Saturday 9 March from 5:20pm // In Motion Finale – Aberdeen’s Centre for Contemporary Art. Gallery exhibitions, printmaking, photography, film & video, digital media

March 9, 2013

Saturday 9 March from 5:20pm // In Motion Finale

07 March 2013

Arts Across Learning Workshops Film Screening

At 5:20pm we will be screening the short film made by groups of P7 children from two local schools, edited by Thomas Hicks.

This will be followed by the final In Motion Film Screening at 6pm. If you’re coming to both, don’t forget to buy your ticket for A Town Called Panic.

A Town Called Panic

Stephane Aubier, Vincent Patar, 2009 Belgium, France, 75 minutes, cert. PG

Saturday 9 March, 6pm, The Belmont Picturehouse

‘Cowboy and Indian’s plan to surprise Horse with a homemade birthday present backfires when they destroy his house instead’.

This unusual feature (a French-Belgian-Luxembourgian co-production) stylistically recalls the work of Art Clokey (Gumby, Davey and Goliath), with its lead cast consisting entirely of stop motion-animated children’s toys. The premise concerns two such toys — Cowboy (Stéphane Aubier) and Indian (Bruce Ellison) — who plan to buy a birthday gift for their friend Horse (the voice of Vincent Patar) but accidentally destroy his house. A series of wacky, often hallucinatory adventures ensues that finds the trio journeying to the center of the earth, wandering across icy tundra and discovering a strange aquatic world inhabited by oddball beings with pointed heads. Benoît Poelvoorde (Man Bites Dog) provides one of the voices. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi

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