31 January - 4 February
Schedule: Week to view (pdf)
Programme: International Shorts 1
International Shorts 2
International Shorts 3
International Shorts 4
International Shorts 5
Animex Screen Exhibition
Retrospective 1: Painted Animations
Retrospective 2: Phil Mulloy Animations
Special 1: Sexuality and Desire
Special 2: Spike & Mike's New Sick & Twisted Animation
Special 3: Avoid Eye Contact NYC Independent Animation
International Shorts 2, 70 min
Simon Goulet, 2003, Canada, 8’25”
International Film Critics Award Annecy 2003; Anima Mundi Special Awards 2004 and others. A 'cinepainting' that took eleven years to complete: jets of paint photographed by a high speed camera at 360 f.p.s. were post-digitised to create a constantly moving image of dripping, flying oil paint, set to music and vocals.
Andrea Pierri, 2003, Italy, 3’55”
Every night is just the same. The moon winks at the wolf who doesn’t notice because the nights are not clear at all. 2d computer painted animation set to music.
Chris Hinton, 2003, USA, 4’34”
Multi award winning. A father and son on a fishing trip in untamed Montreal forests - the joys of family travel and the multiple wonders of fast food. Pen and ink calligraphic drawing style.
Killing Time At Home
Neil Coslett, 2003, UK, 3’0”
Isolated from the outside world, all that's left to do is kill time and the only way to make friends is to grow them. 2d computer animation.
The Diary of Tortov Roddle
Kunio Kato, 2003, Japan, 16’5”
Strange things happen to a traveller… Illustrative drawing on paper and 2d computer animation.
Joji Koyama, 2003, UK, 3’0”
Part of an interactive project guides viewers through bizarre rituals that include the eating of bright red watermelons and the growing of plants.
Isabel Bouttens, 2002, France, 7’0”
A diver, a goldfish, and a woman’s obsession to catch the moon. 2d computer Toonz animation with a hand-drawn look.
Cameras Take Five
Steven Woloshen, 2003, Canada, 3’0”
Colourful, abstracted interpretation of Dave Brubeck’s classic jazz standard ‘Take Five’ - camera-less animation, engraved and painted on film. Also showing at the UGC on 35mm film.
Pieter Coudyzer, 2003, Belgium, 11’0”
Grand Prix winner at Anima 2004. A breakdown on a rainy evening and anything can happen…
Baerbel Neubauer, 2003/04, Germany, 7’45”
A visual extravaganza experimenting with abstract digital imagery.