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LIAF: Schedule

LIAF presents: Best of the Fest… Ever! at Watch Me Move: The Animation Show, the Barbican

July 4, 2011
7:30 pm
The Curse of the Voodoo Child

LIAF has been screening the world’s best animated films for the last seven years. We’ve received more than 10,000 entries, screened more than 1,500 films and had some of the most talented animators in the world come and hang out with us. In celebration of moving to our new venue; The Barbican, we have put together ...

LIAF presents: ‘Get Real’ and ‘Mobile’ at Folly for a Flyover, Hackney Wick

July 8, 2011
7:30 pm
Get Real!

LIAF presents two unique shorts to follow a screening of the original 'Tron' (Steven Lisberger, 1982). 'Tron' will be accompanied by a live score at 'Folly for a Flyover' - a pop-up cinema built entirely by volunteers in Hackney Wick in conjunction with The Barbican Gallery and CREATE. Find out more about this event, including venue ...

LIAF co-presents: Polish School of Animation: Its Observers and Continuators Programme I at Watch Me Move: The Animation Show, the Barbican

July 14, 2011
Labyrinth

Polish animation holds a very special position in the hearts of all fans of classic animation. It has been described as containing “a sense of absurdity, surrealism and anguished settings”. All true, but to this could also be added a love of complex, adult fairytales and a willingness to take the best from western and ...

LIAF co-presents: Polish School of Animation: Its Observers and Continuators Programme 2 at Watch Me Move: The Animation Show, the Barbican

July 14, 2011
The Roll-Call

Polish animation holds a very special position in the hearts of all fans of classic animation. It has been described as containing “a sense of absurdity, surrealism and anguished settings”. All true, but to this could also be added a love of complex, adult fairytales and a willingness to take the best from western and ...

LIAF co-presents Polish School of Animation: Its Observers and Continuators Programme 3 at Watch Me Move: The Animation Show, the Barbican

July 14, 2011
The Cathedral

Polish animation holds a very special position in the hearts of all fans of classic animation. It has been described as containing “a sense of absurdity, surrealism and anguished settings”. All true, but to this could also be added a love of complex, adult fairytales and a willingness to take the best from western and ...

LIAF co-presents: Polish School of Animation: Its Observers and Continuators Programme 4 at Watch Me Move: The Animation Show, the Barbican

July 14, 2011
Refrains

Polish animation holds a very special position in the hearts of all fans of classic animation. It has been described as containing “a sense of absurdity, surrealism and anguished settings”. All true, but to this could also be added a love of complex, adult fairytales and a willingness to take the best from western and ...