Jerome Dernoncourt, Samuel
Deroubaix, Corentin Laplatte
Clever & bizarre – a rollicking cavalacade of steam powered,
wind up, mixed media madness.
||The Foxhole Manifesto
A laconic, slow-burn pub poem on the pros and cons of interpreting
the many possible paths to (a) God.
||A Journey Across Grandmother
Goregeously drawn film gracefully tracing the various threads of a
relationship between grandmother and granddaughter.
V. Aupetit, M. Maleo, J. Irzenski, F de la Taille,
A. Presal, CW Trebutien
HEY LOOK – MONKEYS! And they’re not real happy bout the
weird little aliens with the power zappers. Chaos.
||La Marche Des Sans
L. Vigroux, N. Laverdure, J Constantial
An intensely detailed film tapping a richly delicious, tormented surrealist
vein of dancing through devastation.
“Animation’s Hard!”. “Hard”.
“There’s no short cuts”. “No short cuts”.
Two animation lecturers nut it out over a beer.
||Journey To The Disney
Robert Marianetti, David Wachtenheim,
A wicked, behind the scenes look at what happened to Walt’s
head – among other scarey Mouseland outrages.
||The Red Shoe
A lady’s red shoe floats past a fisherman. An odd tale mixing
corrupt local officials and mobile defibrillators.
An experiment in mini marsupial slicing, inflating and exploding –
all in the name of science, of course!
||Ten Thousand Pictures
Hell hath no fury like an animator scorned.
Stunning, uber imaginative – a vision that could only be realised
through animation. A figure walks through a fracturing, fractal landscape.
A visually extravagent film – ironically – exploring the
world of the blind.
||Dreams & Desires:
The latest tour de force from this master animator. A wedding video
spirals wildly out of control.
||The Man Who Waited
A bold & striking, wood-cut styled adaptation of the classic Kafka
The full scale of Schwizgebel’s unique ability to construct
a rolling panorama of swirling, colourful perspective bending landscapes
is given full flight in his latest masterpiece. An opening taste of
our ‘technique focus’ this year – hand
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.