Anibar will hold a series of lectures with the purpose to develop the knowledge and understanding of the history and theory of animated film,by focusing on analyzing and interpreting animated films through different periods of history. Its aim is to deepen the knowledge of Eastern and Central Europe culture and history, to discern political, social and philosophical contexts characteristic of the films’ cultural origin, and to practice skills of creative writing, storytelling and animating. The lectures are being led by Olga and Michal Bobrowska on the 16th, 17th, and 18th at Peja Gallery starting from 14:00.
The first lecture is on 16th of August starting from 14:00-15:30 at Peja’s Art Gallery. Lecture 1: Twins that construct production and create perception: propaganda and censorship. Case study: comparative overview of animated propaganda film from USSR and USA of Cold War era (films of Ivan Ivanov-Vano, John Sutherland and others).
Second lecture starts at 14:00 on 17th of August at Peja’s Art Galery. Lecture 2: “An artistic contraband” – animation as a tool of subversive creation and smuggled political critique in Polish cinema (Daniel Szczechura, Zdzisław Kudła).
The third lecture starts at 14:00 on 18th of August at Peja’s Art Galery. Lecture 3: Animation and music – between art and commercial use. “Miniatures to the Classical Music” (Television Animated Film Studio, Poznań) and music videos of Zbigniew Rybczyński
The organization of this event has been supported by International Visegrad Fund as part of the project “Cultivation of animation culture between Western Balkans and Visegrad Group”.