The London International Animation Festival extends an enormous thank you to our partners.
Find out more about how you can get involved with LIAF.
Film Hub London, Film London, BFI Film Audience Network
Event supported by Film Hub London, managed by Film London. Proud to be a partner of the BFI Film Audience Network, funded by the National Lottery.
For more information please go to: www.filmlondon.org.uk/filmhub
The Film and Video Workshop
The Film and Video Workshop are the UK's largest providers of animation and film workshops for children and young adults of all ages and abilities and are very proud to be partners with LIAF.
For more information please go to: www.filmworkshop.com.
Melbourne International Animation Festival
The Melbourne International Animation Festival (MIAF) is big sister to LIAF. The Festivals share content, information and administrative processes – as well as Directors. MIAF was formed in 2000 by Malcolm Turner, Nag Vladermersky and Susi Allender and has quickly grown to become one of the world's largest animation festivals, screening annually in Melbourne before touring comprehensively around Australia.
For more information please go to: www.miaf.net
The Barbican is Europe's largest multi-arts and conference venue presenting a diverse range of art, music, theatre, dance, film and education events. It is also home to the London Symphony Orchestra.
We're incredibly proud that The Barbican is the home of LIAF – we'll be joining forces to bring the best ever LIAF to an even wider audience and would like to thank The Barbican for their support and hospitality.
For more information please go to: www.barbican.org.uk
The Horse Hospital
LIAF has worked with the Horse Hospital for many years. Home of LIAF's Late Night Bizarre sessions and situated in the heart of London's Bloomsbury, the Horse Hospital is nothing short of unique and the perfect venue for LIAF 'underground' events.
For more information please go to: www.thehorsehospital.com
Whitechapel Gallery is a touchstone for contemporary art internationally, plays a central role in London’s cultural landscape and is pivotal to the continued growth of the world’s most vibrant contemporary art quarter.
For more information please go to: www.whitechapelgallery.org
Close-Up aims to make film culture and history accessible through its cinema, library and the online publication of Vertigo Magazine. Established in 2005, the company has built up its activities on the basis of reinvesting all its profits into creating an extensive film resource.
For more information please go to: www.closeupfilmcentre.com
The NFTS produces a host of award winning graduates every year, and many of the UK's most noted contemporary auteurs as well as commercial filmmakers. It operates from its own historic studios running more specialist MA's than any other film school in the world and supports LIAF by integrating the production of our annual festival trailer into it's Directing Animation BA.
For more information please go to: www.nfts.co.uk
Potion PIctures create moving visual design across a range of creative areas including broadcasting, advertising, live events, film and interactive media.
For more information please go to: www.potionpictures.co.uk
Shooting People started in the belief that the best way to get independent films made and out into the world was to learn from others doing it themselves. Shooting People have supported LIAF for many years with in-kind sponsorship and promotion.
For more information please go to: www.shootingpeople.org
Animated Women UK
Animated Women UK want women from all backgrounds of the animation and VFX industries and at every stage in their career to fulfill their potential and realise their dreams. They value openness, honesty and a positive approach towards collaborating with women and men to achieve their mission.
For more information please go to: www.animatedwomenuk.com/
For the past 20 years, Toon Boom has been changing the animation world one production at a time as makers of the industry’s premier storyboarding and animation software. Toon Boom generously sponsor our Best of the Festival award, presenting £500 to the lucky recipient.
For more information please go to: www.toonboom.com
The MMBF (Matthew Martino Benevolent Fund) is a UK based international charity that supports filmmakers, actors and individuals studying or working in performing arts worldwide through training grants and scholarships, funding for first time filmmakers and providing sponsorship for film related events such as film festivals and film award ceremonies. The MMBF generously sponsor our Best British Film award, presenting £150 to the lucky recipient.
For more information please go to: www.mmbf.co.uk