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LIAF: Schedule

LIAF 2019: Framed Film Club: Amazing Animations for 0-7 year-olds (U*)

November 30, 2019
11:00 am
LIAF, London International Animation Festival, Animanimals collection - Fly, Julia Ocker

Like childhood, animation is full of wonder and simple pleasures. This carefully chosen programme for our littlest and most special audience contains 12 of the best, most recent wonderful short animated films, full of joy, from all around the world. There’ll be talking animals, seriously fun adventures and wondrous tales to spark those little imaginations. Adults ...

LIAF 2019: International Competition Programme 1 – Abstract Showcase (12*)

November 30, 2019
5:00 pm
LIAF, London International Animation Festival, 4:3, Ross Hogg

Our annual survey of abstract and experimental animation. Animators working in this field employ every technique from hand-drawn ‘musical scores’ all the way across the scale to high definition, computer assisted image making. These 15 short films share a pure love of animated movement and an artist’s eye for filling the screen, harnessing colour and ...

LIAF 2019: International Competition Programme 2 – From Absurd to Zany (18*)

November 30, 2019
6:45 pm
LIAF, London International Animation Festival, I

The backbone of the whole LIAF mission. We’ve emerged from under the pile of more than 2,600 entries to put together a series of screenings that showcase the best 85 new films from every corner of the world. They can be funny, dramatic, bizarre, subdued, scary or autobiographical. The one thing they have in common ...

LIAF 2019: International Competition Programme 3 – Playing with Emotion (18*)

November 30, 2019
8:45 pm
LIAF, London International Animation Festival, Fridge, Eugene Kolb

The backbone of the whole LIAF mission. We’ve emerged from under the pile of more than 2,600 entries to put together a series of screenings that showcase the best 85 new films from every corner of the world. The one thing they have in common is that we think they’re the pick of the crop. ...