Funan (Do, 2018)

> Date Seen: 14th November 2018 < -Spoilers Alert-   The film is a powerful 2D animation following a family torn apart during the Khmer Rouge revolution and their struggle to survive and find one another again. I got to see this film as part of the Manchester Animation Festival 2018 where it was screened... Continue Reading →

MAF 2018: Short Films 1

I am so glad that I have managed to visit the Manchester Animation Festival again this year after being unable to go last year. This is a fantastic festival showcasing and celebrating all things animation with panels, Q&A’s and screenings over the three days that can certainly get your creative juices flowing. Over the next... Continue Reading →

MAF 2018: Virtual Reality

This was a wonderful edition to the Manchester Animation Festival with a setup of four VR Headsets for us to see each of the films by the proper "in the world" style of the films. And they also had a great range of VR Films to experience and see which was great.   .This film... Continue Reading →

MAF 2018: Classic Filmmakers

I am so glad that I have managed to visit the Manchester Animation Festival again this year after being unable to go last year. This is a fantastic festival showcasing and celebrating all things animation with panels, Q&A's and screenings over the three days that can certainly get your creative juices flowing. Over the next... Continue Reading →

Glass (Shyamalan, 2019)

> Date Seen: 5th February 2019 < -Spoilers Alert-   For those of you who have never heard of M. Night Shyamalan or seen either Unbreakable (Shyamalan, 2000) or Split (Shyamalan, 2016) you may not know much about Glass or be as excited to see it as those who have. If you are such a... Continue Reading →

The Favourite (Lanthimos, 2018)

> Date Seen: 8th January 2018 < -Spoilers Alert-   When I saw there was a film with Olivia Colman (playing Queen Anne), Rachel Weisz (playing Lady Sarah) and Emma Stone (playing Abigail) in the leading roles of the story I was very excited and knew I wanted to see the film, strengthened by it's... Continue Reading →

MAF 2018: Commissioned Films

I am so glad that I have managed to visit the Manchester Animation Festival again this year after being unable to go last year. This is a fantastic festival showcasing and celebrating all things animation with panels, Q&A’s and screenings over the three days that can certainly get your creative juices flowing. Over the next... Continue Reading →

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