FLAMIN at the London Short Film Festival
London Short Film Festival began last week at the ICA, running until Sunday 15 January. The Festival showcases new documentary, experimental and fictional short films alongside a programme of special events.
Don’t miss the FLAMIN commissioned experimental animation Love in Idleness by Kim Noce, shown as part of the New Shorts: Animation Selection event on Friday 13 January. Tickets are still available!
The short was commissioned as part of FLAMIN’s experimental animation programme Still Shakespeare, inspired by original research by Sally Barnden and produced in partnership with the London Shakespeare Centre at King’s College London and animation companies Film Club at Th1ng and Sherbert. Ideas were developed during workshops supported by the Cultural Institute at King’s College London.
Image: Kim Noce, Love in Idleness (2016)