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‘Procrastination’ (Johnny Kelly, 2007)
A look into the things we do to avoid doing the things that we ought to be doing.
‘Becoming Invisible’ Animated Minds 2 (Andy Glynne & Billie Loebner, 2009)
Violent nightmares, suicidal washes and an inability to live in your own skin. An exploration of the dynamics that can drive young people to develop eating disorders beyond talk of the Size Zero culture and peer pressure .
‘Jeffery and the Dinosaurs’ (Cristoph Steger, 2008)
A man whose struggle to overcomes daily obstacles has produced an astonishing universe of outsider science-fiction.
‘The Spine’ (Chris Landreth, 2009)
Oscar® winner Chris Landreth returns with a poignant story of redemption that takes us into the relationship between a man and a woman trapped in a spiral of mutual destruction after 26 years of marriage.
‘Over and Over (and Over) Again’ Animated Minds 2 (Andy Glynne & Salvador Maldonado, 2009)
An everyday routine like leaving the house for school becomes the worst nightmare for a teenage boy.
‘Who I Am and What I Want’ (David Shrigley & Chris Shepherd, 2005)
Prizes include ‘Tiger Short Film Award’ at Rotterdam, ‘Public Choice Best Film Award’ at the British Animation Awards, ‘Best Comedy Film’ at Stuttgart International Animation Film Festival
‘An Alien In The Playground’ Animated Minds 2 (Andy Glynne & Matthew Morgan, 2009)
Josh never understood the games other children played. They didn’t make sense to him. He preferred walking all alone following the lines designed on playgrounds.
‘My Blood Is My Tears’ Animated Minds 2 (Andy Glynne & Katerina Athanasopoulou, 2009)
An exploration of the impulses that cause some young people to self-harm and the relief that physical pain seemingly provides from the emotional pain they suffer.
‘Everything Will Be Ok’ (Don Hertzfeldt, 2006)
‘An Eyeful of Sound’ (Samantha Moore, 2010)
‘I don’t know if you’ve ever heard a goat eating carrots? It’s almost too much, it’s so lovely’. The fascinating visually complex internal world of audio-visual synaesthesia is discussed, argued over, scientifically dissected and celebrated in this beautifully sensitive animated documentary.