MONDAY 23 JUNE,
6.15PM CINEMA 1
SATURDAY 28 JUNE,
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A diverse selection of the best new animated short
films chosen from 2,900 entries!
MIAF’s international competition sessions are the backbone
of the festival and screen almost daily throughout the festival,
providing a comprehensive overview of the international indie animation
SL: Spoken Language / NL: No language / Sub: Subtitles
> International Program #1: Sat 21 June,
8.00pm / Sat 28 June, 1.00pm
> International Program #3: Tue 24 June,
6.15pm / Sat 28 June, 8.15pm
> International Program #4: Fri 27 June,
6.15pm / Sun 29 June, 4.00pm
> International Program #5: Sat 28 June,
4.45pm / Sun 29 June, 5.45pm
> International Program #6: Sat 28 June,
> International Program #7 - Abstract Showcase:
Thu 26 June, 8.30pm
> Late Night Bizarre: Sat 21 June, 9.30pm
> Late Night Macabre: Sat 28 June, 9.30pm
> BLEND Symposium screening: Wed 25
Ni Nu Ne No No
Japan, 3'00, 2013 (Sub)
Hey Nu! Hey You! We have to be "Na
Ni Ne No" without you! Hey Nu.
Belgium, 11'45, 2013 (SL)
One night in the Boogie Woogie Club
down on Jackson, a small group of jaded barflies get a lesson in
the origin of the Blues.
Germany, 4'50, 2013 (NL)
A bizarre, constantly confounding landscape
populated by a strange and contorting population of shape shifting
Hands Oh Big Hands, Let It Be Bigger And Bigger
China, 6’00, 2012 (Sub)
A window into the richly surreal world
of super charged Big Hand Proliferation – with songs (sort
That Nobody Asked For
Esben Fisker, Rune Fisker, Pawel Binczycki
Denmark, 4'11, 2013 (NL)
Pop the box, release the energy, unleash
the band. The beat can take it from here.
Italy, 4'30, 2013 (Sub)
Early May, 1944. On Mt St Angelo there
is a house which is filled with sleep and the dreams of peasants,
partisans and a child.
USA, 4'19, 2013 (NL)
A bubble eyed cacophony of indescribable
schemes from the other side of this guy’s mental looking glass.
Japan, 3'30, 2013 (NL)
A visually delicious banquet of high
concept digital dis-abstractionism.
Wolf In The Tree
Lin Jia Xing
China, 9'32, 2012 (NL)
A woman and a wolf mingle their uncertain
worlds of ambiguities in a search for their separate, but entwined,
Spain, 3'08, 2013 (NL)
A highly imaginative, geometrically
challenging rethink of the ways cars are designed, move and what
they mean to us.
Japan, 6'39, 2013 (NL)
Clearly the locals want to stop the
man in the street slowly beating the giant crawfish but where does
the guy married to a sexy poached egg fit in?
Spain, 10'00, 2012 (NL)
A superbly crafted journey of fascinating
intricacy leads us – eventually – to a vision of our
near future which should not be ignored.