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|Director:||Elode Rivalan, Alexey Boykoun & Eskaterina Shabanova, Activate38, Mateusz Staniszew, Darragh O’Connell, Max Hattler|
Around the World at The Star and Shadow.
A showcase of animation shorts from international artists, hoping to inspire and entertain the local art fans and creators…
You can read more about it here: http://www.facebook.com/events/463598803713649/?fref=ts Also join in with the conversation through hashtag #AnimateNewcastle
Films begin at 19.30. Feel free to pop in beforehand at 19.00…
Trailer: Au delà du langage. Elode Rivans's New documentary.
To be played in the Bar, pre-show.
Inspiracao (2009) Elode Rivalan. France. Run Time: 10.46
The poet is falling asleep, the poem is awakening…
Sync (2010) Max Hattler. German/London. Run time: 09.20min
An amazing visual portrayal of the Universe…
The Lost Orchestra. (2011) Alexey Boykoun & Eskaterina Shabanova. Russia. Run Time: 13.00
Overcoming obstacles, Morton, a funny little creature, searches for his friends…
Because of Mum (2012) Activate38. Bulgaria. Run Time: 12.17
A girl's message to her mother is shown though poetic reflections…
Teddy’s Nightmare. (2007) Mateusz Staniszew. Poland. Run Time: 07.58.
A poor, little teddy-bear wakes up in a dream. Escape is not easy…
23 Degrees 5 minutes (2011) Darragh O’Connell. Ireland. 10.30
Pursuing the answer to the “unified theory” leads Professor Orbit to the edge of madness…
Drinks and Chat in Bar afterwards!
Buy tickets on door or in advance.
5 Feb 2012, 7:30 p.m.
During 1974 violent miners' strike in a North East village a teenage artist meets gorgeous girl from London. Together they attempt to escape which causes him to betray his family, community and best friends. An uplifting and soulful mix of cool 1970s styles, romance, teenage rebellion and gritty social realism.
28 Apr 2013, 7:30 p.m.
Brochure bit:The 1985 Film version of what is probably the definitive novel of the 20th century. It remains contemporary, and the terms "Big Brother", "Doublethink" and "Newspeak" have become part of everyday language.