> International program #1
> International program #2
> International program #3
> International program #4
> International program #5
> International program #6
> International program #7
> International program #8
> Abstract Panorama

> 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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> Korean Panorama #1
> Korean Panorama #2
> Studio Focus: Nukufilm, Estonia
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> Masters of Abstraction
> Frederic Back Retrospective
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> Animated Documentaries
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> Session for the Deaf
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> Late Night Bizarre!
> Freaky Fridays - ACMI's Late
...Night Cult Cinema: Fritz The Cat

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> Animation Careers Forum
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> Animation 101 - 3 sessions
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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
> Student Program #2
> Student Program #3
> Student Program #4
> Student Program #5
.. Presentation: YunTech, Taiwan

Friday 23 June
6.30pm
ACMI Cinema 2

Sunday 25 June
3.30pm (repeat screening)
ACMI Cinema 1

A Beetle, A Boat, An Apricot
Julia Arnova, Russia, 2004, > 12’00
In a world of wide eyed wonder two children enjoy the sweetness of summer and softness of light.
Beasty
Susi Wilkinson, UK, 2005 > 3’00
Brains are kept in jars, bears fly helicopters, raccoons dance. The hunter is hunted.
Menu
Joana Toste, Portugal, 2005 > 3’00
Hair today, gone tomorrow – someone, somewhere, has a whole head of hair in their soup…
Look For Me
Laura Heit, UK, 2005 > 4’00
What would you do if you woke up one day and found you were invisible?
Everything Turns
Max Hattler, UK, 2005 > 1’15
Mixed, mulched and mangled in the mincing machine of life: the cycle of existence.
Wasps, Geese, Pear-Tree (Darazsak, Ludak, Kortefa)
Laszlo Csaki, Hungary, 2004 > 6’00
A wasp, four drunk geese, a man with a fiery temper, and one very unfortunate pear tree.
Slide
Sharon Katz, Canada, 2005 > 3’52
A small boy confronts his fear - and his overprotective parents - in the playground.
Say When
Todd Kurtzman, USA, 2005 > 4’00
This film starts 10,000 micrometers in the air, and plummets towards the ground. Say when!
Moonraker
Fran Krause, USA, 2004 > 4’30
A solitary astronaut stuck on a lonely moon falls victim to the worst post office in the galaxy.
Masalah
Antonia Kremer Thurit, Germany, 2005 > 4’00
A party. A film to tickle the tastebuds. Outstanding sand animation with a special finish.
Tick-Tack
Boris Despodov, Bulgaria, 2004 > 7’00
Strange creatures and treetop domestic upheavals – a fiesta of colors, swoops, dives and glides.
Din (Chahut)
Gilles Cuvelier, France, 2005 > 11’00
A town that should be hosting a riotous carnival is eerily silent and deserted.
The Back Brace
Andy London & Carolyn London, USA, 2004 > 5’00
Sit up straight and brace yourself for the tale of Andy London, the teenage S-bend and the diabolical cure.
Sucre
Gael Brisou, France, 2005 > 5’39
In a garish Eden, the way to this kitten’s heart is definitely through her stomach.
 


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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