Britannia Panopticon Theatre | Sunday 2 October | 1:15 pm | FREE SCREENING
Animation Short Films | This Screenings is in collaboration with Animaze: The Montreal International Animation Film Festival
A city of rust by Omar El Araby | The Netherlands | 2015 | 13′ | Galileo, the city’s scientist, tries to convince the City of Rust inhabitants to stop the reckless use of the mountain’s resources.
To build a fire by Fx Goby | France | 2015 | 13′ | To commemorate the 100th anniversary of Jack London’s death, filmmaker Fx Goby adapts To Build a Fire, the famous novel of the American author.
Fat Pants by Malcolm Rizzuto | US | 2015 | 7′ | An animated autobiography about a dude trying to make sense of his learning disabilities, parents’ failed marriage, and oversized clothing.
Fulfilament by Rhiannon Evans | UK | 2015 | 8′ | Travel around the brain with a little, lost thought and discover what it takes to make a great idea.
Meringue by Rhiannon Evans | UK | 2015 | 8′ | Travel around the brain with a little, lost thought and discover what it takes to make a great idea.
Yùl and the snake by Gabriel Harel | France | 2015 | 13′ | Yùl, 13 years old, goes with his big brother Dino to conclude a deal with Mike, a thug escorted by his Argentinian mastiff. When things go wrong, a mysterious snake appears.
Aurelia by Christos Bourantas | Greece | 2016 | 16′ | A young girl drifts through the dark, empty city on a lonely journey. Fragments of her past unfold the story of an unusual phenomenon to which her life is bound: a worldwide jellyfish outbreak.
Tea Time by Guillaume Blanchet | France | 2015 | 4′ | They leave by millions, from many places, fleeing a danger or a conflict, most of the time risking their lives. Their dreams are often shattered, but they keep on trying. Just like those two tea bags, fated to drown slowly, but who decided otherwise. We are all made of hope.