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Canterbury Anifest http://www.canterburyanifest.com Sat, 15 Nov 2014 13:47:32 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Canterbury Anifest 2014 Short Film Competition Results http://www.canterburyanifest.com/news/canterbury-anifest-2014-short-film-competition-results/ http://www.canterburyanifest.com/news/canterbury-anifest-2014-short-film-competition-results/#comments Tue, 04 Nov 2014 12:04:46 +0000 http://www.canterburyanifest.com/?p=4751 On Friday 31st October 2014, Canterbury Anifest screened the shortlisted submissions to this year’s Short Film Competition and announced the winners of each category at Augustine House, Canterbury.

Below you can find the results. Thank you to everyone who put forward their hard work for this year’s competition, the sheer number of quality submissions made the process of picking a winner particularly daunting for our judges!

Regardless of the results, it’s clear that many animators have a very bright future ahead of them. The team at Canterbury Anifest wishes them all continued success in the field of animation.

Congratulations to the winners, Canterbury Anifest hopes to hear from many of you again in 2015!

 

Best British 2014

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Annlin Chao – The Phantom on the Cliff

Ignatz Johnson Higham – Dömestik

Jesse Collett – Boom is Life

Joe Bichard – The Waldgeist & Me

Stephen McNally – Meanwhile   – Winner

 

Best British Newcomer 2014

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Harriet Titlow – Cluttered

Kevin Smy & Georgi Chapman – Frankenstein the Musical Prometheus

Roos Mattaar – Moonbird

Simon Partington – Slumberless   – Winner

Solly Vaughan – Insideout

 

Best International 2014

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Carlos de Carvalho – Juste de L’eau

Fabian Koppenhöfer – Fänger

PrimerFrame – Katakroken   – Winner

Mashaallah Mohammadi – Photo/ax

Natalya Berezovaya – Piglet – Babysitter

 

Best International Newcomer 2014

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Alexandra Averyanova – Shades of Gray

Nicolás Conte – Yo te Quiero! (I Want It!)   – Winner

Sean Buckelew – Hopkins & Delaney LLP

Sooyoung Byun – Edward

Yanlai Chen – My Seashell Memory

 

Critic’s Choice 2014

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Stephen McNally – Meanwhile

Ignatz Johnson Higham – Dömestik

Nicolas Ménard – Loop Ring Chop Drink

Joseph Wallace – Natural Disaster

Oleksandr Danylenko – Swan   - Winner

 

Some of the animated shorts submitted to this year’s competition are now available for public viewing!

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Opening Night success for Canterbury Anifest http://www.canterburyanifest.com/news/opening-night-success-for-canterbury-anifest/ http://www.canterburyanifest.com/news/opening-night-success-for-canterbury-anifest/#comments Tue, 28 Oct 2014 09:24:48 +0000 http://www.canterburyanifest.com/?p=4654 10728831_10152872302749783_443518341_n 10733630_10152872303294783_1304958555_n 10752147_10152872303094783_480882414_n 10752111_10152872300264783_642799716_n 10752020_10152872303504783_1304609942_n 10744571_10152872300094783_1312767197_n

Thank you to everyone who joined us for an incredible opening night to Anifest 2014. We have had some wonderful feedback from those who came along to watch the evening of short films, and what a superb programme of short films they were!

The Films

I May Be Some Time – Ana Stefaniak
The Phantom On The Cliff – Annlin Chao
WATSON Your Mind – Gemma Bright
Domestik – Ignatz Johnson Higham
Leviathan Ages – Jon Yeo
Meanwhile – Stephen McNally
Cluttered – Harriet Titlow
Although – Eszter Jánka
Shades of Gray – Aexandra Averyanova
I Want! – Nicolás Conte
Hopkins and Delaney LLP – Sean Buckelew
Edward – Sooyoung Byun
My Seashell Memory – Yanlai Chen

We look forward to seeing you throughout the week of Anifest 2014!

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Japanese Tea Ceremony http://www.canterburyanifest.com/events/japanese-tea-ceremony/ http://www.canterburyanifest.com/events/japanese-tea-ceremony/#comments Sun, 26 Oct 2014 09:52:01 +0000 http://www.canterburyanifest.com/?post_type=event&p=4630 The Gulbenkian
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Japanese Tea Ceremony

01/11/2014 - 02/11/2014 - All Day

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Saturday 1st November – 12pm to 1pm
Sunday 2nd November – 11am to 12pm

Experience an authentic traditional Japanese Tea Ceremony in the heart of Canterbury.

The students of Chaucer College Canterbury will be performing the iconic and beautifully choreographed Japanese Tea Ceremony, also referred to as ‘Chanoyu’, ‘Sado’ or simply ‘Ocha’.

This is a choreographic ritual of preparing and serving Japanese green tea; the process is not about drinking tea, but is about aesthetics, preparing a bowl of tea in a stunning yet precise manner. The host of the ceremony always considers the guests with every movement and gesture. Even the placement of the tea utensils is considered from the guests view point.

The Japanese Tea Ceremony will be taking place on Saturday 1st November and Sunday 2nd November in the Gulbenkian Foyer.

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About Chaucer College Canterbury

Chaucer College was established in 1992 by the Shumei Foundation, a Japanese educational charitable organisation. Amongst our purposes is to promote international co-operation and friendship through the medium of the study of the English language.

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Japanese Arts and Games with Chaucer College (Walk-in Session) http://www.canterburyanifest.com/events/japanese-arts-and-games-with-chaucer-college-walk-in-session/ http://www.canterburyanifest.com/events/japanese-arts-and-games-with-chaucer-college-walk-in-session/#comments Sun, 26 Oct 2014 09:41:18 +0000 http://www.canterburyanifest.com/?post_type=event&p=4627 CGUS
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Japanese Arts and Games with Chaucer College (Walk-in Session)

01/11/2014 - 02/11/2014 - 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

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Saturday 1st November – 1.30pm to 3pm
Sunday 2nd November – 1pm to 2.30pm

Join the students of Chaucer College Canterbury at Gulbenkian for an fun filled activity session, where there will be multiple stations for you to:

  • Play Japanese Games
  • Learn to speak Japanese
  • Draw Manga
  • Draw Calligraphy
  • A musical performance (Foyer Main Stage)
  • Plus much more

This lively session has something for everyone, and offers an exciting opportunity to learn from Japanese nationals in the UK.

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About Chaucer College Canterbury

Chaucer College was established in 1992 by the Shumei Foundation, a Japanese educational charitable organisation. Amongst our purposes is to promote international co-operation and friendship through the medium of the study of the English language.

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A2 to close near Canterbury during Anifest 2014 weekend http://www.canterburyanifest.com/news/a2-to-close-near-canterbury-during-anifest-2014-weekend/ http://www.canterburyanifest.com/news/a2-to-close-near-canterbury-during-anifest-2014-weekend/#comments Mon, 20 Oct 2014 12:46:25 +0000 http://www.canterburyanifest.com/?p=4616 Canterbury Anifest 2014 Logo

The A2 between Brenley Corner, where the road meets the M2, and Wincheap is being rebuilt over the weekends leading up to December 1st, this includes the Saturday and Sunday of Canterbury Anifest 2014! The road will be closed from 8pm on the Friday until 6am on the Monday.

A fully signed diversion will be in place via the A299 and A256 during the closures. So if you’re travelling in to Canterbury to attend Anifest 2014, please take this into account for your journey and adjust accordingly.

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Japanese Language Taster Lesson http://www.canterburyanifest.com/events/japanese-language-taster-lesson-2/ http://www.canterburyanifest.com/events/japanese-language-taster-lesson-2/#comments Wed, 15 Oct 2014 13:23:42 +0000 http://www.canterburyanifest.com/?post_type=event&p=4608 Colyer-Fergusson Seminar Room (CSFR)
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Japanese Language Taster Lesson

02/11/2014 - 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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Canterbury Anifest 2014 is offering a unique opportunity for anybody attending the festival who have little or no experience with the Japanese language, but who might have an interest in learning. Chie Onoda, a professional Japanese teacher, will be leading two introductory, one-hour lessons on Sunday 2nd November. These taster sessions will provide an adequate introduction to the Japanese language through the study of some useful phrases and basic conversation. It might just be the first stepping stone in encouraging you to seek further tutelage! Best of all, these lessons are completely free, so please book a ticket and come along if you’ve ever been interested in the study another language.

About the tutor

Chie grew up and also graduated in Tokyo, Japan. She has been teaching Japanese to both students and staff at the University of Kent since 2004. Chie is currently an assistant lecturer in Japanese at the Centre for English and World Languages.

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Japanese Language Taster Lesson

02/11/2014 - 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

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Canterbury Anifest 2014 is offering a unique opportunity for anybody attending the festival who have little or no experience with the Japanese language, but who might have an interest in learning. Chie Onoda, a professional Japanese teacher, will be leading two introductory, one-hour lessons on Sunday 2nd November. These taster sessions will provide an adequate introduction to the Japanese language through the study of some useful phrases and basic conversation. It might just be the first stepping stone in encouraging you to seek further tutelage! Best of all, these lessons are completely free, so please book a ticket and come along if you’ve ever been interested in the study another language.

About the tutor

Chie grew up and also graduated in Tokyo, Japan. She has been teaching Japanese to both students and staff at the University of Kent since 2004. Chie is currently an assistant lecturer in Japanese at the Centre for English and World Languages.

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Colyer-Fergusson Seminar Room (CSFR) http://www.canterburyanifest.com/locations/colyer-fergusson-seminar-room-csfr/ http://www.canterburyanifest.com/locations/colyer-fergusson-seminar-room-csfr/#comments Tue, 14 Oct 2014 14:41:55 +0000 http://www.canterburyanifest.com/locations/colyer-fergusson-seminar-room-csfr/
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Kent Film Office Becomes Official Funder http://www.canterburyanifest.com/news/kent-film-office-becomes-official-funder/ http://www.canterburyanifest.com/news/kent-film-office-becomes-official-funder/#comments Wed, 08 Oct 2014 16:02:51 +0000 http://www.canterburyanifest.com/?p=4595 Kent Film Office logo Medium Web view

We are delighted to announce that Kent Film Office has become Canterbury Anifest 2014’s newest Co-Funder!

The grant from Kent Film Office will go towards the Canterbury Anifest Educational Programme 2014, which aims to offer young professionals and individuals with an interest in working in film a unique opportunity to learn from some of the industry’s top professionals.

Canterbury Anifest’s 2014 Educational Programme will offer a rich program in which young professionals can learn more about the industry; from Woolly Vision’s Masterclass Making “Tickled Pink”, a behind the scenes session in which attendees can learn more about being an animator and the industry itself, to talks with top industry professionals such as Producer and Animator, Andy Frain, who will be sharing his experiences working in the Japanese Animation Industry, particularly focusing on his work as Producer for Ghost in the Shell.

In addition to this, there will be a host of Japanese Animation films, which will educate young enthusiasts on the genres and techniques of Japanese Animation, all of which will be followed be an opportunity to meet with other audience members in the Gulbenkian foyer to discuss the films.

There will also be filmmakers in attendance; the filmmakers from the Canterbury Anifest Short Film Competition will be joining us at the festival, and answering the your questions.

 

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