Australian International Animation Festival 2012 (Wagga Wagga 18-20 May)
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Schedule
Friday 18 May
5:30pm
6:00pm
8.00pm
Doors Open!
International Program #1
Japanese Animation Scene: The CALF Collective
Saturday 19 May
1.30pm
3:00pm

4:30pm

6.00pm

8.00pm
9:30pm
Kids Screening (ages 4-7)
Animation 101: Malcolm Turner presents!
Animation 102: Julia Bourke - Glossy, The Epic
Australian Showcase & Meet the Filmmakers
International Program #2
Late Night Bizarre
Sunday 20 May
1.30pm

3.00pm

4.30pm


6.00pm
7.30pm

Kids Screening (ages 4-7) (repeat)
Animation 103: AIAF11 -
The Ones That Got Away

Animation 104: Lissa Pascale & Jason Gelnfield - CG Design Sense
International Program #3
Japanese Animation Scene: Tokyo University Of The Arts

Admission is restricted to 15+
except for Late Night Bizarre (18+)

& Kids program (all ages)

IMPORTANT: Film classification regulations in Australia require all films
to either be formally classified OR restricted to an audience of either
15 years or 18 years of age and over, depending on the content of the
program. Most festivals do not have the resources to formally classify their programs and it is for this reason alone that AIAF has a range of age restrictions.

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It doesn't get any better than this!!

Full Festival Pass holders (a mere $40 folks!) will be in the running to win extremely generous door-prizes including:

· Adobe CS6 Production Premium (worth $3,175)

· Wacom Intuos 5 Pen & Touch graphic tablet (worth $400)

· Madman Entertainment exclusive 10-pack animation (worth $400+)

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Nullarbor > Alister Lockhart, Patrick Sarell > Australia

A chance for Australian animation to come front and centre. This is the first comprehensive snapshot of Australian animation in 2012 and if this collection is anything to go by, creative Australian animation is in greeeeat shape. 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 traveling. After the screening there is a chance to meet many of the animators, hear them talk about their films and ask them questions about their work.

 
The Cartographer

The Cartographer
Jane Shadbolt
Australia, 11:30, 2011
The stranger has but one humble little municipality left to chart before he can go home. There must be a reason this lost city has never been mapped before.

Gristle

Gristle
Jamie Clennett
Australia, 3:28, 2011
Life hanging on a hook is as much about perspective as fate - not that fate pays any attention.

Rippled

Rippled
Darcy Prendergast
Australia, 3:57, 2011
An exciting, utterly absorbing ballet of light and movement emerging from the swamp, running a hundred late night, back alley gauntlets and back to the swamp again.

Predator

Predator
Jilli Rose
Australia, 8:14, 2012
A graceful and uber-colourful swim amongst the creatures of a deep blue netherworld.

Golden Hour

Golden Hour
Lucy Fahey
Australia, 2:46, 2011
A beautifully simple film - moving life with fruit, sailing ship and Hills Hoist.

Gob The Space Cadet

Gob The Space Cadet
Bridget Acreman
Australia, 3:12, 2011
Lieutenant Gob cuts quite a figure as he races across the cosmos - he's in a hurry, it's the biggest day of his life.

Sumo Lake

Sumo Lake
Greg Holfeld
Australia, 3:00, 2011
Size is important in sumo - but if you have to have the right moves too. A fondness for the classics helps as well.

Real People

Real People
Meredith Uborka
Australia, 6:34, 2011
Christmas has rolled around and the pressure is on. Can't do the lousy supermarket coleslaw, better not bring cruddy presents - and gotta find a girlfriend fast!

Nullarbor

Nullarbor
Alister Lockhart, Patrick Sarell
Australia, 10:21, 2010
A long road, two cars, two guys and a generation divide and a single pack of cigarettes.

Joyride

Joyride
Alyssa Rothwell
Australia, 2:26, 2012
An intricately synchronised, exquisitely elegant chorus of lines - the purest form of animation perfectly performed.

Barn Owl

Barn Owl
Anna Spencer
Australia, 4:34, 2011
Master of life and death. A mistake made in the flush of naïve youth - a gun pointlessly pointed at a noble creature of the night.

Il Sogno

Il Sogno
Lidia Castelletto
Australia, 1:03, 2011
An ephemeral study in simple black line of the transparent, transient simplicity of nature and some of her loveliest forms.

Dukes Of Broxstonia - Tomatoes

Dukes Of Broxstonia - Tomatoes
Suren Perera
Australia, 3:00, 2011
Yeah - The Dukes! And this time the drummer is totally strung out on tomato sauce.

One Past Midnight

One Past Midnight
Terry Formosa
Australia, 2:24, 2011
There's evil in the house at the top of the hill. Something happened in the incandescent light at one past midnight.

The Last Photo

The Last Photo
Lissa Pascale
Australia, 7:48, 2011
Just stunning! My father went missing in action during the war. I always thought he was just across the sea, or over the mountain, just out of sight…. and that is where I went to find him, to the end of the earth.

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