‘Animation Subsequent’ Shorts Showcase Will get Theatrical Launch



‘Fest,’ by Nikita Diakur, considered one of seven animated brief movies within the ‘ANIMATION NEXT’ theatrical program coming this fall.

The organizers of the GLAS Animation Competition have introduced that Animation Subsequent, a collection of seven “best-of-the-best” animated shorts beforehand screened on the Berkeley, CA occasion, will likely be launched in choose U.S. theatres this fall.

The theatrical program continues the competition’s mission to showcase the most recent groundbreaking unbiased animation. In response to the competition, Animation Subsequent options “seven daring new shorts from the most recent technology to redefine what’s potential within the medium, taking you on a prismatic journey starting from subterranean nightmares to sun-soaked coming of age tales — every exploring themes that almost all grip the trendy world.”

“We imagine within the community-driven expertise of watching movies with different folks in a theater as a strategy to create a context and language for a shared understanding and appreciation of animation,” competition director Jeanette Bonds shared. “In lots of circumstances, there’s additionally no different strategy to see these movies as they aren’t out there outdoors of theaters and festivals. It’s for all these causes that we wished to create a program of remarkable animated brief movies and share them as broadly as potential with audiences everywhere in the United States, and current them in the absolute best method.”

The Animation Subsequent lineup is as follows:

I am Going out for Cigarettes by Osman Cerfon

Bloeistraat 11 by Nienke Deutz

Fest by Nikita Diakur

The Evening of the Plastic Baggage by Gabriel Harel

Slug Life by Sophie Koko Gate

Clemence’s Afternoon by Lénaig Le Moigne

Acid Rain by Tomek Popakul

GLAS is a non-profit group based by filmmakers who wished to create an annual competition that showcases unbiased animation from everywhere in the world proper right here in the USA. Now in its fifth 12 months, the competition’s mission has all the time been to champion various and underrepresented voices whereas emphasizing distinctive administrators and artists that push visible, conceptual, and narrative boundaries throughout the cinematic artform.

Supply: GLAS Animation Competition

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