Friday 13 May
5:30pm
6:00pm
8.00pm
Doors Open!
International Program #1
SIGGRAPH Wrap-Up
Saturday 14 May
2.00pm
4.30pm

6.00pm
8.00pm
9:30pm
Kids Screening (ages 4-7)
Animation 101: Meet The Australian Filmmakers
Australian Showcase
International Program #2
Late Night Bizarre
Sunday 15 May
2.00pm

4.00pm


5.00pm



6.00pm

7.30pm

Kids Screening (ages 4-7) (repeat)
Animation 102: Adventures In Animation: The Director’s Secret Stash
Animation 103: Special Guest Presentation: Laurent Monneron, Supinfocom Director
International Program #3 - Supinfocom Is Back
10 Years of Bizarre

Admission is restricted to 18+

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.

One of our most important and popular programs. There aren’t many opportunities to see Australian animation on the big screen and each year AIAF probably shows more than any other event in the world. This is an opportunity to see what Australian animators are doing, how they’re doing it and how the artform is travelling.

 

GALLERY
Robert Proch
Poland, 4'44, 2010
The eye of an artist, the hand of a calligrapher and the imagination of an animator all combine in this wonderfully imagined study in perspective bending, shape changing, black and white, moving image.

TOGETHER!
David Sheahan
USA, 4'15, 2010
A turbo-charged, psychedelic, bug overload that follows the highs and lows of a freaky little collection of cockroaches.

PERSPECTIVE
Monika Rohner
Switzerland, 4'06, 2010
Following the moon to escape the concrete jungle, a girl sends her imaginary alter ego into a fantastically coloured land with no shadows.
FREUD, FISH AND BUTTERFLY
Haiyang Wang
China, 3'27, 2010
Associations and transformations in a private world of untethered imagination. Possibly a psychological adventure, certainly an amazing journey.
HOT CAR AND CRAZY COYOTE
Jerome Cauwe
Belgium, 5'13, 2010
A lethal – but very stylish combo. A sharp dressin' coyote takes the top down and drives off into the desert.
MISS DAISY CUTTER
Laen Sanches
France, 5'40, 2010
A crash-or-crash-through, breakneck gallop through a parade of re-imagined cultural icons.
THE GLOAMING
NoBrain
France, 12'19, 2010
Civilization and its accelerating evolution give rise to a character capable of creating a world beyond its control.
ROM
Balazs Szabo
Hungary, 5'11, 2010
A pulsating landscape of crystals, undulating contour lines and liquid metal people.
TATAMP
Mirai Mizue
Japan, 5'38, 2010
This living thing has one sound but a thousand forms.
LITTLE QUENTIN
Albert 't Hooft, Paco Vink
Holland, 9'35, 2010
My Little Pony meets Charles Manson in this tale of murder and intrigue from (just) beyond the sandpit.
GET REAL!
Evert de Beijer
Holland, 11'27, 2010
An utterly unique visual experience! A boy, compelled to score the love of a mega-queen in a violent computer game, loses grip on reality until he tastes a real kiss.
DANNY BOY
Marek Skrobecki
Poland, 10'00, 2010
Making connections and avoiding dangers is doubly hard when you have no head. Triply hard when nobody else does either. You'd think having one would be the best thing in the world but you'd be wrong.
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