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MONDAY 23 JUNE, 8.30PM STUDIO 1

Unclassified 15+

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Four programs of ‘must-see’ films that perhaps arrived too late for competition selection, or maybe they had the jury battling it out on the floor(!). Every bit as eclectic and diverse as the International Competition programs, this is an essential part of core MIAF programming. PLUS – the AUSTRALIAN PANORAMA gives local animators one more chance to get their work up on the big screen where it belongs.

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

 

Also see:
> Panorama #2 - International: Tue 24 June, 8.30pm
> Panorama #3 - International: Wed 25 June, 8.30pm
> Panorama #4 - Australian: Tue 24 June, 5.30pm

 

18 Minutes
Christopher Mennuto
USA, 2'55, 2012 (NL)
Even with the passage of time, personal stories crystallised from the fine debri of 9/11 still have the power to resonate.

Fellows In The Woods
Laura Carton
France, 5'18, 2013 (SL)
A pig, a boy, some biscuits and a nice boat marooned in a bizarre forest. Strange days indeed.

Into Spring
Udo Prinsen
Holland, 4'30, 2012 (NL)
Springs explodes with all the colours and creatures of an imaginatively bountiful nature.

Fallt
Chadwick Whitehead
USA, 2'11, 2013 (SL)
The lunacy of a mindless court system that awards damages to the spurious of complainants – even when they try to sue gravity.

Troubleshooting
Eric Ko
USA, 3'05, 2012 (NL)
Calamity and massive urban destruction are horrifying prospects unless you have an on/off switch handy.

Duckhammer And Beavkid Gets Buckets
Dave Quion
USA, 6'10, 2012 (SL)
Duckhammer and Beavkid start drawing up lists. Anything to get them out of the house.

Clink
Alireza Nosrati
Iran, 3'51, 2013 (NL)
Climbing to the top is jus ta matter of taking it one step at a time.
Mac And Cheese
Colorbleed Animation Studio
Holland, 2'25, 2013 (NL)
It started out as a simple enough scheme to make a few extra bucks but somehow these two slackers wound up destroying a supermarket.
Mite
Walter Volbers
Germany, 2'14, 2013 (NL)
In a hotel hallway, the camera plunges into the microcosm of the hotel corridor carpet. Between crystal structures and inhabitants of this world, we see the house dust mite at work.
Electric Soul
Joni Mannisto
Finland, 5'00, 2013 (NL)
An exquisitely confected circuit board boogie.
Fingers Tale
Luca Schenato, Sinem V. Schen
Turkey, 4'06, 2013 (NL)
Gangsta fingers doin’ what gangsta fingers do.
Apodemy
Katerina Athanasopoulou
UK, 5'02, 2012 (NL)
A beautifully crafted Felliniesque vision of a voyage through a deconstructing ghost city.
Alone
Nuno Fragata
Portugal, 6'30, 2013 (NL)
As they say, it will all be alright in the end and if it’s not alright then it is not yet the end.
Still
Kim Seung-Hee
South Korea, 4'39, 2013 (NL)
A rose by any other name. Could it be the beginning of something beautiful or a symbol for disappointments on the way?
Torturing
Rebecca Blocher
Germany, 4'00, 2012 (Sub)
A criticism left unspoken, the eternally bad music, a war waged on silenc.
The House With No Doors
Dana Nechifor
UK, 7'20, 2013 (NL)
In a house with no doors, the windows take on an extra special significance and everything seen through them becomes an object of desire.

Dumb Day
Kevin Eskew
USA, 9'30, 2012 (NL)
Dumb days just go round and round in impossible-to-fathom spirals, each vision more inexplicable than the one before it.


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