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London Exhibition Watch Me Move to Present World Animation at the ENEA
14.09.2015 16:06
London Exhibition Watch Me Move to Present World Animation at the ENEA

The animation exhibition "Watch Me Move" from London will be opened at the ENEA (aka VDNKh), Moscow from November 18.

      About 150 exhibits of world animation will be presented to Moscow public.

      "The collection of exceptional achievements of the world animation collected by the project curator Greg Hilty includes over 150 exhibits: these are animated films presenting all types of animation, including even sand, silhouette and pixel animation, rotoscoping, stop-motion and shadow play, as well as chronophotography, animated comics, sketches, storyboards and character models, old cameras and film projectors”, - the press service of the exhibition reports.

      In addition to that visitors will see animation experiments of the early 20th century and animated art house of the new wave. The exhibition falls into seven section on various subjects. The Heroes (Flinstowns, South Park, Mickey the Mouse, The Simpsons), Phantoms (The Jurassic Park and other exhibits), The Supermen (Hulk, Super Family and others) are among them.  

      The exhibition Artists of Soyuzmultfilm will carry on with the animation theme at the ENEA – it will run from November 26.


      


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: ENEA Russian Animation Animated Film Festivals VDNKh  

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