|June 5, 2012|
This Programme brings together some of the highlights of LIAF 2011.
Tickets will be available for purchase from Trinity Theatre
‘Bertie Crisp’ (Francesca Adams, 2011)
Bertie – a put-upon half bear, half panda, lives in the permanent resident’s section of a holiday caravan park with his sociopathic rabbit wife, Grace. Grace is determined to have a baby, thinking it will make her life better. The only problem is she wants one immediately.
‘Fast Forward Little Red Riding Hood’ (Sjaark Rood, 2010)
Put it in, punch the FF button. Little Red Riding Hood – the whole story in one minute, 30 seconds.
‘Path of Hate’ (Damian Nenow, 2010)
A simply astounding testament to the madness of war and the inhuman lengths to which some warriors go to fight on long after any meaning has taken flight.
‘A Morning Stroll’ (Grant Orchard, 2011)
Based on the Paul Auster book – the story of one New Yorker’s early morning encounter with a chicken, an event that plays out over 100 years.
‘Phosphena’ (Maya Erdelyi, 2010)
Phosphena – also known as Phosphene is an entoptic phenomenon characterised by the experience of seeing light without light actually entering the eye.
‘The Holy Chicken of Life and Music’ (Nomint, 2010)
The Holy Chicken is a magnificent beast worshipped and exploited in a tale of love and regret, art and science, life and music.
‘Big Bang Big Boom’ (Blu, 2010)
Blu just keeps getting better and better! An unscientific point of view on the beginning and evolution of life… and how it probably ends.
‘An Abstract Day’ (Oerd Van Cuijlenborg, 2010)
An abstract visual story told in sound. We witness a day in the life of a couple, who fight, make love and escape the hot and crowded city.
‘Chernokids’ (Matthieu Bernadat, Nils Boussuge, Florence Ciuccoli, Clement Deltour & Marion Petegnief, 2010)
20 years on and not all is right with the kids who were caught up in the aftermath of Chernobyl. A few too many eyes, for a start.
‘Mobile’ (Verena Fels, 2010)
A lonely cow decides to make friends with some sheep, a dog, a couple of chickens, a pig and a budgie on the other side of the room. There’s just one little problem…