Plymouth University’s first Media Arts Festival, of talks, demonstrations and screenings, is taking place on September 26 and 27
For this week’s Something for the Weekend Music Video we have a song and performance from the filmmaker herself, Shauna Osborne-Dowle, with her timeless tale of loss, fear and belonging that is Ankor. Shauna spoke to D+CFilm about the video.
The tenth (and, if you believe the rumours, final) Animated Exeter festival kicks off next year on January 14.
Mini Masterpieces is looking to showcase and develop young filmmakers (18-25 year olds) in the South West, and this year they are calling for documentaries around the theme of independence, but get a move on ’cause the deadline for online submissions is October 3.
If your animation hand’s been up to no good this past year, you’ll be pleased to know relief is on the horizon in the form of Animated Exeter.