stop-motion animation

Wired Sussex Festival: “Three Sixty Degrees: New Ways of Experiencing Creative Performances”. Update: Saturday 12th October: This event sold out in 48 hours.

Date and Time” Wednesday, 16 October 2019, 1800-2100, Location, 3 Hanningtons Lane, Hanningtons Estate Brighton, BN1 1GS. Saturday 12th October: Following the news that this event sold out in 48 hours we will report back on how it was received. “As part of Brighton Digital Festival, the city’s hub for emerging technologies, The FuseBox, is …

Pleased to announce new initiative for all independent film makers.

Greetings, after a Summer break we are back with new promotions, announcements on independent filming productions and promotions and, immediately, a new national and international initiative to promote and support the work of independent filmmakers around the World. If you are an independent filmmaker, no matter how small, this can include you. It is what …

I’m OK from Director and Animator Elizabeth Hobbs

  Elizabeth Hobbs takes on the life and work of Oskar Kokoschka (1886-1980), the Austrian artist, poet, essayist and playwright, for her six minute animated short film “I’m OK”. Using simple broad brush water colour artwork with a stop-motion approach Hobbs presents dozens of pictures that take us through Kokschka’s life with art, highly emotional …

Review of 2018 Part Two May 2018 – December 2018

J’aime les filles (Reviewed May 21st 2018) A wonderful, unique, eight minute film from Diane Obomsawin exploring love, identity awakening, exploration, joy, passion, confusion and discovery. The profound sensitivity with which Obomsawin goes about her craft is evidenced in her ability to tell such a complete story in so short a time period. Rightly recognised …

International Moving Image Society event Tuesday 29 January.

The IMIS starting off its excellent work this year with a good Networking opportunity. Hope you can make it. We will be continuing to report on the work of the IMIS from this Blog throughout the coming year. Post-Holiday After Party: Xmas Might Be Gone, But The Party Is Still On

Review of 2018 Part One November 2017-May 2018.

The Blog commenced its public work in November 2017 following my selection and appearance as a Jury member at the 2017 Dieppe/Brighton Film Festival. The experience in working with Nicolas Bellenchombre, Ben Collier and fellow jury members Ludovic Bource, Bennock O’Connor, Jean Sebastien Petitdemange, Corine Marienneau and Jean-Edouard Criquioche and the work of others in …

Elliot Kershaw and the skill of diversifying your talents!

For independent filmmakers a number of issues occur again and again. Amongst other challenges these revolve around funding for projects or at least covering costs, ensuring exposure for your work, earning sufficient to feed your talent while feeding yourself (!) and being aware of new technical developments to grow what you do and, finally for …