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presented in association with Deakin University


THURSDAY 26 JUNE, 8.30PM STUDIO 1

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The BLEND Symposium is a detailed, multi-faceted series of presentations looking at the way live-action characters are BLENDED into animated architecture featuring a series of international guests, support screenings and fascinating insights delivered by people working at the leading edge of this very special realm of the animated landscape.

This program features a number of films that exemplify the different ways skilled and creative animators all over the world are blending the real and the animated. Carefully selected from the 2,900 MIAF entries, the films will be introduced with an insight as how some of the technical components were employed in their making.

SL: Spoken Language / NL: No language / Sub: Subtitles

 

Also see BLEND Symposium sessions:
> 'In Defence Of Rotoscoping' with Nadia Micault (France) & Dennis Tupicoff (Aus): Mon 23 June, 6.45pm
> 'Two Films, Two Visions' with Jilli Rose (Aus) & Miriam Harris (NZ) : Tue 24 June, 6.45pm
> '3D Stereoscopic Animation' with Munro Ferguson (Canada): Fri 27 June, 6.45pm

 

Through You
Lucette Braune
Holland, 7'55, 2012 (NL)
A simple trip to the grocery store becomes an exercise in pushing through, morphing with and trying to unglue herself from everybody she encounters.

De Terre Et d’Encre
Jonathan Laskar
Switzerland, 5'30, 2013 (Sub)
A man molds his double from clay. This living portrait marks its own body with the pain the man endures in his relationship.

High Wool
Moritz Mugler, Nikolai Maderthoner
Germany, 2'22, 2013 (NL)
Cleverly rendered in string, two cowboys face in the main street in the best way that cowboys know how.

The End
Collectif Incognito
France, 2'00, 2012 (NL)
The end – when it comes – is never simple or predicable, especially in the movies. A plethora of classic movie ends reanimated into a meta narrative.

Jorka
Michiel Wesselius
Holland, 8'00, 2013 (SL)
A young man wanders, invisible, amongst his friends as they come to terms with his apparent death. Depicted entirely in a subtly captivating cut-up photo style.

The Labyrinth
Mathieu Labaye
Belgium, 9'23, 2013 (NL)
The mind is a labyrinth of pathways and corridors, each one reacting differently to being locked up and trapped.


Heaven's Vanguard
Emil Goodman
Hungary, 11'30, 2012 (SL)
Francis Blaise, the long retired jazz great from the peculiar man-made planet Caelestis, returns for one last concert at the luxuriously appointed venue Heaven’s Vanguard. Not to be missed.

 
       
 
 


   
       

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