British Animation Awards 2010 – winners announced

12.04.10
The Black Dog's Progress, Stephen Irwin April 8th saw the British Animation Awards ceremony take place at BFI Southbank. Notable mentions go to Stephen Irwin whose film The Black Dog’s Progress received two awards, including Best Short Film; Philip Hunt from Studio AKA was awarded Best Animated Special for his film, Lost & Found; The Secret of Kells, directed by Tomm Moore & Nora Twomey, took ...
British Animation Awards Deadlines

28.10.09
Christine Roche's 2008 BAA artwork Submission time for the bi-yearly British Animation Awards is upon us. BAA  covers all aspects of the UK animation scene, from student work to commercials, children’s entertainment, short and experimental art films, music videos and works which incorporate new technologies. BAA – whose logo, wittily enough, is a branded cartoon sheep’s rump – also present each award winner with a sheep-based ...
Competition: win tickets to see Joanna Quinn at the Barbican

15.10.09
Joanna Quinn, Dreams and Desires: Family Ties (2006) Barbican Film celebrates International Animation Day with a special focus on the work of the multi-award-winning, internationally acclaimed British animator Joanna Quinn on 28 October. Joanna’s work explores the politics of gender and the eccentricities of the human body through brilliant characterisation, superb draughtsmanship and wonderful animation technique. The screening will include Joanna’s 1987 debut film Girls Night Out, ...