International Program #2
The engine room; the whole kit-and-caboodle! Three programs featuring the very best and the very latest short, animated films from all around the world. Every style, every genre, every technique. Your comprehensive, up-to-date overview of the international indie animation scene.
Featured in AIAF2010Program Type: Films
In a very industrialised world, where humans only eat transgenic food, some plates make for surprising dishes.
Radical, puppet animation from one-man Japanese arts machine, Shoji Goto, who enigmatically describes his latest film as "the story of another valley of wind that the wing preaches".
|In The Air
A miscommunication between the wolf and the humans leads to a sudden shift in the laws of gravity.
Trolley Boy wonders when he lost the passion for his job. Could there be more to life than pushing shopping trolleys into stacks?
|Another Look Into
Perfect pixellation. A stroll through the park, a magic book, splashes of colour, flashes of inspiration.
I watch the hands of my father, the clouds of my mother: I see the passing of Time that colours us with the yellow of a flower.
Aleksander Sakowski, Linhan Ye
Short but extremely helpful advice on how to survive an atomic bomb - just in case you find yourself caught in the epicenter of the blast.
Country: United Kingdom
Maybe we make our own luck - but sometimes dodgey African masks might just have something to do with it too.
Where does music come from? Where does it go to? What is it when it's not a bouncing dot or a log that has to be carried around? An elegant, understated inquiry into the origins of sounds.
"So weird you're deprived of the ability to move, as I am, as many others are... in order to survive you need to reinvent movement" - Benoit Labaye.
|The Small Dragon
Where's Bruce Lee when you really, really need him?