Tuesday 19 June
C2
6.30pm
8.30pm
 

International Program #1
International Program #1 repeat

Wednesday 20 June
FC
C1

C2
5.15pm
5.15pm

7.30pm


9.00pm
 

Animation 101 #1
Siggraph 2006 Highlights
presented by Mad Academy
Int’l Program #6:
Digital Panorama

presented by Mad Academy
Roger Ramjet

Thursday 21 June
FC
C1






C2
5.15pm
5.15pm

7.00pm

8.30pm


5.00pm
6.30pm
8.15pm
  Animation 101 #2
Teen Program
presented by Holmesglen TAFE
Careers in Animation Forum
presented by Holmesglen TAFE
A History of CG Animation:
The View from Siggraph

presented by Mad Academy
Student Program #1
International Program #2
International Program #9:
Long Shorts
Friday 22 June
FC
C1



C2
5.15pm
6.15pm
8.15pm

10.00pm
5.00pm
6.30pm
8.00pm
  Animation 101 #3
WIFT Program
International Program #7:
Abstract Panorama

Freaky Friday
Student Program #2
International Program #3
International Program #4
Saturday 23 June
C1






C2
1.30pm
3.15pm
5.00pm

7.15pm


11.00am
1.00pm
2.30pm
4.15pm
5.30pm
7.30pm
9.15pm
  International Program #2 repeat
Masters of Polish Animation #1
Int’l Program #8:
Painting Panorama

Int’l Program #6:
Digital Panorama
repeat
presented by Mad Academy
Kids Program
Student Program #3
Australian Panorama #1
Asiawatch: Best of Indie Anifest
Australian Panorama #2
International Program #5
Late Night Bizarre
Sunday 24 June
C1



C2
1.15pm
3.00pm
4.45pm
6.30pm
1.00pm
2.30pm
4.15pm
6.00pm
8.00pm
10.00pm
  Masters of Polish Animation #2
International Program #3 repeat
International Program #4 repeat
International Program #5 repeat
Student Program #4
Painting Classics
Roger Ramjet repeat
Retrospective: Fred Crippen
Best of the Festival
Best of the Festival repeat
FC = Festival Club
C1 = Cinema 1
C2 = Cinema 2

Saturday 23 June
5.30pm
ACMI Cinema 2

see also
> Australian Panorama #1: 23 June, 2.30pm

A ‘snap shot’ of the contemporary animation scene in Australia. Each year, the Melbourne International Animation Festival gathers a collection of recently released films by established Australian animators and mixes them with films by promising newcomers to give audiences a feel for what is happening and what the future of the artform might hold.

This year, there were so many outstanding Australian entries that we have extended the Australian Panorama out to two programs. And we’ll be going all out with some sidebar programs of talks and Q&As. And we’ll be putting a collection of these films on the road – sending them out all around this big brown land and around the world.

Carnivore Reflux
The People's Republic of Animation
7'00, 2006
We humans sure do eat a lotta animals!
Cry From The Past
Susan Stamp
6'00, 2007

Exquisitely crafted. A personal history of a gentle ocean side matriach.
Drained
Gav Stevenson
3'30, 2005
Water shortages? The fish have had enuf and they’re fighting back.
Fraught
Stephanie Brotchie, Chris Pahlow, Maia Tarrell
6'00, 2006

Fraught tales - large, small, embarrassing and occassionally pornagraphic.
Gargoyle
Michael Cusack
9'30, 2006
An evocative, midnight-black collection of after dark creatures.
Paper City Architects
Daniel Agpa
6'30, 2006
A meticulously created film depicting one man's battle with uncaring power.
The Lecture
Clint Cure
4'00, 2006

“Animation’s hard!”. “Hard”. “There’s no shortcuts”. “No shortcuts”
Fluid
Lachlan Dean
3'00, 2006
An ethereal film reminding us animation is all about the illusion of movement.
The Flight
Hung Lin
3'00, 2006
Even in this day and age, not everyone is comfortable with the notion of flying.
Gloomy Valentine
Isabel Peppard
5'50, 2006

The hilltop highs and the floating black hearted moments of a gloomy valentine.
The Designer
John Lewis
10'00, 2007
WORLD PREMIERE! In a world of metal, a lone being fashions new creatures with pieces of his own flesh.


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 Program, Teen Program, Roger Ramjet & Careers in Animation Forum.

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