Archive | June, 2006

>Evo in L.I.A.F.

24 Jun

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The short film Evo is to be shown in the London International Animation Festival. The film has been selected for inclusion in the ‘British Panorama’ programme with a yet to be announced screening date sometime during the week-long festival in August. The venue will be the Curzon Cinema in central London. The L.I.A.F. website is www.liaf.org.uk

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>Man at I.C.A. Evo at OneDotZero

10 Jun

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A ‘Day of the Jackal’ June day on The Mall. Heat, flags, steel crowd-control barriers and an impressive Police presence … The adoring masses are either here for the Queen’s birthday ‘Trooping The Colour’ ceremony or the world première of the short film Evo at the I.C.A. Cinema.

Yet Cinema 1 is only half-full, (mostly other filmmakers I suspect.) Evo is three quarters through a programme of varied shorts. After the show, the director takes a celebratory beer in the I.C.A. bar where all eyes are on the widescreen monitor installed in the corner. It’s not art, but it is contemporary; the England v Paraguay game kicks-off in Frankfurt.

So that was the première screeninig of Evo. Thanks go to Joel Karmath, Darryl Clifton, Giada et al for putting the OneDotZero Festival together, and in particular for choosing to screen the film. Find out more about the OneDotZero Festival at www.onedotzero.com

>Evo Première Announced

3 Jun

>Evo is to get its first every public screening in London on Saturday 10th June 2006.
The film has been selected to show in the ‘Uncut’ screening as part of the OneDotZero festival.
The venue is London’s ICA Cinema 1 (Institute of Contemporary Arts), the screening is at 12:00 midday. (the screening is free, but temporary membership of the ICA costs £1.50)