The Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) has lots on offer for animation students.
As well as the popular Animated Shorts programme some highlights of the festival will include ...
-Cheatin' - the latest feature from Bill Plympton
The Library has online streaming of his Oscar nominated short film Guard Dog, plus one of his most famous features Hair High.
-Patema Inverted directed by Yasuhiro Yoshiura - which tells the gravity-defying love story of rebellious underground teenager Patema and surface-walker Age.
-The Tale of the Princess Kaguya - the new anime from Isao Takahata who often collaborates with Hayao Miyazaki of Studio Ghibli.
The library has dvds of Takahata's most famous films, Grave of the Fireflies; Pom Poko; Panda! Go Panda!; My Neighbors the Yamadas & Nausicaa of the Valley of the Winds.
-The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness - a new documentary about Hayao Miyazaki.
The Library has dvds and streaming of many other Studio Ghibli films and also another documentary about Studio Ghibli "Ghibli the Miyazaki Temple".
Streaming: Ponyo; Howl's Moving Castle; Spirited Away; Porco Rosso; Kiki's Delivery Service; Laputa Castle in the Sky; DVDs: Princess Mononoke; My Neighbor Totoro; Whisper of the Heart; The Cat Returns; Ocean Waves; Arrietty
To view online videos you will be asked for your Swinburne username and password to login.
They are made available for educational purposes under Part VA of the Copyright Act 1968 and access is restricted to Swinburne staff and students only.
The material is subject to copyright. Any further copying or communication may be the subject of copyright or performers' protection under the Copyright Act 1968
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