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Late Night Bizarre

September 3, 2011
10:00 pm

LIAF’s annual, ever popular, irresistible, train-wreck of a programme – you wanna turn away but you know you can’t. Expect insane prison inmates, robust insect loving, an experiment involving a long spike and an ass … well, you get the picture. There’s a lot more, but these were the only plots we could publish.

Book tickets

‘Arts And Crafts Spectacular #1′ (Sebastien Wolf & Ian Ritterskamp, 2010)

Arts And Crafts Spectacular

A short, sharp, beautifully raucous debunking of everything you’ve ever heard about the
countryside – and some of the gentle folk who live there.

Germany, 1’12

‘Hello Dad’ (Christoph Simon, 1987)

Hello DadHello Dad, I’m in jail. Say hi to Mum, from jail. I like it here, I’m in jail. Hahahahahaha – ha.

UK, 1’38

‘Condensed Night’ (Laurie Proud, 1999)

Condensed NightA scabrous display of the odd relationship between a window gimp, a pretty schoolgirl and an oozing, giant beetle-thing.

UK, 2’00

‘Thesis’ (Tomasz Cechowski & Grzegorz Paluch, 2009)

ThesisThe professor has a theory. OK. To prove this theory he needs a spike and an ass. So, you take the spike and then you put it…

Poland, 1’24

‘Meat Or Die (Yans!Gans!) / Meat05:Linda’ (Tai Murayama, 2010)

Meat Or DieSome insane little jabberers (one with a bladder problem) try to bite off more than they can chew when they flip the shopping switch to ‘brontosaurus’.

Japan, 1’45

 

‘Dukes Of Broxstonia: Wash Day’ (Suren Perera, 2010)

Dukes Of BroxstoniaThe Dukes are Back! And they’re dirty – very dirty! It’s time to clean up their act and maybe burn some clothes.

Australia, 0’45

 

‘Python In Wonderland’ (Piotr Hoang Ngoc, 2010)

Python In WonderlandA detailed psychedelic exploration of male nipples, special rabbits, Can-Can dancers’ legs and boxing.

Poland, 6’20

 

‘Weenie Wagon Woe’ (Willy Ashworth, 2010)

Weenie Wagon WoeSpurt, our ‘everyday-man’ hero has one passion in his life – he was born to drive his weenie wagon.

Canada, 3’36

‘Travis’ (Daniel Rowe, 2010)

TravisTravis is a dangerous, disturbed and disturbing young man on a mission.

USA, 4’15

‘Green Money Weed Connection: “Got Milk”‘ (Logan Hugueny-Clark, 2011)

Green Money WeedBunkfunk MC and Lil’ Joint are practicin’ what they’re preachin’. And they’re preachin’ it pretty damn hard.

USA, 1’34

 

‘Nasty Habits: Bono’ (Layla Atkinson, 2010)

Nasty HabitsWhen bad nuns get worse, not even Bono is sacred.

UK, 3’00

‘Serenade’ (Lee Han Bit, 2010)

SerenadeThe city at night can harbour some strange hybrid creatures who stride, crawl, fly and creep through the streets, propelled by odd desires and decaying memories.

South Korea, 10’00

‘Jean-Luc’ (Arthur Peltzer, Fabien Guillaume, Jean-Baptiste Maligne, Jeremy Macedo, Julien Daubas, Paul Nivet & Ugo Bienvenu, 2010)

Jean-LucMedical emergency meets sexual urgency in this crazed romp about CPR gone wrong.

France, 2’50

‘Mr Choco In Love’ (Petr Marek, 2011)

Mr Choco In LoveMr Choco may well be in love but he sure has a funny way of showing it.

Czech Republic, 5’56

‘About A Cat’ (Daan Cools, 2010)

About A CatSome cats are just hideous, conniving, murderous, soulless, pitiless little b**tards.

Belgium, 3’10

‘The Dance Of Death’ (Johan Pollefoort, 2010)

The Dance Of DeathDeath – the great equaliser. A swirling journey through the macabre dance of death and the passage from one life to another.

France/Belgium, 8’00