London International Animation Festival

The first opportunity to see Tito on Ice in the UK will be during the 10th Anniversary edition of London International Animation Festival. Founded in 2003, LIAF “aims to dispel the popular misconception that animation is just cartoons for kids by screening the broadest possible range of intelligent, entertaining and provocative current films on offer from all around the world”…

Premiere screening on Monday 28 October 21.00 at The Horse Hospital.

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PRIMANIMA

TITO ON ICE will be the opening feature film of PRIMANIMA World Festival of First Animations 2013 in Budaörs, Hungary. The Hungarian premiere is scheduled on Wednesday 23 October 17.00 at the Primanima festival center (Jókai Mór Cultural Centre), in presence of both directors who will meet the audience for a Q&A session after the screening.

Parallel with the film festival, the exhibition I FEEL GREAT – comics art by Max Andersson will be presented at Roham Bar, 22-24 Dohány str. in Budapest. Opening Tuesday 22 October at 20.30.

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Last but not least there is a master class, The Genesis of Sick Ideas, with Max Andersson on Friday 25 October 16.00, also at the festival center. Admission is free.

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São Paulo International Film Festival

The Latin American premiere of TITO ON ICE will take place in one of the world’s most important film events, the São Paulo International Film Festival – also known as Mostra.

The film will participate in the official competition section, Competição Novos Diretores. Screening times and venues:

  • Friday 25 October 17.50 at Reserva cultural 1 (Latin American premiere)
  • Saturday 26 October 15.20 at Espaço itaú de cinema – Frei caneca 2
  • Wednesday 30 October 15.45 at Espaço itaú de cinema – Frei caneca 5
  • Thursday 31 October 18.20 at Espaço itaú de cinema – Frei caneca 4

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The unconventional and radical approach of TITO ON ICE to history, journalism and documentary filmmaking demanded the creation of an entire world made up of discarded fragments and waste products – little shreds of “reality”, collected and meticulously pieced together again to form a new kind of realism. Designed and created by Max Andersson with contributions by fellow artists Lars Sjunnesson and Gunnar Lundkvist, the sets mix present, past and future locations – geographical as well as psychological – mirrored through several layers of subjectivity. Some of these landscapes and interiors were displayed at exhibitions in Ljubljana and Berlin (where the pictures above were taken).