Selected from more than 60 Grad Reels from almost thirty countries this is the third of four short, sharp programs showcasing the best new student and graduate animated films from all over the world and Australia.
Appearing in Cinema 1
Hierarchy ( 2015 )
Muhammad Noor Irsyad B Yazid
Another day in the city, another fight to the death over the things the city doesn’t want you to have.
Hou Chia ( 2015 )
On a distant island there lives a herd of human animals who are all a visceral part of a singular, brutal food-chain.
The Apple Core ( 2015 )
The romance has cooled, the seven dwarves have a new project and Snow White isn’t in such a good place these days.
Ham Ham ( 2015 )
HFF Konrad Wolf
The tummy can be a ravenous little beastie – especially if there is a ravenous little beastie in the tummy.
Photosynthetic Revelation ( 2015 )
A stunning, paint-on-glass ‘moving-life’ portrait of nature’s most mercurial bounty.
Nigel The Necromancer ( 2015 )
Daniel Crook, Domareen Fox, Claire Frankland, Robin Sowden Garcia
Bringing the dead back to life is definitely a magic trick worth trying to master – if you can get through.
Save As ( 2015 )
Arthur Bourdot, Maxime Dupuy, Luc Giraud, Mathieu Paggi
L’Ecole Georges Melies
The outlook seems to get bleaker the deeper one wanders into the emptiness.
Giggino ‘O Bello ( 2015 )
A slice of life and the simple joys of a familiar neighbourhood. But is that enough?
Iwan And The Wolf ( 2015 )
HFF Konrad Wolf
Iwan is a pretty reluctant hunter despite the colourful encouragement of his friends and family.
HUSh ( 2015 )
A beguiling cinematic rendering of a three dimensional multi-media work.
PNxKNF ( 2015 )
Moving recollections of a childhood romance compromised by the realities of life’s slings and arrows.
What They Believe ( 2016 )
Anecdotes of ambiguous love and hope. A bizarrely assembled world, where evangelical fanaticism has become an everyday insanity.