is restricted to 18+
(except for Kids & Teen programs)
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.
A very special program
of films selected to spark the imaginations of our most special
audience. Heaps better than Saturday morning TV and not a toy ad
Germany, 2007, 5'00 A mega-good time ride on the ultimate
Switzerland, 2007, 6'00 A whole bunch of really cool ways to
animate a cat and mouse chase.
The Goat Who Ate Time Lucinda Schreiber
Australia, 2007, 7'00 A pretty special goat starts munching
his way back to the future.
Tot Ou Tard Judwiga Kowalski
Switzerland, 2006, 5'00 A squirrel and a bat can’t agree
on day and night.
The Tiny Fish
Gregory Malishev Russia, 2006, 9'30 A little girl and her cat brave the
winter to go ice fishing.
Capt. Cumulus Melissa Choong, James Hing
UK, 2007, 3'00 A little boy takes his very special
flying machine for a spin.
The Librarian From
The Black Lagoon
USA, 2007, 9'00 The library is not a scary place no
matter what the signs say.
Hommage To The Grip
Tom Hanni Switzerland, 2006, 4'30 A small technical hitch in the most
brightly coloured jungle you ever saw.
Dharma Dreameater Edda Kristindottir, Rasmus Moller Denmark, 2006, 4'45 Dharmer Dreameater has a really great
idea of what to do with all the scarey dreams that kids have.
The Witches Button Nils Skapans Latvia, 2007, 8'00 A good witch with a magic button.
Pik A Nik
Slovakia, 2007, 5'00 A film made with millions of little
rocks and a ton of sand.