In the Harry Potter universe, can tapestries move, in the same way that photos and paintings can?
I know there are some other questions here already about what level of interactivity there is between photos vs paintings (e.g. talking), but can tapestries — as yet another type of image — move at all? Does this different between the books and the films?
It's been awhile since I've read the books, but rewatching the Order of the Phoenix the other day, I noticed that the Black family tree was completely static:
hp-lexicon has citations from this part of the book, but nothing mentions that the tapestry is moving either, like a photo or painting would.
In the film version of the Half-Blood Prince, when Harry and Ginny are going to the Room of Requirement, there's also a shot of a tapestry in one of the corridors, which is also not moving:
I don't have the books to hand, but I know there's meant to be a Troll Tapestry near the Room of Requirement in the books, but I can't remember if it moves or not. Harry Potter Wikia mentions it does:
The Troll Tapestry was an enormous moving tapestry depicting Barnabas the Barmy's foolish attempt to train a group of eight trolls for the ballet hung on the seventh floor corridor of Hogwarts Castle, opposite the entrance to the Room of Requirement.
And it does cross-reference that to "Chapter 24 (Sectumsempra), Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince", but doesn't provide any direct quote.
So are there are canonical references on whether tapestries can move, and does this change from book universe to film universe?