TUESDAY 24 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 #2: Mon 23 June,
6.15pm / Sat 28 June, 3.00pm
> 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
Italy, 8'00, 2013 (NL)
A teacher threatens a child with an
unusual method to help him stay focused after the student escapes
into the surreal landscape of daydreams.
UK, 6'50, 2013 (NL)
Man and machine. It’s a relationship
that has to work to keep the mission on track. But it doesn’t
always work perfectly, and there is a part of the real man that
is out there – somewhere.
Poland, 6'50, 2013 (Sub)
How can such a beautiful light shine
on such a nightmarish experience? A young life turned upside behind
a door nobody knows to open.
Thomas Bourdis, Martin de Coudenhove, Caroline
Domergue, Colin Laubry, Florian Vecchione
France, 7'09, 2013 (NL)
Life was never meant to be easy and
devotion can be a harsh mistress especially when your limbs tend
to fall off randomly.
USA, 4'35, 2013 (SL)
Two men discuss whether anything is
truly original. A humorous animated 'Op-Doc' explores the rich history
of adaptation, plagiarism, and other forms of appropriation in art.
Switzerland, 5'00, 2013 (NL)
A good collection can start with some
beautiful butterflies. But soon obsession can take over and then
you are pinning all kinds of stuff to the wall.
Germany, 2'39, 2013 (NL)
A visual essay in one of the most fundamental
elements of the art of animation. The secret life of the pixel revealed
in big scale.
Job, Joris And Marieke
Holland, 4'22, 2013 (NL)
Mutilation isn’t usually a joyous,
laughing matter – not usually. A happy tale of altered facial
landscapes for all the family.
Must Be Some Other Cat
USA, 3'45, 2012 (Singing)
Stylish ol’ timey classic animation
from a true master of the craft, featuring a cat on the receiving
end of one of life’s most dependable heartbreaks.
France, 6'35, 2013 (NL)
Sure, people change. We all do. But
we don’t always grow manes or paws. But sometimes it can be
for the best.
France, 10'11, 2013 (Sub)
An endless warscape of battlefield horrors
is leavened by the healing powers of a sea of letters swept in from
over the horizon.
Poland, 6'52, 2013 (NL)
A drawn animation of staggering imagination
and audacious skill. An absolute thrill to watch and a feast for