Animate Projects distributes and exhibits a number of titles from the catalogue. Here is a summary of the works available, for screenings, gallery exhibition or for educational purposes. If you would like to discuss hiring or exhibiting a work further please contact us at email@example.com.
Animate Touring Programmes
We offer five touring programmes of selected Animate films. Please download the programme information below. Bespoke packages can also be arranged on request.
AnimateTV Archive films
All the AnimateTV films from 1991 to 2008, commissioned through the Arts Council England and Channel 4 project, are available as individual titles through LUX. Visit LUX for hire information.
In autumn 2010 we published a limited-edition retrospective DVD of selected AnimateTV Archive films from the past twenty years. Please visit the Shop for information on how to purchase a copy. For trade orders please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coastcards and Stop. Watch.
The Coastcards and Stop. Watch. programmes are both available for DVD screenings.
Hiraki Sawa's did I? is available for gallery installation and cinema and festival screenings.
...in a rose columned forest
Edwina Ashton's animated film is available for gallery installation and cinema and festival screenings.
Primitive: A Letter to Uncle Boonmee
Apichaptong Weerasethakul’s short film is available for cinema and festival screenings. It has won several awards including the Grand Prize at the Oberhausen Film Festival.
Primitive: Phantoms of Nabua
Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s Phantoms of Nabua is available for gallery installation. The film has been shown internationally, including exhibitions at BFI Gallery, London; Sao Paulo Biennial, Brazil; and MOCCA, Canada. Please contact Jacqui Davies about hires.
Whose Toes by Barry Doupe, The Collaborators by Ann Course and Mr Panz by Edwina Ashton are available individually for gallery exhibition, festival and cinema screenings.
If you are interested in showing this work, please contact Kate MacGarry - email@example.com.