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



Animation 101s

for directions & transport info click here

This year MIAF has its very own space so you can drop in, hang out, recuperate between screenings, catch up with friends and colleagues, check out what's on, talk toons, buy a catalogue, vote for your favourite film, grab a drink or something to nibble on, and take in some special programming.

It will be the base for many of those ‘little moments’ that make a festival memorable. See and be seen, watch the filmmakers watching you, talk/ponder/think/argue animation. It will host a number forums, special screenings and impromptu Q&As throughout the festival. You should still keep your mobile phone switched off but you can talk through the screenings.

You’ll find the Festival Club at the bottom of the escalators just inside the Flinders St entrance.

 

Animation 101s will also be held here, free of charge!

Short talks, screenings and Q&As... all in less than an hour. A brilliant way to learn a lot about a very specific element of the festival and hopefully provide a wider base to try and learn more about animation in general.

Animation 101 #1: Wed 20 June @ 5.15pm
Getting Started

Chris Pahlow and Steph Brotchie are members of ‘D.I.Y. ART’ a small artistic collective established in 2005. Together they have produced a series of independent films without any funding or practical technical support including “Fraught” which is playing in competition.
Using examples from their earlier films, they will address the ways in which the absence of budget and/or industry experience forces independent filmmakers to develop new ways of story-telling and invent new economic animation and filmic techniques to convey their ideas.

Animation 101 #2: Thu 21 June @ 5.15pm
Music & Animation: Equal Partners

“Rip” is a remarkable and charming film – an ethereal melding of visual imagery and a specially composed string quartet piece. Animator, Janette Goodey, is adamant that the music was an equal element in the overall creation process of “Rip”, a fundamental part of the film’s DNA. The story of how these two elements of the finished work developed as ‘equal partners’ during the film’s creation is an interesting one and highlights the often overlooked importance of music to the success of many animated films. Goodey and composer Claire Nash will talk about this partnership of elements, their determination to give the music and the imagery ‘equal billing’ and how this work was completed.

Animation 101 #3: Fri 22 June @ 5.15pm
Guest Presentation: MAD Academy

The multimedia animation and design (MAD) academy was established in Adelaide in 1998. Specialising in training students in 3D animation for a wide range of industrial and commercial clients, the MAD Academy is an authorised Autodesk Training Centre and is busy expanding its range of courses to capitalise on the Autodesk Groups’ acquisition of Alias Wavefront | Maya. MAD Academy’s Michael Kerylidis will talk about the ACTUAL commercial animation environment that students must be trained for, the skills they will need to join the workforce and the kind of projects that they will find themselves working on once they start drawing a paycheck.

 


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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