Here is a summary of the works available, for screenings, gallery exhibition or for educational purposes. If you would like to discuss hiring or exhibiting a work further please contact us at email@example.com.
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Move It Touring Programmes
For 2016 we are offering four touring animation programmes to hire. The programmes present the best of contemporary animation, one has a documentary leaning, and one is for family audiences. Our programmes have been selected by Iain Gardner, Edinburgh International Film Festival; Alys Scott Hawkins, Animated Documentary; QUAD's Curators and Animate Projects' Directors; and Sam Groves, Flatpack Festival. Please visit moveit.org.uk for more information about the titles in each programme.
Six animations made through a close collaboration between artists and scientists. The animated artowrks respond to scientific research exploring how the cells in our bodies communicate internally to fight disease, how external factors affect what goes on inside our bodies, and how scientists are exploring ways to improve our health. Available as a single-screen programme or a gallery installation. More information here.
Animate Touring Programmes
We offer six thematic touring programmes of selected Animate films, please take a look at the PDF here.
AnimateTV Archive films
All the AnimateTV films from 1991 to 2008, commissioned through the Arts Council England and Channel 4 project, are available as individual titles through LUX. Visit LUX for hire information.
Primitive: A Letter to Uncle Boonmee
Apichaptong Weerasethakul’s short film is available for cinema and festival screenings. It has won several awards including the Grand Prize at the Oberhausen Film Festival. Please contact Jacqui Davies about hiring this work.
Primitive: Phantoms of Nabua
Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s Phantoms of Nabua is available for gallery installation. The film has been shown internationally, including exhibitions at BFI Gallery, London; Sao Paulo Biennial, Brazil; Hangar Bicocca, Italy; and MOCCA, Canada. Please contact Jacqui Davies about hiring this work.