BIFF SHORTS: SATURDAY MORNING CARTOONS
BIFF SHORTS: SATURDAY MORNING CARTOONS, 53min
A family friendly line-up of fun, animated shorts from around the region and around the world!
Roger 2, Mentes Films (dirs), 7min, 2017
A James Bond style man of mystery suffers an accident on set that threatens his career in a stop motion animated comedy from collective 2 Mentes Films.
Land Without Evil, Katalin Egely (dir), 4min, 2017
A lively exploration of the paradise that lies in all of our hearts, inspired by Guarani mythology.
Water Path for a Fish, Mercedes Marro (dir), 7min, 2017
A boy helps a fish get back to the sea in Mercedes Marro’s vibrant hand-drawn Spanish fantasy.
Polybius, Brad Pattullo (dir), 5min, 2017
Director Brad Pattullo in attendance
A boy encounters a mysterious new game in his local arcade in Brad Pattullo’s stop-motion send-up of 1980s conspiracy thrillers.
Pittari, Patrick Smith (dir), 4min, 2017
Inspired by Tom Robbin’s depiction of Tanuki, a Japanese mystical creature known for his mischief, Pittari tells the playful story of a destructive creature halted by an adversary.
In Exile, Alexander Kurilov (dir), 11min, 2017
A boy lives with his grandmother in an Eastern Europian village, left to own devices he toils away on a mystery project until he meets an unexpected friend in Alexander Kurilov’s award-winning computer animated drama.
Citipati, Andreas Feix (dir), 7min, 2017
After a meteorite strikes, a small dinosaur finds his way home in bold computer animated adventure.
Kamunyak, Sarah Gayden (dir), 6min, 2017
Director Sarah Gayden in attendance.
A baby antelope becomes fast friends with a lioness in Sarah Gayden’s hand drawn fable inspired by an observation in the Samburu National Reserve.
Fallen Swan, Win Leerasanthanah (dir), 3min, 2017
A baby swan is forced to fly in Win Leerasnthanah’s computer animated ode to taking the next steps in life.
@ North Park Theatre – Saturday October 7, 11:00am