> International program #1
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> International program #9
> The Digital Panorama

> Australian Panorama
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> Aeon Flux Collection
> Frame of Mind - Comic Art
.. Meets Animation

> Rosto AD, special guest presents
.. "Mind My Gap" Trilogy

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> Studio Focus: Nukufilm, Estonia
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> Masters of Abstraction
> Frederic Back Retrospective
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> Freaky Fridays - ACMI's Late
...Night Cult Cinema: Fritz The Cat

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> Animation Careers Forum
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> The Great Australian
...Animation Project Launch

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> Workshop: Stop Motion in
.. the Digital Realm

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> Kids' Program #1 - under 18s
> Kids' Program #2 - under 18s
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> BEST OF THE FEST
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International Student
Animation Program
> Student Program #1
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> Student Program #4
> Student Program #5
.. Presentation: YunTech, Taiwan

Thursday 22 June
6.30pm
ACMI Cinema 2


Saturday 24 June
3.30pm (repeat screening)
ACMI Cinema 1

Sinistra Dextra
Marion Arbona, France, 2005 > 7’00
Left hands have long been linked with evil. For one man, however, the right is sinister.
Bus Ride And Flowers In Her Hair
Asaf Agranat, UK, 2005 > 8’52
A long, hot bus ride on a suffocating day through a barren landscape. Flies, flowers and wild ideas.
Woanders
Ulrike Keil, Germany, 2005 > 5’30
They say home is where the heart is, and leaving is harder than one might think.
With No Name
Susanne Richter, Germany, 2005 > 12’00
The evacuation and demolition of a block of flats is documented in stunning, cavalcade of stop-motion.
In My Day
Dave Jones, Australia, 2005 > 5’00
Bridging generations. Students at Natimuk Primary create drawings to illustrate stories by the elders.
Invasion
Matt Abbiss, UK, 2005 > 3’00
A film about colonisation, the cyclical nature of revolution, and the ingenuity of pies.
To Bee Or Not To Be
Isabel Aboim, Portugal, 2005 > 9’00
An exploration of identity through wordplay. An expression of confusion? A self-portrait?
Mela
Reena Kalsi, UK, 2005 > 3’00
A special trip nearly takes a turn for the worse when a lovely balloon catches Jitu’s eye.
I Know Who I Am
Simone Massi, Italy, 2004 > 3’00
An animated poem fluidly portraying the multifaceted nature of identity and self.
The Upset Sky (El Cieclo Enfadado)
Irene Iborra & David Gautier, Spain, 2005 > 3’00
Take notice – there are only so many times we can poke the sky in the eye and get away with it.
Suspended Time (Felfuggesztett)
Laurence Bergeot-Vereb, Hungary, 2004 > 4’45
Images of memory and imagination sway between the beautiful and the frightening.
Rain (Regen)
Michael Sewnarain, Holland, 2005 > 2’25
The invention of cubism is here put down to one artist’s anger towards a bowl of apples.
The True Story Of Sawney Beane
Elizabeth Hobbs, UK, 2005 > 10’00
An intriguing piece of folklore? A grisly fairytale? Or the true story of Sawney Beane?
 


Admission is restricted to 18+
IMPORTANT: Film classification regulations do not allow us to admit any person under the age of 18 years EXCEPT to the Kids Animation 1 & Kids Animation 2.

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