Flatpack Projects
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Friends and Remedies

Sunday 30th March, 2014

The Electric Cinema | 12:00

The second instalment of international animated shorts touches on the theme of companionship.

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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

 

*Recommended

Dir. Various / 80 min