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> ANIMATION 104: ALEX STITT
> KIDS PROGRAM
Film classification regulations in Australia require all films to
either be formally classified OR restricted to an audience of either
15 years of age or 18 years of age and over, depending on the content
of the program. Like most festivals, we do not have the resources
to formally classify our programs/films, and it is for this reason
alone that MIAF has a limited range of age restrictions.
FREE & wonderful!! wednesday 20 june, 6.30pm
venue: federation hall, grant street, victorian college of the arts
Please note, this is not screening at ACMI Cinemas.
Please head to Federation hall on grant Street, Victorian College
of the Arts
(Grant St runs off St Kilda Rd).
I it will take you about 10-15 minutes to walk - depending on your
You could also jump on any tram (except the no. 1 which turns after
the gallery) heading down St Kilda Rd.
The VCA celebrates over 40 years of animation
training at the School of Film and Television with a screening of
selected student animated shorts and a panel discussion between
alumni, staff and current students.
The panel discussion will focus on the importance
of story in the VCA animation experience and will be followed by
a screening of Sarah Watt’s student film “Catch of the
Day” - which was to reflect the style of subsequent work.
This will be a gorgeous & engaging program
of local talent from one of our leading courses of animation in