Jan Bitzer, Ilija Brunck, Tom Weber
Fog has devoured the forest, which saw
your quietest happiness……a low down natural scene rendered
in shiny metal.
G. Vu, R. Roussel, C. Da Rocha, J. Da Silva
A richly imagined, cubic rendition of
the evolution of man.
A twisted, spectacular piece of grotesquery focusing on a face
trapped in a dangerous prison of the mind.
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A solitary figure – the chalked phantom of a crime scene
– begins an inquisitive roam through the greying urban labyrinth.
A film of awe inspiring textures and intensely imagined detail
presented as if through a cinema verite camera.
A pretigious killing machine of a warrior
is challenged to save as many lives as he has taken.
A salutory tale of good robots turning bad. NannyBot accidentally
kills the child and comes up with a special repair job.
A whispy character composed of alphabetic DNA is tracked through
his desparate climb to the top.
Armagan Ballantyne, Jon Baxter
New Zealand, 7'45
An astonishing train ride through the light fantastic.
Douglas Lassance, Mattieu Bessudo, Jonathan
A spectacular piece of animated choreography
drawing from the design and pacing of gaming with more than a nod
to The Matrix.
There’s only so many leaders, only so many followers,
only so many plots – and only so many times a knife can go into
||Tough Guy! 2005 Special
Think insects on steroids and you’re part way there.
A supercharged, big picture crash-tackle into a tiny world.
O. Berry, A. Cui, O. Sipesaque, CH Tung
Almost too much detail for the eye to muster. A flowing, gliding
journey through a forest of surreal beauty.
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.