International Program #2_2019
The back-bone of the whole MIAF mission. One of seven stunning programs showcasing the awesome diversity of animation made up from 4,000+ submissions. Every technique, every genre, every style – your annual window into the international indie animation universe.
Canada, 1’59, 2018
A Picasso-esque joie-de-vie screen-burst of glorious pinscreen animation.
Canada, 5’28, 2018
Standing still in front of the open window, a woman stares at the dark clouds that obscure the sky.
France, 11’05, 2018
A delicately jagged reminder that each of our own individual little worlds are strung together by an invisible, infinite thread.
Jacky De Groen
Belgium, 11’35, 2018
An eerily evocative moment in the life of a young man who finds himself on the threshold of an initiation.
Canada, 2’56, 2018
Somewhere out in the woods time, space and reality are beginning to bend – and it’s only breakfast time.
Love He Said
France, 5’40, 2018
Soaring, roaring – poet Charles Bukowski takes to the stage to read his iconic poem “Love” to an audience more than ready for the big man.
About A Woman Who Wanted To Fly Away
Russia, 7’45, 2018
A masterpiece of mayhem and montage harvesting a rich cache of ideas drawn from a uniquely Russian take on ‘transhumanism’.
New Zealand, 4’00, 2018
Thomas is trapped inside a fabricated reality he can’t be sure is real.
USA, 1’00, 2017
Too good to resist. Another one minute magnum-opus vault through the imagination of Jake Fried.
Long Meg And Her Daughters
USA, 3’28, 2018
In a strange, faraway land Long Meg contemplates nature and all its wondrous mutations and oddities.
Gracie Pryor, Ham Firouzan
USA, 3’30, 2017
Sure, it’s a little hyper but who wouldn’t want to live in Candy Land.
Denmark, 20’51, 2018
A post-imagination tour-de-force following a journey through a landscape of softly unfolding hallucinogenic change.