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.

Cours Toujour, La Station Animation

*AIAF recommends this program is best suited for an audience aged 14+

SIGGRAPH needs no introduction to the AIAF audience. Each August it becomes the very centre of the universe for those interested in all forms of digital art and the technologies behind the creative digital culture we are immersed in. And here is our annual survey of the best films that came out of SIGGRAPH 2010.

 

COURS TOUJOUR
La Station Animation
France, 1'48, 2010
Some pretty fancy high-speed scooter work and a screeching flock of crazy birds provide the momentum for this wild ride.

NUIT BLANCHE
Arev Manoukian
Canada, 4'39, 2009
A fleeting moment between two strangers, revealing their brief connection in a hyper-real fantasy.

GET OUT
ESMA Montpellier
France, 7'49, 2009
Gary has, as they say, ‘issues’. He may, or may not, be living in a beautiful, beautiful aquarium but he'll never see the outside because he has an all-consuming phobia of doors. Lucky he has a really good doctor.
WHITE DRAWING
WITT
France, 5'34, 2010
An intricately crafted, ghostly and stark rendition of a gradually collapsing countryside.
FLYMAN
Shu-Wei Chang
Taiwan, 2'50, 2009
A deep reservoir of crazy-brave courage and a working knowledge of steam-powered ornithopter engineering is not always enough to keep one safe in the dangerous skies.
SUIREN
Tomoya Kimpara
Japan, 3'03, 2010
The ocean is a symbol of life where seeds are born with purpose for their lives. So what if it’s a machine?
THE WONDER HOSPITAL
Boemsik Shimbe Shim
USA, 11'34, 2010
An intensely intriguing journey through a mysterious hospital that specialises in altering the perception of physical beauty.
THE SANDPIT
Sam O'Hare
USA, 5'30, 2010
An extraordinary act of ‘re-animation’ using more than 35,000 individual photos to re-imagine everyday New York street scenes as something akin to a model train set.
MOBILE
Verena Fels
Germany, 6'30, 2010
A lonely cow decides to make friends with some sheep, a dog, a couple of chickens, a pig and a budgie on the other side of the room. There's just one little problem …
MEM
Ilija Brunck, Jan Bitzer, Csaba Letay
Germany, 1'48, 2010
A transfixing glide through a world on the other side of the magnifying looking-glass.
AMAZONIA
Sam Chen
USA, 4'15, 2010
The dangers of the jungle floor are not all that they seem to be when the lights come up and the applause begins.
UN TOUR DE MANEGE
Gobelins
France, 3'40, 2009
All pastel hues and soft focus. A very magic roundabout safely transports a family across some dangerous divides.
ANIMOWANA HISTORICA POLSKI
Platige Image
Poland, 8'52, 2009
A millennium tour of Polish history. A visceral 3D visual history of Poland's wars, rulers, triumphs, disasters and ever-changing landscape.
LOOM
Ilija Brunck, Jan Bitzer, Csaba Letay
Germany, 5'20, 2010
Astounding! An up-close visualisation of the battle-royale between spider and prey as life and death plays out on the strands of a web.
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