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LIAF 2018: Music Video Programme with post-screening panel discussion and Q&A

 Image:   Nitai Hershkovits – Flyin’ Bamboo featuring MNDSGN,   Felix Colgrave (2018)

Image: Nitai Hershkovits – Flyin’ Bamboo featuring MNDSGN, Felix Colgrave (2018)

Doors Open 7pm, Screening Starts 7:30PM

Tickets £7 / £5 concs

Our ever-popular programme Late Night Bizarre programme screens just after this one at 9pm. You can buy tickets for both screenings for just £12 + booking fee.


LIAF’s annual collection of the hottest music videos from all over the world. Animation is an integral element in many of the best music videos. Producing them also provides a commercially viable way for animators to earn a living and produce work they can be proud of. Here are 20 of the world’s best and most innovative music videos produced in the last 12 months, providing a visual mash-up of styles, techniques and genres.

Music videos have surged in popularity since the rise of portable screens, and filmmakers are increasingly using them as an experimental form with which to test out their artistic ideas. After the screening join us as several of the filmmakers featured in this programme will take to the stage for a lively discussion on this subject. Panel members will be announced soon.

We will also be announcing the inaugural award for best music video at LIAF 2018 selected from the 20 films screened here.

Films Screening:

Tall Juan - Parking Attendant

Director - Dante Zabella, Argentina/Germany

2min, 2018

 

Mr.Jukes featuring De la Soul and Horace Andy – Leap of Faith

Director – Parallel Teeth, New Zealand

3min, 2017

 

Father John Misty – Date Night

Director - Chad Van Gaalen, USA

3min, 2018

 

Flying Lotus - Post Requisite

Director – Winston Hacking, USA

2min, 2017

 

LSD – Genius

Director – Ben Jones, USA

4min, 2018

 

Tennyson - L'oiseau qui Danse

Director - Jean-Marie Marbach, France

2min, 2018

 

Toto Bona Lokua – Ma Mama

Director – Katy Wang, UK

4min, 2017

 

Sparks – Edith Piaf (Said it Better than Me)

Director – Joseph Wallace, UK

4min, 2018

 

Renata Zeiguer – Wayside

Director - Angela Stempel, USA

3min, 2018

 

Machine Translations – Sola

Director – Jonathan Nix, Australia

3min, 2017

 

Keita Sano – Mad Love

Director - Ryoji Yamada, Japan

3min, 2017

 

Sophie – Faceshopping

Director – Sophie/Aaron Chan, Argentina

4min, 2018

 

Tom Rosenthal – Fenn

Director – Sarina Nihei, Japan

2min, 2017

 

Nitai Hershkovits – Flyin’ Bamboo featuring MNDSGN

Director – Felix Colgrave, Australia

3min, 2018

 

Mark Stoermer - Filthy Apes and Lions

Director – Lee Hardcastle, UK

4min, 2017

 

General Elektriks - Au Tir a la Carabine

Director - Zachary Zezima, USA

3min, 2018

 

Superorganism - Everybody Wants to be Famous

Director – Robert Strange, USA

3min, 2018

 

Akwaur – Lone Love

Director - Dasha Chukhrova, Russia

4min, 2018

 

Gorillaz – Tranz

Director -Jamie Hewlett, UK
Co-director - Nicos Livesey, France

3min, 2018

 

Courtney Barnett – Nameless, Faceless

Director – Lucy Dyson, Australia

3min, 2018


The London International Animation Festival (LIAF 2018) returns for it’s 15th edition to the Horse Hospital over 3 nights – Thursday 6/Friday 7/Saturday 8 December – with 6 eclectic and inspiring screenings and talks with some of the most creative minds working in animation today.

Independent animation is very much alive and kicking and continues to thrive and develop with a breathtaking medley of styles, materials, techniques and genres. From hand drawn, paint on glass, collage and sculpture, to cut-outs, puppets, abstract and sand/salt – LIAF 2018 showcases all of this. Join us at the Horse Hospital and see these latest mini-masterpieces.

For full details on the LIAF 2018 programme please go to the LIAF website at www.liaf.org.uk.


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