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Intimate Animation #2 – Anna Ginsburg

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Presenting the second episode of Intimate Animation, the first of several new podcast series we aim to bring out over the coming months and years that will run alongside our regular Skwigly Animation Podcast. Join Skwigly’s Ben and Laura-Beth as they explore, discuss and interview the talents behind animation that deals with themes of love, relationships and sexuality.

If you wish to get involved or have any topic you’d like us to address in the next podcast then please get in touch with us on either Facebook, Twitter, by email to ben@skwigly.co.uk or leave a comment below.

Presented by Ben Mitchell and Laura-Beth Cowley

Special guest: Award-winning filmmaker Anna Ginsburg, discussing her recent contribution to Channel 4’s Random Acts short film initiative Private Parts, produced in collaboration with It’s Nice That. The film is a stark exploration of perceptions, double standards and sensitivity as regards female sexuality, made to “counteract the impact of our misogynistic hyper sexualised society”. With upcoming festival screenings including Encounters and Ottawa, the film is a collaborative effort making use of animation talents Will Anderson, Mark Prendergast, Peter Millard, George Wheeler, Loup Blaster and Moth Collective as well as Anna herself.

Produced and edited by Ben Mitchell
Music by Ben Mitchell

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