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      May 12, 2012

      Saturday   2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

      1403 Northeast 50th Street
      Seattle, Washington 98105

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      Saturday Morning Cartoons and Bloody Marys - 10 Animated Films

      Saturday Morning Cartoons and Bloody Marys is presented by the Academy of Interactive Entertainment. Each admission includes a complimentary drink ticket for a Bloody Mary, Screwdriver or Non-Alcolic Drink.

      After 9 Days of attending STIFF, you'll need to wake up and have a cocktail to get you through the day. Join us for a morning (not too early of course) of animation made for adults. Bloody Mary Bar will be available

      Cloud 8 Directed by Jeremy Diamond (6 min, Canada)

      A guardian angel does everything in his power to get the lazy human he is guarding to wake up and embrace a new day - which for mysterious reasons is harder than it looks.

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      Murgi Keno Mutant (Attack of the Killer Mutant Chickens) Directed by Nayeem Mahbub (15 min, Bangladesh)

      In the near future, Bangladesh is terrorized by killer mutant chickens. A team of kung - fu fighting chefs must battle in order to keep chicken on their menu. But one chicken sets its sights on revenge. It's time for the ultimate poultry showdown.


      The Reading Directed by Catya Plate (21 min, USA)

      Filmmaker expected to attend

      Once upon a time a Woman was awakened from a slumber, summoned to the door by a mysterious visitor, a tiny messenger delivering an invitation most extraordinary, an invitation to a Clothespin Tarot Reading...


      Balloon Man Directed by Bob Ridgley (2 min, USA)

      World Premiere

      Filmmaker expected to attend

      The Balloon man greets all with a special gift.

      Being Bradford Dillman Directed by Emma Burch (10 min, United Kingdom)

      When bullied Molly Flowers declares a dislike for boys, her boozy and

      self-medicated mother invents a story to shock her into a more sympathetic
      view…the tale of how Molly was born a boy called Bradford Dillman but had
      her willy chopped off - then takes on a life of its own.

      'Being Bradford Dillman' Trailer from Being Bradford Dillman on Vimeo.

      Dan, Ann and their Magic Band Directed by Adrian James Dhalla (7 min, Canada)

      Filmmaker expected to attend

      Dan and Ann are
      twin alien "children", living with their parents in Elasticity
      on the faraway planet of Bandland. Each "bandian" is connected
      to another by a strong, flexible link called a "magic band".
      These bands help bandians do their daily work - the bands can
      convert into band saws, lights, climbing ropes etc... One day,
      Bandland's sun dies. All bandians must go to other planets to
      survive. Dan and Ann use their band to slingshot to Earth. This
      film follows their trials and tribulations on that journey.

      Dan, Ann and their Magic Band - trailer from AJ Dhalla on Vimeo.

      999.999.999 Directed by Gerald Grunow (10 min, Germany)

      Adrien lives in a daily grind in a futuristic-ally depressing Munich. But then, the beautiful Aerith appears. Now it's up to him to change his life


      4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse Directed by Marc Russo (10 min, USA)

      The signs have begun. Silence, prevents us from communicating. Then Decay marks the slow destruction of our social order. The next sign is our voracious Consumption of our natural resources. It is impossible to forecast what mutations this will spawn; however, it is my belief that Mother Nature will defend herself, which will ultimately lead to our Death.

      The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse - TRAILER from Marc Russo on Vimeo.

      Bodily Anonymity Directed by Kathryn Kramer (3 min, USA)

      Filmmaker expected to attend

      Bodily Anonymity is a playful deconstruction of censorship and the assumption that human nudity automatically carries negative or salacious connotations. This film asks the question, 'What purpose does censorship of the human form serve?' Cutout animations depict nude characters both having censorship imposed on them and imposing censorship on others in turn.

      Animatronic Boy Directed by David Ayala (1 min, USA)

      Categories: Film

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