In 2016 you can still visit the blog by Jez Stewart of the BFI, join the discussion and add your own memories of the studio: http://halasbatchelor75.co.uk/
The newly restored collection of 18 of Halas & Batchelors' best ever short films is available on DVD and Blueray, Animal Farm has never looked so good since it's restoration and there are still wonderful books about the studio to buy online so don't hold back. Just go to the DVD and books pages and order now!
20 - 24 April
Think of the Future in Germany
Florian Wuest will be showing Think of the Future
23 June to 21 August 2016
Dilemma in Budapest
Art work by designer Janos Kass who worked on the film Dilemma http://www.halasandbatchelor.co.uk/clips.asp?subarea=clips&clip=8 will be shown as part of an exhibition on early computer graphics curated by Marton Oroz at the National Museum of Fine Arts http://welovebudapest.com/events/hungarian.artists.and.the.computer.the.reconstruction.of.an.exhibition
23 June to 21 Agust
A Memory of Moholy-Nagy in Budapest
As part of an exhibition focusing on the legacy of the Bauhaus in Hungary The Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest will be showing A Memory of Moholy-Nagy with early computer sequences by Tamas Waliczky. As an introduction Marton Oroz will also show What is a Computer.
Animal Farm in Brighton at the Fabrica
Vivien Halas and Jez Steward of the BFI will be presenting the work of Halas & Batchelor and screening Animal Farm at The Fabrica Brighton at 19.30 hours.
An Ode to Joy in Seaford
A short talk and presentation of the work of Joy Batchelor to Probis.
Venue and time to be announced.
18 of the best short films
Animal Farm 1954
Think of the Future
John and Joy 1946