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HALLOWEEN SHORTS:
THE WORLD OF COMICS IN SHORT FILMS


Halloween joins forces with animator Kate Anderson to bring a varied and rarely screened selection of animations and films. We have some exclusive screenings by comic artists who work closely with the web and Flash sites to promote their art, such as David Shrigley, Matt Abbiss, Dave Cooper, and Tony Millionaire (with his Maakies and Sock Monkey sites), plus Shrigley’s work with Shynola. There will also be the work of Jamie Hewlett who hit gold with his Gorillaz project. Plus the award winning short Chasing Kevin by Scott Cramer & Randy Appell, following a filmmaker’s journey to become the next Kevin Smith and upsetting Jay & Silent Bob on the way.

Where: ICA, The Mall, London
When: Wednesday, June 9, 2004

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Paul Tierney

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