Animation talk at the BFI Library

” Why does animation play such a central role in defining our expectations and experiences of popular fantasy cinema, and why do animators often use fantasy fiction as a source of inspiration? ”

If this is a question that gets you animated, the BFI Ruben Library  is hosting a discussion on this topic, with the editors of a new book ‘ Fantasy/Animation: Connections Between Media,Mediums and Genres’,  Christopher Holliday and Alexander Sergeant, as well as contributors Lilly Husbands, Caroline Ruddell and Sam Summers.

The talk takes place on Monday 10th of September, at 18.30, tickets cost £6.50.

Animation Resources at London Met Libraries

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London Animation Festival 2017




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