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ASFF at York Residents’ Festival
Programme of Films: Family Friendly (SUITABLE FOR AGE 4+)
Date: 31 January 2015
Time: 11:30 - 12:15
AIN’T NO FISH
01
Miki Cash / Tom Gasek (Independent)
UK / USA, 2013, 3m 32s
This is a short stop-motion animated film with an environmental message, featuring
singing seals in the Arctic. The music is performed by Hoagy Carmichael.
THE GALLANT CAPTAIN
02
Katrina Mathers / Graeme Base (The Lampshade Collective)
Australia, 2013, 8m 8s
A boy and his cat journey into unknown waters with a little bottle, a boat and a vivid
imagination. Faced with peril, young Will must learn to become the Gallant Captain.
THE ISLAND DWELLERS
03
Christina F. Moliterno (Independent)
USA, 2014, 9m 4s
A musical tribe lives on an island peacefully without the Sun for centuries. But one
day the Sun comes to hear their beautiful music, and changes their lives forever.
04
Jessica Austin (Arts University Bournemouth)
UK, 2013, 3m 5s
A grumpy Grizzly Bear stumbles upon an excitable young girl who is busy catching
fireflies in the forest, where their unlikely friendship begins.
05
Kat Seale (Arts University Bournemouth)
UK, 2013, 3m 48s
A young little griffin attempts to grow a tree in order to prove himself, but his
inexperience causes one mishap after another. Will things finally go right for him?
06
Birute Sodeikaite (Arts University Bournemouth)
UK, 2013, 7m 14s
A little boy with a weak heart befriends a tree. In return, the tree wants to heal the boy’s
heart but the only way is by blowing the seeds of a dandelion growing far in the distance.
07
Eren Kocabasi (Independent)
USA, 2013, 2m 42s
An animation about a depressed pencil suffering from mild amnesia, which gradually
reveals his story about his past and how he came to become what he is today.
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING BEAR
SAPLING
WHEN THE TREE GROWS
LITTLE TAIL
ASFF at York Residents’ Festival
Programme of Films: Family Friendly
Date: 31 January 2015
Time: 13:30 - 14:15
LE GOUFFRE
01
Carl Beauchemin, David Forest, Thomas Chrétien (Lightning Boy Studio)
Canada, 2014, 10m 36s
Two travellers undertake the construction of a gigantic bridge in
order to cross a gulf blocking their way, inspiring with their courage
and determination a rural community living nearby.
02
David Nguyen (Independent)
UK, 2013, 3m
A lonely inventor tests the functions of his
robot woman, while he is searching for his own
happiness, she comes alive in different ways.
03
Thom Humphreys, Jean-Philippe Blunt, Rina Yang (in/out)
UK, 2013, 4m 10s
The birth of the photograph was a revolution in our perception
of time and motion. Inspired by the work of Etienne-Jules
Marey, we continue this dialogue between motion and capture.
04
James Copeman (RSA Films)
Israel, 2014, 6m 49s
Noya, navigating her way through her teenage years gets
inevitably lost in the wrong crowd. One day, by accident, she meets
Nadiv who represents everything her friends aren’t…
05
Alex Turvey (White Lodge)
UK, 2013, 2m 28s
Inspired by Joseph Turvey’s streetwear aesthetic and
documentary photographer Jamel Shabazz, Alex Turvey’s
short film centres around the model collective Justanorm.
ROBOT LUV
MT.WOLF: MIDNIGHT SHALLOWS
SHADOW DANCER
RIVER ISLAND X JOSEPH TURVEY (FEAT. JUSTANORM)
HOW TO DISAPPEAR COMPLETELY
06
Phil Drinkwater and Tim Woodall (Creative England)
UK, 2014, 11m 49s
A thirteen year old misfit magician attempts to escape a cruel
adolescence by perfecting the ultimate on stage disappearing trick.
ASFF at York Residents’ Festival
Programme of Films: Family Friendly
Date: 31 January 2015
Time: 15:30 - 16:20
DENTURES
01
Anderson West (Sour Films)
UK, 2013, 4m 3s
Two guys having a rap battle are about to face an unexpected
challenger in a film that shows how we need to speak the
right ‘language’ to communicate between generations.
THE LIBRARY OF BURNED BOOKS
02
Alasdair Beckett-King (The London Film School)
UK, 2013, 8m 57s
A firelit ritual in the school. Children stand in line before a great furnace.
They are burning books. The old headmaster is too weary to resist.
THE CORRESPONDENTS: FEAR & DELIGHT
03
Naren Wilks (Independent)
UK, 2013, 3m 20s
Using a composited camera (multiple cameras acting as one) this
video describes a space in which synchronised multiples exist in a
rotationally-symmetric, kaleidoscopic dimension.
04
Eva von Schweinitz (Brainhurricano)
USA, 2013, 16m 2s
As celluloid film slowly disappears from her workplace,
the director, a movie projectionist herself, embarks on an
investigation into what makes the material special.
05
Fabio Friedli
Switzerland, 2011, 6m
Dozens of emigrants climb on to an overcrowded truck. Their goal is
Europe. When they arrive after an exhausting journey, confrontation
with another brutal reality awaits them.
06
Marites Carino (Video Signatures)
Canada, 2014, 8m 41s
Sucked into a choreographic time warp, conceptual hip-hop dancers
share fleeting moments of intimate synchronicity as viewers slowly
realise things are not always as they seem.
A FILM IS A FILM IS A FILM
BON VOYAGE
VANISHING POINTS
ASFF at York Residents’ Festival
Programme of Films: Picks of the fest
Date: 31 January 2015
Time: 17:30 - 18:50
AIR
01
Emma E. Maclennan (Air the Film Ltd).
UK, 2013, 23m 3s.
Humanity has survived in the underground facility Securos, where Alex and Nick are
working. Alex dreams of a better life as Securos is running out of air to breathe.
02
Tamara Hahn (Tamarama Studios)
USA, 2013, 4m 46s
A baby is stuck in an infinite loop of danger due to a baby-robbing monster. They may
continuously fail in their attempts but they are still within close reach with no way to escape.
03
Louis Lagayette (Tesa Productions)
UK, 2014, 16m
Jennifer is a teenage mother living in Liverpool with her son Tommy. They struggle to
survive, but receive the help a social worker, who realises that Jennifer is hiding something.
04
Clément Oberto (Oversteps Production)
France, 2014, 2m 58s
Matin Lunaire (moony morning) is a suspended moment, the seeming
paradox of a moon that is still visible in the sky during the day time.
05
Benjamin Bee (Attercop Productions)
UK, 2014, 20m
Into a dizzy world of glamour and false promises comes recent graduate Cass. Innocent
Publishing appears perfect – but behind cool Britannia there lurks a much darker place.
06
Christine Hooper (Royal College of Art)
UK, 2013, 5m
Four in the morning, crapped out, yawning. Experience a comic portrayal of the tedious
insanity of insomnia. With an aesthetic inspired by David Hockney’s photomontages.
07
Jérémi Durand (Beast).
UK, 2013, 3m 30s.
Don’t we all have our own way to say “stop”? In this promo for the French electro
band, Petru keeps control over his daily life through his own kind of dancing ritual.
GNOSIS
FOR HIS SAKE
MATIN LUNAIRE
GIRL POWER
ON LOOP
APPLE JELLY: //CONTROL//
ASFF at York Residents’ Festival
Programme of Films: Picks of the fest
Date: 31 January 2015
Time: 19:30 - 20:40
HERD IN ICELAND
01
Lindsay Blatt (Herd in Iceland, Inc)
USA / Iceland, 2013, 28m 41s
During the summer, Icelandic horses live a remote existence
grazing in the highlands. Every September, they are rounded
up and directed home across the rugged terrain.
ENTRETIEN D’EMBAUCHE (JOB INTERVIEW)
02
Nicolas Novak (Gengiskhan Production)
France, 2014, 14m
A recent graduate lands a job interview, which all seems
relatively straight forward and conventional. However, things
don’t go exactly as planned...
03
Alex Turvey (White Lodge)
UK, 2013, 2m 28s
Inspired by Joseph Turvey’s streetwear aesthetic and
documentary photographer Jamel Shabazz, Alex Turvey’s
short film centres around the model collective Justanorm.
RIVER ISLAND X JOSEPH TURVEY (FEAT. JUSTANORM)
THE RINGER
04
Chris Shepherd (Autour De Minuit / Polkadot /
The Bureau). UK / France, 2013, 17m
After a life time apart a son finally meets his father. The
son wants to know about his history, where he came from
and how he came to be, but his dad gives him a surprise.
05
Robert Hackett (Antagonist Films)
UK, 2013, 3m 22s
Shot at night, this promo is characterised by images from
the original Night Mail GPO Film Unit film featuring
WH Auden’s poem, projected onto a disused train station.
PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTING: NIGHT MAIL

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