Horror and Comedy short films from The London International Animation Festival + talk on animation/programming a film festival
The London International Animation Festival have curated two very special selections of short animated films especially for CINEMANIA – 40 minutes of the best scary, unsettling, make-you-check-under-the-bed-before-you-turn-out-lights films, and, to help you recover from the terror and forget your fear, 40minutes of the funniest, wittiest, cry-with-laughter-til-you-wet-your-pants films.
Alongside these films, they’ll be talking about the art of animation, giving an insight into what it’s like programming a film festival for a living, and dolling out some top tips for anyone who’d like to be a film programmer.
LIAF – Horror/Comedy animated shorts & talk is screening as part of Cinemania, regular screenings for 15-24 year-olds.
15-24 year-olds can buy reduced priced tickets: £4 (please select student tickets) or book 5 Cinemania tickets for £15.
Public tickets: Normal price
The film will be introduced promptly. There will be no trailers.
Cinemania is a series of inspiring film screenings and talks for young people taking place at 12 cinemas across London.
Cinemania is presented by Picturehouse and Film Hub London. Managed by Film London, the Hub is a proud partner of the BFI Film Audience Network, funded by the National Lottery.