Bitesized Animation Events & Socials
We've had to change plans for our next event slightly, well a lot actually, we'll be holding it on the world wide web.
We'll have the usual short animations & microMorsels screening, although you'll have to provide your own sweets and beer this time around.
We'll be recording a chat next week with Katy about her background, work and animation process etc. If you have any questions you'd like us to ask please email us 'em and we'll ask 'em.
Hope to see you there!
(don't pretend like you've got anything better to do.)
So, seeing as we're all stuck indoors, the theme this time around is...
Any style or technique.
Let's make some animation!
Send entries to firstname.lastname@example.org preferably as a password protected / private Vimeo link (remember to enable downloads) or via WeTransfer / Dropbox etc. Please don't send us any video files as email attachments as it will make smoke come out of our computers. Don't forget to include your full name etc. so we can give you a credit!
No overly obscene content please, anything questionable will only be included at our discretion.
Submissions from individuals only, no logos or advertisements.
Your animation should be under 30 seconds.
Ratio isn't important, square, 16:9 etc. however please keep vertical height to at least 1080px if possible.
No unauthorised use of copyrighted material! If we're not sure about any music, images, footage etc. we'll ask for proof of ownership or that it's public domain etc. Nobody wants to get sued.
Please don't upload animations to any social media channels until after the event, don't want to ruin the surprise!
Closing date for submissions - 4th May 2020.
At Animorsels we run animation evenings, events and socials, bringing together the local animation community to watch animation, make animation, learn new techniques, chat, drink, catch up, meet new people and generally have a bit of fun.
We alternate our main animation evenings which feature a guest speaker and selection of short films alongside our socials which are more of a general get together. At each event we run our short animation challenge, microMorsels, each with a different theme, which we screen just after the short films. We’ve had some great entries at past events!
Animorsels is run by Bottletop, a Nottingham animation studio, with support from RTS Midlands & Antenna. Past events have also had sponsorship from the lovely folk at Juno and Patchworks with regular support for our socials from Das Kino and Penny Lane.
If you haven’t been along to Animorsels yet then pop along to our next event, we’d love to have you there!