The second instalment of international animated shorts touches on the theme of companionship.
The second instalment of international animated shorts touches on the theme of companionship, and includes Becky and Joe’s sequel to Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared, in which a clock teaches the ramshackle gang about the notion of time. Late Night Work Club member, Alex Grigg’s Phantom Limb sees a couple coming to terms with their lives together after a serious bike accident, and Jochen Kuhn’s third film in his Sunday outings trilogy sees German Chancellor Angela Merkel go on a blind date with an unsuspecting man. There’s also new work from Mikey Please (The Eagleman Stag) and Nicolai Troshinsky.
The Papers (dir. Kalle Kotila) Finland, 2013 - 9min
Marilyn Myller (dir. Mikey Please) UK, 2013 - 6min
Sunday 3 (dir. Jochen Kuhn) Germany, 2012 - 14min
Astigmatismo (dir. Nicolai Troshinsky) Spain, 2013 - 4min
Phantom Limb (dir. Alex Grigg) UK/Australia, 2013 - 4min
Coda (dir. Alan Holly) Ireland, 2013 - 9min
Queenie (dir. Paul Neason) New Zealand, 2013 - 10min
Strange Wonderful (dir. Stephanie Swart) USA, 2013 - 4min
Mondo Taurobolium (dir. Galen Pehrson) USA, 2013 - 4min
Blame it on the Seagull (dir. Julie Engaas) Norway, 2013 - 12min
Don't Hug Me I'm Scared II (dir. Becky Sloan & Joe Pelling) UK, 2013 - 3min
Dir. Various / 80 min