Get your LIAF passes to watch ALL 24 PROGRAMMES this year!
For the first time ever the whole of LIAF 2020 can be experienced from the comfort of your own home for 10 days from Friday November 27 to Sunday December 6.
All of the usual LIAF events will be recreated virtually, including access to the live LIAF talks after most of the competition screenings with many of the world’s most renowned animators. We will be announcing the list of amazing animators in the next week – get ready to be excited! This is a one-time chance to see LIAF Directors Nag Vladermersky and Malcolm Turner grapple with several of the most creative people in the known Universe.
Passes this year include access to all screenings and talks.
Passes cost just £45 (waged) OR £35 (student/unwaged)
Individual tickets to screenings are £6.
View all the pass and ticketing details and buy here：
BARBICAN SCREENINGS CANCELLED
Sadly we have had to cancel all of this years in-cinema screenings at the Barbican EXCEPT for the Best of the Fest on December 6 due to the lockdown. Refunds are available from the Barbican box-office but all of these screenings will be available to watch online on the LIAF streaming platform.
This year we have been very lucky to have had two LIAF trailers made for us by the talented students at the National Film and TV School – Sophie Bird and Leto Meade. See the trailers and read about the making of them here：
- Ashfall’s New Composer Trailer Featuring Music By Hans Zimmer & Steve Mazzaro
- Mansour Jahani: Prominent Iranian Filmmakers Introduced to World Through Cannes International Film Festival
- Tony, Shelly and the Magic Light – Annecy
- Once Human Developer Showcases Otherworldly Survival Experience through Gameplay Footage
- NetEase Connect 2023 Brings the Heat
- Rube Goldberg Workshop is now available on Quest
- ‘Skull Island’ Netflix Anime Series Sets June 2023 Release Date
- One Military Camp Sandbox Came on May 25