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10:00 AM

SNAFF Film Festival Saturday Morning Cartoons Film Block 1

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Bishop Briggs – Baby – Dir. Malia James

Music Videos – 3 min.

United Kingdom

Seed Animation have produced a music video for popular US singer songwriter Bishop Briggs. The video features Bishop and her boyfriend in a trippy love story, exploring the obsessions and passions that help to define their relationship.


CERULIA – Dir. Sofia Carrillo

Animation - 13 min


An Eerie fable about a young woman´s repressed memories luring her back to her childhood home.


A Double Life – Dir. Studio Job, Joris & Marieke

Animation – 2 min.


A deliciously dark comedy about a husband and wife whose different ideas of gender conformity lead to an unexpected confrontation.


Emily – Dir. Marlies van der Wel

Animation – 7 min.


Emily is an animated short about, love, self-fulfilment and taking charge of your own destiny.

The eight-minute film, directed and animated by Dutch animator Marlies van der Wel (1984), introduces you to an elderly florist, Emily (80). Looking back at her life and all the flowers she’s dealt, she reminisces about the people she’s met and the choices she’s made. Her garden has always been her refuge, her safe haven, hidden away from the world and out of sight for other people.

After a lifetime devoted to botanical life, having kind-heartedly handed out flowers, when the favour is returned and it’s her time to receive a bouquet, she finds peace with her chosen path.


Expend – Dir. Bismark Fernandes

Animation – 3 min.

United States

A stop-motion film about a man’s endless hunt for elusive energy sources in a decaying world.


Harls – Dir. Kenzie Sutton

Animation – 2 min.

United States

A guy named Harls keeps getting reincarnated.


In the House of Paper Flowers – Dir. Anita George

Animation 7 min.

United States

In a house covered with papery flowers, a woman with white hair, two cats and a tiny wolf songstress learns a valuable lesson about the enduring power of love.


OBON – Dir. Andre Hörmann, Samo

Documentary – 15 min.


Akiko Takakura is one of the last survivors of the atomic bomb explosion of Hiroshima. During Obon she receives the spirits of her parents and is haunted by memories. Akiko’s childhood consists of constant rejections and beatings. Finally Akiko experiences fatherly love in the midst of Hiroshima’s ruins.


Orbit – Dir. Tess Martin

Animation - 6 min.


Spinning drawings guide us along the flow of energy through our planet, and let us ponder our place in the natural cycle.


PLAY-DOHN'T – Dir. Reace Thorne

Animation – 2 min.

United States

A Play-Doh snake meets his doom right after gaining consciousness.


Samuel the Sentient Sphere – Dir. Hayden R. Froehlich

Animation – 5 min.

United States

Samuel enjoys his life in the whiteboard, helping a student with homework, until one day when he sees a cookie outside on the desk that he desperately tries to reach.


Sea Dogs – Dir. Spencer Loucks

Animation – 5 min.

United States

A wacky cast of kooky canines sail the seas for fun and adventure.


The Spirit Seam – Dir. Ashley Gerst

Animation – 14 min.

United States

The Spirit Seam is a short animated film about a little girl, Pollywog, and her Pap-Paw. Located in an Appalachain coal-mining town in the 1950s, the film takes the audience through the daily life of both characters. At the start of the film, the characters eat breakfast together and then travel to their respective locations- Pollywog is dropped off at school, and Pap-Paw clocks into work at the Hiraethsburg coal mine. Throughout the film they experience the simple pleasures of rural Appalachian life: catching fireflies, fishing, catching frogs, and birthdays.

Pap-Paw and Pollywog's bond is incredibly strong. In fact, they are inseparable until illness threatens to fracture their small family.


Under Covers – Dir. Michaela Olsen

Animation – 7 min.

United States

On the night of a lunar eclipse, we uncover the sweet, salacious, and spooky secrets of a small town. From a pigtailed psychopath to naughty nuns and everything in between, this stop motion animated film conjures a comforting thought: that weird is relative.


War For Keyboard Warriors – Dir. Lam Can-zhao

Animation – 2 min.


The Keyboard Warrior seeks to use the power imbued in his 'weapon' to effect death and destruction upon his foes. In essence, the keyboard allows the keyboard warrior to manifest his true warrior nature in a safe and removed environment, from which no real-life repercussions.


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