M. Nove-Josserand, P. Kraft, F. Mounie
A mournful, jazz rabbit carefully lays his trusty old trumpet to
rest – provoking an unpredictable but rousing repsonse.
Moments Of I Don't
Deceptively simple, elegant hand drawn animation following the ebbs
and flows of a everyday conversation.
Songs From The Haven
An easy inclusion in the program. A film that draws from a rich
gallery of stencil & street art imagery with a great sound track
thrown in for good measure.
A statue of a soldier runs amok amidst a cityscape of questions and
A stylistic tour de force; hand drawn Russian animation at it finest.
A simple talk of life in a snowy village.
New Zealand, 1'30
A short, elegantly animated work seamlessly entwined with an especially
created - equally elegant – classical music piece.
||Without An Of
An intense, visually arresting tracking shot of a desparate rush down
a street – with a twist and a push at the end.
||Bows And Arrows
‘Animated comic strip meets B Grade city
crusher movie’ style. A very bad robot hits the streets. Our
only hope is ….”The Fat Weevil”.
The People's Republic of Animation
A delicious, juicy look into humankinds carnivorous ways.
Beware, the inbound nuclear PP01 is bound to some problems when it
unleashes a pack of giant mutant digital dogs.
Can you imagine a world without hand drawn animation? It’s not
happening but this animator definitely feels on the endangered list.
A visual tsunami of rich, x.treme, x.citing visual imagery –
straight from the electric socket to the big screen.
A thousand uses for
A fascinating film showing that all an animator really needs is a
single line and a really good idea.
||The Post It Prison
Thousands of little ‘Post-It’ Notes were harmed in the
making of this film – and the little guy trying to escape took
a few hits as well.
||The Tale Of How
The Blackheart Gang
South Africa, 4'30
A film of such intense, magnificent visual splendour that words fail
us. A veritable cauldron of imagery from an uber animated world beneath
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.