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.

Crazed, weird, extreme or just impossible to explain plots – a boggling compendium of the wildest animated ideas horse whipped up to warp speed and transponded back from parallel universes.
 

The Evil Empire
Russell Lowe, Federico Solmi

Australia, 2008, 4'15
A porn crazed pope sends an army into battle.

The Harvester
Wei-Chang Sun
Korea, 2007, 1'00
Laughter maybe the best medicine – but what if you’re completely nuts to start with.
Golden Age: Lancaster Loon
Aaron Augenblick

USA, 2007, 3'00
Seeing a man completely strung out on addictive cereal is a horrible sight.
13 Ways To Die At Home
Lee Lanier
USA, 2007, 3'00
By this we mean…. 13 Ways To Die At Home that you’d never be able to imagine ina million years.
Fish Getting Pissed On A Semi
Jeremy Austin
Australia, 2007, 2'00
The title probably tells you all you need to know.
Her Lovely Fears
Ben Wheele

UK, 2007, 2'45
With a hefty nod to a kind of digital Pythonesqueness, this film sets about showing us why a mad menagerie of creatures are so obsessed with Dabeir. A truly giddy, fullscale oddness is infused in even element of the DNA of this marvellously entertaining film.
Golden Age: Hansel And Gretel
Aaron Augenblick
USA, 2007, 3'00
Did they or didn’t they?
Global Warming
Sheldon Lieberman, Igor Coric
Australia, 2007, 2'00
An hilarious musical homage to denialism.
Eden
Hye-Won Kim
Korea, 2007, 3'45
A naked, head rippin’, horn pullin’, animal skinnin’ romp through God’s original garden of bounty.
The Elastic Barber
Milla Nybondas
Finland, 2007, 5'30
Shivering sheep have to wait for their haircuts while the giraffe chases down the killer bee that stole his cap. From here’s it’s a mere plot extension to convert them all to woolly tumbleweed satellites orbiting the earth and re-inflating the giraffe’s head to bursting after he pierces the solar system.
Golden Age: Antsy And The Bugaboos
Aaron Augenblick
USA, 2007, 3'00
A tribute to the original bug band and the fragile insect genius behind their rise and their ultimately unlistenable album Firefly Fart Fondue.
The Legs
Hae-Young Lee

Korea, 2007, 8'30
One man’s eye popping battle with a set of crazy legs.
Elephant Girl
David Lobser
USA, 2007, 4'30
An invasion of moths and rolling eggs quickly leads to a some twisting tongue action on the couch – until the tongue breaks free. The last rolling egg hatches a rose which quickly releases three flying screws that pierce the wall allowing a lava flow of horrific brown goo to flood the room.
Our House
Stock'n'Wolf

Germany, 2007, 8'30
A warts and all fiesta of stopmotion techniques and surprises. As we wait for the spider on the top floor to finish her web, we are fill in the time witnessing a catalogue of homicidal chain reactions that highlight the risks of living so close to your neighbours.
¡Ay Caramba!
M. Harzog, M. Lukhaup, V. Pfeifenberger, R. Ziegler

Germany, 2007 3'45
A sponge, a salad, a balloon, a car and a pair of socks take part in an epic race under the gaze of an omnipresent jury who seem happy to randomly interfere for no other purpose than the pleasure of exercising their rights as Gods.
Golden Age: Sketch Towers
Aaron Augenblick
USA, 2007, 3'00
A place of horror and intrigue where old, barely imagined and unfinished animated characters are locked up forever.
Walk For Walk
Amy Lockhart
Canada, 2006, 10'00
The ultimate fully loaded, 240volt, bone handled, chrome plated, nuclear powered, chocolate dipped romp on the psychodelic side.
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