Best of International Student Animation (2015)
A collection of the best new student animation from some of the best schools in the world. These films defy any notion of amateur status and showcase amazing competitive talent that demands attention and makes waves. And YOU get to vote for the Best of the Best. Your votes will choose the film named "Best Student Film" at MIAF in JUNE and everybody who completes a voting form goes in the draw to win a Full MIAF 15 Pass with the lucky winner announced on Sunday night.
Ahhhhh coffee, there's frenzy and mayhem in every cup.
It's crazy out there on the roads, it doesn't matter where you are or how far you go.
United StatesRuntime: 3:50
The delicate balance between bull and bullfighter; between art and carnage.
United StatesRuntime: 3:25
Alexia Schmidt, Justine Laurent, Olivia de Thevenard, Leslie Murard, Idris Bodhy, Antonie Vienne, Hadrien Brissaud
The strange and uber-colourful, all dancing world of partying in-vitro micro-organisms.
Jacky De Groen
Subtle tensions aplenty simmer beneath the surface as a group of friends gather for drinks to await the moment of eclipse.
Something's up with the birds - they're down. And the crowd wants to know why.
Harry knows he losing her but the picture on the coffee cup is the last straw. The end is nigh.
|Small People With Hats
Got a problem with your small hatted people? Who ya gonna call?
United KingdomRuntime: 6:45
|Entre Chien Et Loup
The horrors of having to perform your duty against an enemy you recognise only too well.
What happens when the thoughts won't stop coming? The impulse to act takes over.
South KoreaRuntime: 6:10
|That's Not Supposed To Happen
Patch-Eye Cat and the Chicken Commander start messing with people's lives.
|What's Going On With Annie
Yin-Jia Hu, Meng-Xiong Cai
Messing with the mysterious vortex under the bed is probably not a good idea today.
In a junk-world, every item on the table is the pathway to repair or a step into the unknown.
One hungry owl just can't seem to find an uninterrupted moment to swallow the mouse. And then...
Huge, majestic, a symbol of strength, the oak is as big a part of nature as the storm itself.