Monday 16 June
festival club: 5.30pm - 10.00pm
C2
7.00pm

Opening Night: Sneak Peek Premier Screening

TUESDAY 17 June
festival club: 5.30pm - 10.00pm
C1





C2
5.15pm


6.15pm
8.00pm

6.30pm
8.15pm

Animation 101 #1:
"The Hand" - A Portrait

presented by Malcolm Turner
Siggraph 2007 Highlights
Asiawatch:
The Beijing Film Academy
International Program #1
International Program #2

Wednesday 18 June
festival club: 5.30pm - 10.00pm
FC

C1


C2
5.00pm

5.15pm


6.30pm
8.15pm

Music Video Set til 10pm
(no ticket required)
Animation 101 #2:
Voice Wrangling

presented by Pierce Davison
International Program #3
International Program #10:
Long Shorts
BEST OF THE NEXT:
International Graduate Animation Festival

presented by Crumpler
1 iddy biddy ticket gets you into all 4 programs
SP
5.00pm

6.00pm
7.00pm

8.00pm
Program #1: Spotlight on Character
Program #2: Well Drawn
Program #3: Strange Ideas & Bad Craziness
Program #4: Puppet Animation
thursday 19 June
festival club: 5.30pm - 10.00pm
C1









C2
4.00pm
5.15pm


6.15pm
7.15pm


8.45pm

5.00pm
6.30pm

8.15pm
Teen Program #1
Animation 101 #3:
Meet the Puppets

presented by Nick Hilligoss
Australian Graduate Panorama
Careers in Animation Forum
presented by Holmesglen Institute of TAFE
International Program #7:
Abstract Panorama

Country of Focus: Switzerland
International Program #8: Puppet Panorama 1
Feature: Fear(s) of the Dark
FRIDAY 20 June
festival club: 5.30pm - 11.00pm
FC
C1








C2
7.30pm
4 .00pm
5.15pm



6.15pm
8.00pm


6.30pm

8.15pm
WIFT Forum (no ticket required)
Teen Program #2
Animation 101 #4:
Contentious Material

presented by Russell Lowe
Program contains offensive material

WIFT Program
Highlights from the
Visual Music Marathon

presented by Jean Detheux
International Program #9:
Puppet Panorama 2

International Program #6:
Digital Panorama
saturday 21 June
festival club: 12.30pm - 11.00pm
FC



C1




C2

12.30pm


4.00pm

11.30am
1.30pm
7.00pm
8.45pm

2.30pm
4.15pm
6.00pm
7.45pm

9.30pm

Dog Star in the Club
& colouring comp

presented by Media World
Australian Forum
Kids Program
Studio Focus: Animose, Russia
Animated Documentaries
San Francisco Bay Area
Historical

Australian Panorama
International Program #4
International Program #5
Feature: Fear(s) of the Dark repeat
Late Night Bizarre
Program contains offensive material
sunday 22 June
festival club: 4.00pm - 11.00pm
C1





C2
12.00pm
1.45pm
3.00pm
5.15pm
7.00pm
8.45pm
4.00pm
5.45pm

8.00pm
10.00pm
International Program #1 repeat
International Program #2 repeat
International Program #3 repeat
International Program #4 repeat
International Program #5 repeat
International Program #6 repeat
Icons of Puppet Animation
Marcy Page:
Producer Master Class

Best of the Festival
Best of the Festival repeat

FC = Festival Club
SP= Screen Pit
C1 = Cinema 1
C2 = Cinema 2


Important
Admission is restricted to 18+
(except for Careers in Animation Forum,
Kids Program, Teen Programs and
Animation 101 - #3)

Film classification regulations in Australia require all films to either be formally classified OR restricted to an audience of 18 years of age and over. Most festivals do not have the resources to do this and it is for this reason alone that we are not able to admit any person under the age of 18 years to the main MIAF screenings.


Saturday 21 June, 4.00pm festival club
18+

Also see:
Australian Panorama
Australian Graduate Panorama
Animation 101's
WIFT Forum
List of Australian filmmakers screening in MIAF08

Immediately after the Australian Panorama screening, join the filmmakers in the festival Club to talk about animating in Australia.

The atmosphere is informal and relaxed. The aim is to get as many perspectives as possible on the local animation scene as it stands right now – the challenges, the opportunities, the path ahead.

A Forum Panel will get things underway. The panel will be made up of animators, producers and managers who are finding ways of taking their animating skills out into the ‘real world’ through such means as creating animated clips for viral marketing campaigns, commissioning & producing idents for a local TV channel and making one-off ads – all done without
sacrificing the creative core of their artform.

But discussion will likely range much wider than that and everybody will have a chance to have their say about what they saw in the Australian Panorama and how they think animation is travelling in Australia in 2008.

tickets not required
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