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Crystal Palace International Film Festival 2016: Animation Night

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Stanley Halls, South Norwood

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Crystal Palace International Film Festival 2016: Animation Night

The ever popular screening of no less than 22 fantastic, eclectic animations

Always a visual treat, catch an eclectic series of animations from all over the world. Films: - Knob (European Premiere) Directed by Hans Tsung- Yen Tsai Nigel A germaphobe is stuck in the filthy restroom of the company he is about to have a job interview with. RT: 4m Taiwan - Dimensions Directed by Andy James A large scale adventure through alternate dimensions featuring a grumpy scientist, his hyperactive daughter and a gormless chicken. RT: 4.5m UK - Tough Directed By Jennifer Zheng A Chinese mother and her British born daughter speak as adults for the first time. RT: 5m UK - TRAFFIC STOP (European Premiere) Directed by: Gina Kamentsky & Julie Zammarchi A black man is pulled over in the USA and subjected to horrendous abuse. RT: 4m USA - Munchies Directed by Sinead Stoddart Zombie Lee has an outrageous hunger that won’t be silenced by food alone. RT: 2.5m UK - In the Veldt Directed by Joshua Wright A reflective documentary about my grandmother’s time as a missionary during the Rhodesian Bush War in the 1970s. RT: 4m UK - A Bone to Pick (European Premiere) Directed by Kim DeJohn A disgruntled T-rex skeleton reclaims his stolen bones from Neanderthals. RT: 4.5m USA - Trombone (European Premiere) Directed by Destiny Trahern A trombone player learns to create his own music. RT: 1m USA - The Wizard in the Woods Directed By George Summers A Wizard chases down the heart of his staff which escaped in a storm, only to see it descend into a deep well. RT: 6m UK - RUM Directed by Russell Haigh Somewhere on a distant ocean, two pirates share a bottle of rum and their latest booty until the cabin boy lifts the lid on an unusually long casket. RT: 4.5m UK - I Am Dyslexic (London Premiere) Directed By Mads Johan ÿgaard, Katie Noel Wyman Those with learning differences should be proud of who they are and never feel alone. RT: 6m UK - Jibi Directed By Gregory Chen A simple-minded dog befriends a bizarre yet kind family. RT: 6m USA - Rabbitt Blood Directed by Tavsan Kani Yagmur Altan A Turkish country house where residents have an extraordinary way of brewing tea. RT: 4.5m Turkey - Race (UK Premiere) Directed by Yan Dan Wong Exploring the issue of intergenerational care. RT: 3m UK - Magic Forest Directed by Artur Marcol A loony squirrel invites a bunny on an unforgettable journey. RT: 4m Poland - Nudinits: Tickled Pink Directed by Sarah Simi In the world’s first all knitted animation, nudinits are the quirky inhabitants of Woolly Bush, a village bursting with Britishness and double entendre. RT: 22m UK - Pearl European Premiere Directed by Patrick Osborne A lyrical road trip through the lives of an aspiring musician and his young daughter. RT: 6 USA - The Inspector & the Umbrella UK Premiere Directed by Mael Gourmelen The day promises to be rainy, but nothing can affect our Inspector Frigg today. Nothing? RT: 2m France - Voicing Silence Directed by Lucy Lee How do you move forward when events from the past cast their grim shadow on the present? . RT: 3m UK - Lost in Words Directed by Yu Ying Chen The experience of 2nd language confusion. RT: 2m UK - 5476 Miles Directed by Terry Thomas The story of a lonely starling waiting for love. RT: 4m UK - The King Directed by Frederic Casella An ambitious kid sets up his first drug deal, but his plans are derailed by a storytelling stranger. RT: 13m UK - Do Right An an urban fox tries to escape London. RT: 4.5m UK Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Doors open: 7pm. Films start promptly at: 7:45pm. Bar available and food on sale from the scrumptious Brown & Green.

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