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.
Featured in AIAF2011Program Type: Films
A delicate tale of love, wine, bath-time and never forgetting where you put your rubber ducky.
Christopher Kezelos, David Cox
In a world that judges people by their number, Zero faces constant prejudice and persecution until a chance encounter changes his life forever.
A constantly evolving network of forms and shapes eternally locked into a rolling chain of little 'Big Bangs'.
All great actions have their consequences. A frail inventor spends his last days scheming ways to repair the damage passed down to him.
|Dukes Of Broxstonia: Moon Tour
Da Dukes is back! Playing out there - way out there - on the edge of an alien planet.
Subtle and touching collisions of tragedy and comedy glimpsed through the behind-the-scenes, everyday pre-show rituals of a travelling carnival troupe.
A custom-made robot built to make real the nightmares of its inventor.
A melding of overlapping colour and shape in tribute to origami, symmetry and the general endeavour of finding complexity in the simplest of things.
A tale of two blobs destined for each other. It was meant to be.
Ian Dodman, Luke Eve
When Charlie is run over by his own wedding car, he is given another chance at life but with a twist - and extra legs! A story of unrequited love across the species divide.
|The Gradual Demise Of Phillipa Finch
Aaron Powell, Emma Magenta
Phillipa Finch is acclaimed artist Emma Magenta's newest character. Narrated by Toni Collette, Phillipa delves into her emotional history to solve the mystery of how she 'died'.