Manipulate Festival Events: 9th February

Don't miss the last day of the manipulate festival with a whole host of events to choose from on 9th February!

Manipulate Festival Events: 9th February

About Manipulate Festival Events: 9th February

Snapshots 3
10.30am, Age 13+
Creative work in progress sharings by Lewis Sherlock, Selina Mallè and Iain McClure.

Phonotrope Animations
11am – 6pm, Free, drop-in, Age 12+
Phonotropes provide a unique approach to creating animation utilising a record player and live action camera. This analogue/?lm hybrid offers endless spontaneous acts of animation limited only by the desire of the pen wielder. Come and try this easy to use and exciting technique, no experience necessary!

Animated Highlights: 2018
12noon, Age 12+
Curated by The Edinburgh Short Film Festival, a programme of brilliant, dynamic shorts.

The Art of Stop-motion Animation
2pm, Age 12+
An illustrated talk by animator and director Will Becher, from the team at Aardman (responsible for award-winning productions such as Wallace and Gromit and Shaun the Sheep).

Life Journeys – Animating the World
4pm, Age 12+
One artist's journey from a very poor Polish town to the glamour of Hollywood. Balbina Bruszewska is a multi-award winning, internationally acclaimed animator, collage artist, filmmaker, designer and philosopher.

Images & Words: A Double Bill
6pm, Age 12+
Two short films by Ainslie Henderson / Femmes Film Curators Collective & Hail of Bright Stones Scotland.

Contemporary Animation: South American Master
7.15pm, Age 12+
Bursting with powerful metaphors, surreal landscapes, and haunting images, Carlos Santa’s imaginative animated films were created within a context of a country ravaged by bloody civil war.

Clown Cabaret Special Edition
9pm, Age 12+
A mischievous melange of contemporary clowning and physical comedy with a dark delicious dash of Bouffon to round of manipulate, a delightfully daft evening with some of Scotland’s finest clowns.



Various Prices - see event website for details
Performances: £15/£11/£9
Rising Voices: £8/£6
Screenings: £8/£6
Snapshots & Testroom: £3

* Multi-buy offer: book for multiple performances and save up to 25%
3-4 shows 10%
5-6 shows 15%
7-9 shows 20%
10-11 shows 25%

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