Amazing Animations

27 Oct 10.00 am

Myers Studio, Epsom Playhouse

A selection of shorts showcasing the diversity of animation around the world.

(Some of these animations are not suitable for children, due to moderate use of strong language.  Prior to council certification, 12A is advised.)

After Midnight in the Asphalt Jungle

Dogs vs cats meets film noir in a classic whodunnit with a twist.

Nominated for Best Student Film

After Midnight in the Asphalt Jungle

Panic Attack

You know the nagging thoughts that start with “did I leave the coffee on?” and turn in to “am I pregnant with a devil-baby?” This hand-drawn animation explores anxiety, obsession, and one woman’s slippery hold on reality.

Nominated for Best Woman Director

Multiplex 10

Centering around the lives of the movie-loving and customer-weary staff of the Multiplex 10 Cinemas. Kurt is an usher, pining for that special someone to share his love of horror movies. The newest hire, Jason, is a film snob who just needs a freakin’ job, okay? Despite their differences, the pair will make fast friends — unless they kill each other first.

Nominated for Best Animated Short

Martini Bombini O’Feeney Moonay

A hand-drawn animation about an eight year-old boy who builds his own hydrogen-powered racer to enter in the Big Race.  When they find out he’s only eight, they turn him down.  He doesn’t like that and decides to enter anyway!

Nominated for Best Animated Short

Martini Bombini O'Feeney Moonay

Ready for a Baby

A young woman in her thirties feels very happy and excited – she has a partner, everything in her life is under control, so now is the perfect time to have a baby. It should be easy and natural, with love and fun and everything else … right?

Nominated for Best Animated Short

After All

After all is said and done… all that is left are memories. A man cleans out his childhood home remembering past conversations.

Nominated for Best Animated Short

After All

Big Booom

The history of humanity and of our planet in four minutes. An eco-friendly statement developed in a single shot that has it all: humor, action and tragedy.

Nominated for Best Animated Short

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