Manchester Animation Festival’s online 2020 event is on now

Manchester Animation Festival

The Manchester Animation Festival is on this week with a virtual offering to showcase and celebrate the animated art form, running until 26th November 2020. 

A Festival Pass, which costs £25, allows you to gain one free ticket to each event/screening (excluding workshops and feature films).

At the MAF marketplace , visit Animation UK’s a virtual stand (supported by the Department for international Trade) to book meetings with us on the day: Animation UK MAF Virtual Stand

Manchester Animation Festival is the UK’s largest Animation Festival dedicated celebration of the animated art form. In normal times, the event is hosted at HOME in Manchester, where the festival brings one of the UK’s biggest animation hubs together and invites the international community to join us to delight in all things animated.

View the full Manchester Animation Festival 2020 Schedule

Buy a pass for £25 – or you can also log in via Facebook | View events here

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