Thursday at 7:30 p.m. - January 16, 2020
Sala Aleix Carrió
Born and raised in London, Anna Ginsburg is a filmmaker with a diverse range of talents. Anna specialises in combining different techniques and approaches, working across traditional hand drawn 2D, stop-motion, digital imagery and live-action.
Anna's first music video for Bombay Bicycle Club's 'How Can You Swallow So Much Sleep?' won a Bafta at the New Talent Awards. Since then Anna has received incredible praise for her film ‘Private Parts’, which was screened at film festivals worldwide.
More recently Anna has directed two films for Selfridges and a short film 'What is Beauty?' released for International Women's Days 2018, which has received over 15 million hits.
Her latest film 'Ugly' was a collaboration with painter Melissa Kitty Jarram and was released for World Refugee Day 2019 and screened at Glastonbury festival.
Watch some of the works of Anna Ginsburg in her Vimeo channel.
Spinning Aubergines, Talking Genitals and the Oldest Women on Earth
An honest account of her creative process both technical and conceptual. From her love of music video, animated documentary and the mixing of traditional and digital animation techniques to the formation of her first short film 'Private Parts'. This animated documentary (involving real voice recorded interviews are visualised as talking vaginas and penises) was a real turning point for her career. She will explain us where her desire to make it came from and the process. In the summer of 2017 her little sister was hospitalised with Anorexia for the 3rd time, after 8 years of struggling with the disease. She will discuss how witnessing her sisters' struggling got her thinking about beauty ideals and examine how fast the definition of beauty changes resulting on her film for International Women's Day 2018 'What is Beauty?'. She will finish with a screening of her latest film 'Ugly'.