LABoral will be present at Mercaplana with an animation film cycle

The Centro de Arte offers sessions every day from 6 pm with free entry for visitors to the hall

Published: Dec 21, 2012
LABoral will be present at Mercaplana with an animation film cycle

A caption of one of the animation film, made by Gobelin. Photo: LABoral

LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial in Gijón will be present at the Mercaplana 2012 Fair for Children and Young People, taking place from 22 December 2012 until 4 January 2013 at Gijón’s Luis Adaro Conference and Exhibition Centre. The art centre will run an animated film cycle with a selection of films specifically conceived and adapted for children and young people. The screenings will be shown every day at 6 pm in the space occupied by LABoral at the hall and can be accessed for free.

This reaffirms LABoral’s commitment to bringing the art centre’s activities closer to its audiences and contributing to the spreading of the most recent cultural forms emerging from new technologies.

Animation has always been present in the LABoral programme through various workshops and cinema cycles. This field is equally related to cinema and plastic arts, given its manual- and artisan-like nature. The aim now is to screen different films with a programme which includes anonymous films from the beginning of the 20th century, the pioneering works of the Spaniard Segundo de Chomón, Czech cinema from the 1960s, and also pieces made by GOBELIN, L’Ecole de L’Image - one of the most prestigious schools of contemporary animation based in France.

Films
Session 1:
Svankmajer, Jan. Alice. 1h 26'

Session 2:
Pié Barba, Marcel. Five months trying to draw New York. 2' 27"
Balej, Jan. Jedje noci v jednom meste [One Night in One City]. 13' 59"
Ballester, Arnal. La Pesca [Fishing]. 39"
Laboratorium. In Love. 58"
Corte, María. Sr. Ningú [Mr Nobody]. 5' 33"
Henrard, Florence. La Chanson de Satie [Satie’s Song]. 3' 57"
Meneses, Pepón. Vida d´Asterió, anomenat Minotaure.1' 54"
Millán, Pablo, A Meiga Chuchona [The Bloodsucking Witch]. 8' 04"

Session 3:
Eames, Charles & Ray. Tocatta for Toy Trains.13' 39"

Eames, Charles & Ray. Tops. From star of jazz. 3' 10"
Eames, Charles & Ray. Kaleisdoscope Jazz Chair. 6' 38"
Gaspar, Mercedes. Esclavos [Slaves]. 9' 38"
Alkabetz, Gil, Rubicon. 7' 05"
Pes. Game Over. 1' 34"
Fornaguera, Dani. Recuerdos [Memories]. 3' 44"

Session 4:
Fleischer, Max. Betty Boop in Parade of the Wooden Soldiers. 7' 59"
Schwizgebel, Georges. Jeu. 3' 58"
POP GAS, Las vacaciones de Bip Bop. 2'
Henrard, Florence. Lili et Le Loup [Lily and the Wolf]. 4' 30"
*CRIS, Fallos de racord. 4' 07"
*CRIS, Sin título [Untitled]. 5' 01"
Schwizgebel, Georges. "Hors Jeu" [Off-side]- 5' 51"
SCHWIZGEBEL, Georges. 78 Tours. 3' 53"
Pié Barba, Marcel. La 72.024 mil·lèssima part d´un any. 5' 08"
Laboratorium. La vie en rose. 2' 38"
Laboratorium, Moby Dick. 2' 31"

Session 5:
Osamu Tezuka selection (1962-1988). 2h 40m (approx.)

Session 6:
Segundo de Chomón selection (1903-1912). 2h 15m (approx.)

The designed programme has been structured with children primarily in mind and adapts LABoral’s discourse for kids and young people.

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