Welcome
Friday 16 May
4:00pm
5:30pm
6:00pm

6.30pm
8.00pm

10:00pm
High School / Teen Program
Open Doors
Official Opening Speech
& Surprise Screening
International Program #1
International Puppet
Animation Panorama

Launch Party
Saturday 17 May
11.00am
4.00pm


5.00pm


6.00pm
8.00pm
9:30pm
Kids Program
Animation 101 Seminar:
International Animation
Overview

Animation 102 Seminar:
The Australian Scene &
Australian Panorama Intro

Australian Panorama
International Program #2
Late Night Bizarre
Sunday 18 May
4.00pm

5.00pm

6.00pm
7.30pm
9.00pm
Animation 103 Seminar:
Voice Wrangling

Animation 104 Seminar:
D.I.Y. Art + D.I.Y. Funding 2.0

International Program #3
Digital Panorama
After Party

Admission is restricted to 18+
(except for Kids & Teen programs)

IMPORTANT: Film classification regulations in Australia require
all films to either be formally classified OR restricted to an audience of 18 years of age and over. Most festivals do not have the resources to do this and it is for this reason alone that we are not able to admit any person under the age of 18 years to the main AIAF screenings.

The backbone of the annual AIAF mission! Almost every one of these films is an Australian premiere. We received more than 2000 entries from every corner of the world and this collection of the best of them is your up to date snapshot of the international animation scene.
 

A Tale About The Animated Image
Joris Clerte
France 2006, 3’30
The history of animation condensed in three and a half action packed minutes – with a reminder of how hard it is to animated hair!

The Life Size Zoetrope
Mark Simon Hewis
UK 2007, 6’30
Animation is created one frame at a time, 24 frames for a second. A bold imaginative experiment using real people with giant flipbooks strapped into a giant, revolving zoetrope. An absolutely unique perspective on the art of creating an animated image.

Flighty
Leigh Hodgkinson
UK 2006, 1’30
Bugs don’t live long, not long at all. In fact in the time it takes to read this, your average bug will have…..

Wibbel-Ich & Gluck
Janona Arendt
Austria 2006, 3’00
Fine art with a raw edge. A combination of water colour montages, captivating sketches and imagery borrowed from archives of short film and auteur animation.
Onion Skin
Paul Jadoul

Belgium 2007, 4’00
Layer upon layer, our character gets parred down to his intrinsic essentials.
End Of The Street
Andy Martin
UK 2007, 5’00
A street-level response to the Beaufort Wind Scale in which an unseen visitor whips up all kids of chaos on the inhabitants of an unsuspecting neighbourhood.
Al Dente
J.F. Barthelemy, M. Francois, L.O. Carlos Felipe

France 2007, 6’00
A crazy kitchen, an inspired chef and some pretty happy pasta.
893
E. Toubal, Y. d’Incau, T. Castellani, C. Renaudin
France 2007, 6’00
Ancient Japanese graphics and samurai tattoo design is brought to startling digital life in this sumptuously animated work.
The Life
Jin-Ho Ryu

Korea 2007, 6’45
One of the finest examples of the manipulation of light in an animated film that you will ever see. An extended illumination of lives lived amongst the machinery of mankind.
The Accident
Sarah Nesteruk

UK 2007, 3’00
Gorgeously drawn in deep blue ink, this films perfectly captures the depth of the main character Paul, a man caught in a life not entirely of his own making.
Love Triangle
Yasmeen Ismail

UK 2007, 3’00
Ah, can there be any greater love than samosa love?
On Water
Fruzsina Gaal

Hungary 2007, 4’00
A deceptively simple film which strips away the visual complications of scenery to more fully capture the clash of cultures that exist between the man woman.
Pork Cutlet
Do-Young Kim
Korea 2007, 3’00
Hoh man! The dangers and various burdens of being one of the tastiest kids on the block.
Beton
Michael Faust, Ariel Belinco
Isreal 2006, 6’50
Although wrapping us in its painterly beauty, Beton brings home of the complex horrors of war and the simple desires for peace in all its forms.
Cancre
R. Berthou, S. Burie, L. Covet
France 2007, 5’00
A small boy rides a wave of dark blue ink all the way into a strange parallel universe where he gets to pain the wall with a family of box heads.
Better To Have Loved
Karen Macey
UK 2007, 3’00
….than never to have photographed at all. If every picture is worth a thousand words, these walls have a lot to say.
Black Grapes Of The Chest
Yui Hamagashila
UK 2007, 1’45
An intensely detailed drawn cascade of fascinating, intertwining elements combine to create of wall of vision that will kickstart the most dormant of imaginations.
Mister Sandman
Q. Vien, A. Akhdar, M. Faugaret
France 2007, 4’45
Reaching deep into the dreams of the town’s children, evil Mister Sandman finally meets his match when he too must close his eyes.
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