Following last year’s massively popular FREE short film screenings Brothers Quay in the Crypt, we return to the spooky underground space beneath St Nicholas’ Church in Deptford.

Yuri Norstein (or Norshteyn) is known as one of the world’s greatest animators. Born to a Jewish family in the village of Andreyevka, he grew up in the suburbs of Moscow. After working as an animation artist in some fifty films, Norstein began directing his own in 1968.

Norstein animations have been showered with international awards, and his Tale of Tales has been twice named ‘Best Animated Film of All Time’. His animation technique involves multiple glass planes which can move horizontally as well as toward and away from the camera, giving his animation a magically three-dimensional look.

On Saturday 15 June, St Nicholas Church celebrates its annual community festival, a family-friendly event in the church and its grounds.

We’ll be in the crypt from 1.00pm. The short films will run for 90 minutes or so, and then play again at about 3pm. Audience members are welcome to wander in and out as they please, or stay for all six films.

Where: St Nicholas Church, Deptford Green, Deptford SE8 3DQ Map
When: 1pm – 5pm Saturday 15 June 2013
Tickets: FREE on the door. Donations welcome.

Download the PDF poster