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Late Night Work Club special with Cardiff Animation Nights

Start Time: 22 July 2017 - 2:00pm

Place: Cardiff // Chapter, Market Road, Canton, Cardiff, CF5 1QE

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An evening of independent animation and collaboration with global independent animation collective Late Night Work Club. Including:

An evening with Late Night Work Club and friends
6pm
Join members of international animation collective Late Night Work Club in conversation with Skwigly Online Animation Magazine‘s Ben Mitchell, author of Independent Animation: Developing, Producing and Distributing your Animated Films, discussing independent animation and collaboration and giving an insight into their incredible work.

In 2013 Late Night Work Club made waves in the animation scene. Founded by Scott Benson, Charles Huettner, Eamonn O’Neill, and Eimhin McNamara, their intent was simple: come together and make something great. By creating GHOST STORIES they proved that good animation and storytelling isn’t just a byproduct of big budgets or prestigious film festivals. It can happen anywhere, anytime and by anyone. Their second animated anthology STRANGERS was released late last year to wide acclaim.

Some of the best, most personal, experimental and vital animation going right now is happening on the internet. It’s being made late at night when other people have gone to sleep and on weekends when everyone else is out. It’s being made by students, freelancers, full-timers and folks with unrelated day jobs. It means something to us. It’s our scene.

Tickets £8/6conc.

+ Late Night Work Club: Strangers
4pm
42min, adv15
The collective’s latest anthology of animated shorts, including Kirsten Lepore‘s viral hit Hi Stranger and Nicolas Menard and Manshen Lo’s hilarious collaboration Wednesday with Goddard.

+ Late Night Work Club: Ghost Stories
3pm
38min, adv15
A chance to see the first Late Night Work Club anthology of short films on the big screen, including ghostly tales for the modern age by Dave Prosser, Conor Finnegan, Charles Huettner, Sean Buckelew and many more.

+ get into the spirit of DIY, no-budget animation, and be part of our own collaborative animation project. Stuck in a rut with your own creative work? Exchange ideas and meet potential collaborators for your own personal projects at Bring Your Own Animation, brand new to Cardiff!

Tickets available at chapter.org

This event is a taster for Cardiff Animation Festival 2018.

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