Explore Animation is a FREE onlne course to give you a behind the scenes insight in to Animation. The course is made possible by Creative Skillset, the National Film and Television School and Future Learn. Exploring Animation starts on January the 4th, you can watch the video and sign up HERE
It’s very friendly and easy to use…and as you can see there is some Stanley Pickle in there too:
During 2013 Stanley Pickle screened at China Independent Animation Film Forum, Animated Dreams the biggest Animation Festival in Estonia, Amazonas Film Festival Brazil, Victoria Film Festival Romania, Movies by the River in Finland, Moviemento in Berlin, Honiara International Film Festival on the Solomon Islands, Wanstead Highschool UK, The Best of Rabbitfest in Italy and BarShorts in Manchester as well as a ton of other locations we sometimes hear about through the British Council and Filmclub UK.
We also had a whole bunch of reviews through many great websites that have been shared on our Facebook page: see here
As the year 2013 came to a close Stanley Pickle was No.2 in the ‘Film Shortage Top Ten Short Films of 2013′:
…and Cartoon Brew featured Stanley Pickle on their super awesome website:
Earlier in the year I visited the NFTS as animation tutor for their annual first year pixilation workshop ‘Character of place’ along side Cinematography tutor Nina Kelgren and Production Design tutor Christina Moore. The students made eight pixilation films in eight days.
Stanley Pickle has screened this year at Bar shorts in Manchester, Moviemento open air screen in Berlin- then invited back for their ten year anniversary, also the Best of Rabbitfest in Italy, live webcast with Filmclub UK, a visit to Wanstead High School in London and official selection to Honiara International Film Festival on the Solomon Islands in Papua New Guinea.
Stanley Pickle has been made available to over 7000 schools in partnership with the British Council and Filmclub UK in a bid to engage young people with the best of up and coming British filmmaking. The British Council will tour the programme internationally through its network of offices in 110 countries worldwide. If you are a teacher and interested in Filmclub UK- follow this link