The Animation Spot’s second outing at The Proud Archivist brings another two programmes, this time celebrating the bizarre!
This is the second programme – a compendium of the strangest or funniest (not always the same thing) films drawn from the 2000+ submissions we receive every year. Expect smatterings of mindless violence, intriguing alternative views of the world, a few gutbusters and a visual overload or two. A LIAF tradition and a reminder – if one is needed – that animation knows no imaginative boundaries!
So sit back, buckle up and check out this collection of psychotic giggling farmers, animals getting their heads ripped off, drunk babies, lion penises and probably the most offensive films we’ve screened in the history of LIAF.
Tickets are £7 and one ticket gets you into both programmes!
WARNING: THIS PROGRAMME CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENT WHICH MAY OFFEND.
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Baby, I Love You (Faiyaz Jafri, 2012)
No One Remains Virgin – Under the Lion Crotch (Wong Ping, 2012)
Sometimes fighting the stench of development means facing down the lion’s giant penis of wealth that stalks the land. Some images may offend … developers!
Hong Kong, 4’42
I Live In The Woods (Max Winston, 2007)
13 Ways To Die At Home (Lee Lanier, 2007)
By this we mean…. 13 ways to die at home that you’d never be able to imagine in a million years.
Golden Age: Hansel And Gretel (Aaron Augenblick, 2007)
Did they or didn’t they?
Powerthirst (Picnicface, 2007)
Drink Powerthirst and you WILL vomit up a wedding.
Far West (Nieto, 2007)
Self imposed surgery in the pursuit of a more rapid form of animating. The pain!
Elephant Girl (David Lobser, 2007)
An invasion of moths, rolling eggs, flying screws, a lava flow of brown goo …yay! Elephant Girl!
How To Lose Weight In 60 Seconds (Dave Carter, 2010)
A warped compendium of twisted tips on how to lose weight.
Golden Age: Antsy And The Bugaboos (Aaron Augenblick, 2007)
A tribute to the original bug band and the fragile insect genius behind their rise and their ultimately unlistenable album Firefly Fart Fondue.
I Know You (Gudrun Krebitz, 2009)
An unanswered telephone, an attempt to dance, a knife in a drawer. I know you. Do you know who you are dealing with?
Cuddle Sticks (Mike Geiger, 2008)
Crossing a line that even Kricfalusi might have drawn. A demented look at the origins of kiddie ice treats.
Golden Age: Sketch Towers (Aaron Augenblick, 2007)
A place of horror and intrigue where old, barely imagined and unfinished animated characters are locked up forever.
The Woodsmen (Bart Batchelor & Chris Nielsen, 2007)
How much fun can two men have with a hole in the ground?
Global Warming (Sheldon Lieberman & Igor Coric, 2007)
A hilarious musical homage to denialism.
Las Palmas (Johannes Nyholm, 2011)