From Bradford, UNESCO City of Film, we write about film, photography, television, animation, gaming and the web.
The cine camera which formed the beginnings of the National Cinematography Collection sits right here in Bradford, the first UNESCO City of Film. Fitting, don’t you think?
Following the sad news of Ray Harryhausen’s death, we would like to pay tribute to a true animation pioneer whose creativity, innovation and vision influenced many of the leading lights in film.
Toni Booth, Associate Curator here at the Museum, tells the story of the earliest feature length film, and a little piece of sporting history that sits in our archive.
Charles Hazlewood’s documentary short Total Permission is a fascinating account of artists living with disabilities, and the ways their conditions, reflected in their work, have liberated them, and given them … Continue reading
Screening out of competition at the Festival is a series of films from professional animators and studios. Each film on offer showcases the variety of animation techniques that are being … Continue reading
As Bradford Animation Festival draws to a close, and the only thing left to do is say our goodbyes and bid you all adieu until next year (sniff), it’s time … Continue reading
Screening in competition at the Festival are a series of films less than five minutes long that concentrate wit, imagination and creativity into focussed, funny and moving bursts of cinema. … Continue reading
Screening out of competition at the festival are a body of films from students around the globe which show the remarkable talents tucked away in universities and colleges. Kellerkind – … Continue reading
Screening in competition at the Festival are a series of professionally made short films from around the world designed to entrance, enthral and entertain in equal measure. Villa Antropoff – … Continue reading
Screening in competition at the Festival are a series of films conceived and developed by student bodies from around the globe. They offer a taster of work made by new … Continue reading
With the amount of fiction and storytelling on show at the festival, it is easy to overlook the amount of creativity and imagination displayed by animators working in the commercial … Continue reading
We’re telling everyone to wrap up warm and head to Bradford City Park on Saturday 27th October for a giant screen outdoor cinema experience. When our friends at City of … Continue reading