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

Wednesday 20 June
7.30pm
ACMI Cinema 2

Saturday 23 June
7.15pm (repeat screening)
ACMI Cinema 1

see also
> Siggraph 2006 highlights: 20 June, 5.15pm
> A History of CG Animation: A Viwe from Siggraph: 21 June, 8.30pm

MIAF’s annual update on the digital domain within the animating community. Most animated films get run through the tiny silicone corridors of a computer at some stage in their gestation but this program pulls together the best recently released films that lean heavily on a digital aesthetic for their inspiration and impact. These films can be fully narrative, abstract or drawn from the culture of the gaming community. Films like the award winning “Doll Face” by Andy Huang epitomise the outstanding results creative animators are extracting from the tools of their trade.

458nm
Jan Bitzer, Ilija Brunck, Tom Weber
Germany, 5'30
Fog has devoured the forest, which saw your quietest happiness……a low down natural scene rendered in shiny metal.

Cellusions
G. Vu, R. Roussel, C. Da Rocha, J. Da Silva
France, 2'15
A richly imagined, cubic rendition of the evolution of man.

Faces
Hendrick Dusollier
France, 5'45
A twisted, spectacular piece of grotesquery focusing on a face trapped in a dangerous prison of the mind.
Krijt (laatste van het systeem)
Klaas Lagevern
Holland, 6'30
A solitary figure – the chalked phantom of a crime scene – begins an inquisitive roam through the greying urban labyrinth.
Moloch
Marcin Pazera
Poland, 7'15
A film of awe inspiring textures and intensely imagined detail presented as if through a cinema verite camera.

Monster Samurai
Moto Sakakibara
USA, 6'45
A pretigious killing machine of a warrior is challenged to save as many lives as he has taken.

NannyBot
Urban Velkavrh
Slovenia, 3'45
A salutory tale of good robots turning bad. NannyBot accidentally kills the child and comes up with a special repair job.
Perplexus
Gavin Dean
UK, 2'15
A whispy character composed of alphabetic DNA is tracked through his desparate climb to the top.
Ray Ray
Armagan Ballantyne, Jon Baxter
New Zealand, 7'45
An astonishing train ride through the light fantastic.

Sigg Jones
Douglas Lassance, Mattieu Bessudo, Jonathan Vuillemin
France, 7'00
A spectacular piece of animated choreography drawing from the design and pacing of gaming with more than a nod to The Matrix.

The Crown
Tatyana Trifonova
Bulgaria, 2'15
There’s only so many leaders, only so many followers, only so many plots – and only so many times a knife can go into the back.
Tough Guy! 2005 Special Edit Version
Kishimoto Shintaro
Japan, 7'00
Think insects on steroids and you’re part way there. A supercharged, big picture crash-tackle into a tiny world.
Une Charogne
O. Berry, A. Cui, O. Sipesaque, CH Tung
France, 4'15
Almost too much detail for the eye to muster. A flowing, gliding journey through a forest of surreal beauty.
doll face
Andy Huang
USA, 4'15

The haunting deconstruction of a digital/human/robotic face. A truly fascinating film which blurring every technical and creative line.


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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