A celebratory feast in the form of Best of the Festival – International. This is a chance to see a snapshot of what’s going on in the international independent animation scene – the broadest possible range of intelligent, entertaining and provocative current films on offer from all around the world.
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Invocation (Robert Morgan, 2013)
A grotesquely surreal deconstruction of the guts of stop-motion animation.
Marcel, King of Tervuren (Tom Schroeder, 2012)
Futon (Yoriko Mizushiri, 2012)
Winner of Best Film at LIAF 2013
Ballast (Jost Althoff, 2012)
Solipsist (Andrew Huang, 2012
Winner of Award for Visual Innovation at LIAF 2013
Choir Tour (Edmunds Jansons, 2012)
Winner of Award for Sound & Music at LIAF 2013
Astigmatismo (Nicolai Troshinsky, 2013)
Wind (Robert Loebel, 2012)
Old Man (Leah Shore, 2012
Rabbitland (Ana Nedeljkovic & Nikola Majdak jnr., 2013)
The rabbits who live in Rabbitland have holes instead of brains, and they are happy regardless of what happens. They vote free and democratic elections once a day, because Rabbitland is an ordered democracy.
Plug and Play (Michael Frei, 2011)
Anthropoid creatures with plugs in place of heads are up to mischief. Instead of abandoning oneself to the dictates of the raised finger, they soon submit to themselves. But the fingers also finger around. Is it love?
Tram (Michaela Pavlatova, 2012)