before it finishes. They've also got the armature from 'The Curse of the Were-Rabbit'! It's brilliant.