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. Like most festivals, we do not have the resources
to classify films, 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.
wednesday 22 june, 7.00pm
studio 1 (same floor as box office) (unclassified
ONLY $6 per session
Shadows Inside | Moana Vonstadl
Introduced two festivals ago, and going from
strength to strength, MIAF’s four back-to-back Panorama Programs
offer a short, sharp survey of films that missed out on jury room
consensus but are just too good not be screened. And this
year we're very excited to announce that we have added an Australian
Panorama solely for local films. This is where some
of the festival's gems reside, so at $6 a session, there's no excuses.
Czech Republic, 6'34, 2010 A sweet tale of night swimming, water ballet
and rule breaking.
China, 3'00, 2010 Prolific, high-energy Chinese animator Lei Lei
returns with a high-speed, high-impact, brightly coloured exposé
on the intricacies of love.
Ireland, 5'53, 2010 The story of Paperman's
quest to find his one true Papergirl in the paper metropolis. A story
without many twists or bends, but alot folds.
Germany, 5'57, 2009 She is building a box
– a box that becomes a place of refuge for her own shadow. The
search for her sheltering shadow plunges her into another world.
Holland, 9'49, 2011 A man, discovering he
has no soul, delves into a multiplicity of darkened rooms and forlorn
spaces in a slow-burn desperate search for his inner being.
Director/Producer: Nick Fox-Gieg
Canada, 2'15, 2009 A close, personal encounter
with the ultimate orange.
Era / Nachkriegszeit
Valentin Kemmner, Sophie Reinhard
Switzerland, 9'48, 2010 A young boy –
the only survivor in a village razed by war – chases after a
rat, ignoring an old soldier wandering the ruins reliving old memories.