‘PGR Event’ at the University of Wolverhampton

Exciting schedule of events in the first week of November in Wolverhampton. The University of Wolverhampton is holding an animation postgraduate research event curated by animated documentary director and academic Samantha Moore, as well as the start of the Flip Animation Festival. More details below:
The full programme of presentations is now available on-line for our animation post graduate research event at the University of Wolverhampton on Thursday November 1st 2012.The day will consist of presentations by current animation PhD students from universities around the UK. They will be talking about their work in progress; an interesting mix of work about activism in animation, animation as therapy, animation and genre …

The full programme is available on the website https://sites.google.com/site/wolverhamptonanimationpgr/home

“The event at the university is free, although you must book your place with us (please e-mail S.Moore[at]wlv.ac.uk to do so). We would like to encourage animation PhD students, supervisors and those considering undertaking post graduate research in animation to attend, so if you know anyone who would find this useful please do pass on the details.That day marks the start of the Flip animation festival and we’ve arranged the day so that you can go on to attend a special guest screening, Q&A and animation quiz in the evening if you’d like to stay on (there will be a separate cost for this at a reduced rate for our attendees). There will also be a dinner before the Flip festival kicks off, at a cost per head of approximately £19 each. Please let me know if you would like to book a seat for this. We hope to see you in Wolverhampton in November!”

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About Ellie Land

I am a British Animation Director, Researcher and Senior Lecturer. My specialist area is animated documentary, my films screen internationally at film festivals and exhibitions. Recently, my work on the feature film Irene’s Ghost was nominated for a BIFA Award in 2018 and was cited as one of the best films of 2019 by the Guardian. My short-animated documentary Bathroom Privileges for the BFI won the AHRC Research in Film (Animation) Award 2020. I am Programme Leader of Animation BA at Northumbria University. I am on the editorial board for Animation, Practice, Process and Production. I am the co – founder of AnimatedDocumentary.com.

2 thoughts on “‘PGR Event’ at the University of Wolverhampton

  1. Sorry, the links doesn’t work, they take you to a web exchange mail with password required!

    Carolina El 06/10/2012, a las 11:48, ANIMATED DOCUMENTARY escribi:

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