The Screen Australia funded short animation Polo’s Robot has two screenings coming up in May – at the Atlanta Film Festival, in the US on Sunday 1st May and Monday 2nd May and at the Dungog Film Festival in NSW, Australia at the end of the month. For details on the Atlanta screening click here or for details on the Dungog screening click here.
Also screening at the Dungog Film Festival is the short film Fatso. Be sure to check out the facebook page for Polo’s Robot and Fatso and also Feather Film’s Vimeo page for the latest updates, clips and trailers from the animation. Polo’s Robot is written, directed and animated by Peter Lowey and produced by Melanie Brunt. Fatso is written and directed by Irina Goundortseva and produced by Melanie Brunt.
Monday, February 7th, 2011
Feather Films is very excited to announce that Polo’s Robot has been invited to screen at the Bigpond Adelaide Film Festival. The short animation, directed and animated by Peter Lowey and produced by Melanie Brunt, will screen on Friday 25th February and Friday 4th March. This is the second festival screening for the Screen Australia financed animation, as it premiered in January at Flickerfest in Sydney, Australia. For the latest screening information check out the Polo’s Robot facebook page by clicking here.
Thursday, January 6th, 2011
Producer Melanie Brunt’s latest animation production Polo’s Robot, which is directed and animated by Peter Lowey will have it’s world premiere screening at Flickerfest International Short Film Festival in January 2011. The 9 minute short animation was funded by Screen Australia. Polo’s Robot is screening in competition in the ‘Best of Australian’ films category (in section 4) on Wednesday 12th and Thursday 13th January. Director/animator Peter Lowey will be attending the festival. Flickerfest runs from 7th to 16th January at the Bondi Pavilion in Sydney, Australia. For programme details click here.
Sunday, December 19th, 2010
Michael Hill’s animation The Not-So-Great Eugene Green has won the Oceania Section of Aguilar de Campoo Short Film Festival in Spain. Unable to attend the festival, Michael accepted the award via a short clip which screened at the closing ceremony on 7th December. To watch the acceptance speech, visit the Facebook page for The Not-So-Great Eugene Green or click here.