Join Bristol Festival of Puppetry Film Curator, Joseph Wallace in conversation with BFP Co-Producer Rachel McNally.
Rachel and Joseph will be talking about the inspiration and thinking behind this year’s film programme, the relationship between live puppetry, film and animation and posing the question: Are there any boundaries?
Joseph is a film and theatre director based in London. His short animated and live-action award-winning films have been screened internationally. Puppets play an important part in Joseph’s performance and animation work alike. He has made and toured work in the UK, Europe and USA and was nominated for a BAFTA Cymru award in 2012.
Festival Breakfasts are informal conversations over tea, coffee and breakfast. They offer a chance to talk with artists and producers and reflect on wider debates and news affecting puppetry and animation. For more Festival Breakfasts visit the BFP website.
No need to book, just come along.
Running Time 60 mins
Bristol Festival of Puppetry
Bristol Festival of Puppetry brings the best of puppetry from around the world to the city, and showcases a wealth of UK talent. With over 100 artists performing, 50 live performances including world and UK premieres and a heap of free events and activities, the Bristol Festival of Puppetry is a key event in the puppetry diary that runs from Wednesday 26 August to Sunday 6 September. The festival offers workshops in everything from stop-frame animation to object theatre and culminates in a spectacular procession of giant puppets through the streets of Bristol. For more information visit the Puppet Place website.