It’s back. LIAF’s annual walk on the wild side featuring the most twisted films to emerge this year. We dug deep to find the best and this is what you find when you go down that far. This ever-popular Late Night Bizarre programme is a bunch of anti-classics guaranteed to be as far away from Disney as it’s possible to get. A dirty fistful of 11 of the weirdest, wildest, most demented films hand-picked from the 2,600 entered.
Our Music Video Session screens just before this one at 19:30. You can buy tickets for both screenings for just £12 + booking fee.
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Very Animated People-Peaches (Leah Shore, USA)
Canadian singer Peaches tells a sordid tale about living in a shared household with some very disturbing housemates.
Top 5 Animation Containers (Ben Wheele, UK)
A countdown of the most beloved Animation Containers of all time including Helioblox Man, Mertie and Equinox Head.
Flood (Malte Stein, Germany)
A dirty lake bursts its banks and begins to flood the town. Mother tries to keep son inside.
Animals (Tue Sanggaard, Denmark)
Nine people on a train get naked, piss everywhere and beat the crap out of each other. An explosion of jaw-dropping hilarity and bad, bad taste.
The Inner Turmoils of Someone Who’s Definitely Not Me (James Cheetham, UK)
Jimmy, a manic depressed alcoholic, explores his own mind as he spirals into depression and ends up in an Alice Coltrane record.
Takoyaki Story (Sawako Kabuki, Japan)
The story of a girl addicted to octopus balls.
Slug Life (Sophie Koko Gate, UK)
A day in the life of Tanya, a curious woman who has developed a taste for a beautiful giant slug.
Goodbye Mommy (Jack Wedge, USA)
A magical, surrealist neo-noir sci-fi film about a heartbroken detective who gets caught up in a mysterious case involving extraterrestrials and a giant, old king who has gone missing.
Tom Has a Plant (Thinh Nguyen, Denmark)
Tom has a plant. He just wants to give it to the one he loves.
It’s Wet (Alexis Godard & Nan Huang, France)
A narcissistic woman lives without worrying about the world around her and ignorant of the natural cycle she is part of.
Reneepoptosis (Renee Zhan, USA/Japan)
Three Renees go on a quest to find God, who is also Renee. As they traverse the mountains and valleys of Renee, they discover all the great joys, sorrows, and mysteries of being Renee.
Egg Touching (Peter Millard, UK)
A group of 4 friends get together and discuss how they want to touch an egg.