Amazing Adult Animation


  • Rose Studio, 3.30pm
  • Sat 19 Oct, 3.30pm

From Oscar shortlisted and BAFTA winning filmmakers. these are some of the most incredible animations you're likely to see. Funny. Profound. Beautiful. They'll stay in your heart and mind long after the final credits roll.

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'Stunning and clever and terrifying' - Judge's Comments

HYBRIDS In a dystopian future, when marine wildlife has to adapt to the pollution surrounding it, the rules of survival change.

 

'Brilliant. Beautiful. British & Brian Cox. What more could you want' - Judge's Comments

WIDDERSHINS Brian Cox narrates a light-hearted animation about a pampered gentleman in a seamlessly automated world, whose orderly existence is thrown into chaos when he chooses to pursue a free-spirited woman.

 

'This is a beautiful and haunting animation and its images will stay with me for a long time' - Judge's Comments

TANGLE A simple but poignant animation showing the life of a young girl in war.

 

'Visually absolutely stunning' - Judge's Comments

REVERIE Deep in the harsh countryside, where life fades with every breath, a boy tormented with grief battles an inescapable beast.

 

'Extraordinary' - Judge's Comments

CARLOTTA'S FACE A fascinating animated short documentary about a woman who learns through art to overcome her rare condition of face blindness.

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'Charming, engaging and moving' - Judge's Comments

EMILY An elderly florist looks back at her life and all the flowers she's kind-heartedly handed out; but all she wants is for someone to return the favour.

 

'Agonisingly profound' - Judge's Comment

PANTA RHEI A marine biologist finds his life shares much in common with that of the whales that keep washing up on his beach.

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Please note that films have not yet been rated by the BBFC.  The licensing authority has requested that unclassified films are rated as 18, to ensure compliance with the Licensing Act 2003.  This is not representative of the films' content, which our industry judging panel has rated as a PG.  Unfortunately, under 18s cannot be admitted to this screening.