Films 2015

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Events at EIFF 2015 as part of Animation:

2015 Festival Diary:
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  • Barry Purves – The Naked Animator

    • 25 Jun 18:10
    • 120 mins

    A special in-person event celebrating the 60th birthday of one of Britain's eminent animators.

  • Fritz the Cat

    • 26 Jun 20:40
    • Ralph Bakshi /
    • USA /
    • 1972 /
    • 78 mins

    A trippy, anti-establishment animation which still shocks forty years after its making.

  • Inside Out

    • 21 Jun 14:00
    • 28 Jun 13:55
    • Pete Docter /
    • USA /
    • 2015 /
    • 102 mins

    Meet the little voices inside your head...

  • International Animation: Panorama

    • 25 Jun 16:00
    • 71 mins

    Tick Tack (Tik Tak), The Sleepwalker (Sonámbulo), Fresh Cut Grass, Tatuapé Mahal Tower (Edifício Tatuapé Mahal), Dissonance, Ernie Biscuit

  • The Lord of the Rings

    • 27 Jun 15:45
    • Ralph Bakshi /
    • USA /
    • 1978 /
    • 132 mins

    Before Peter Jackson, there was Ralph Bakshi's ambitious translation of Tolkien.

  • The McLaren Award: New British Animation 1

    • 23 Jun 16:00
    • 91 mins

    Edmond, teeth, Crow, Outlines, The Five Minute Museum, Stems, Amaro & Walden's Joyride, My Dad, Gerascophobia, One Step Ahead, Meanwhile, MANOMAN, Ray's Big Idea, Toonocalypse

  • The McLaren Award: New British Animation 2

    • 24 Jun 16:00
    • 93 mins

    The Infinity Project, You Could Sunbathe in This Storm, Fulfilament, Once Upon a Blue Moon, Chhaya, Lost Sands, Mr Director, Super Turbo Atomic Ninja Rabbit, The Evening Her Mind Jumped Out of Her Head, Scribbledub, Everyone Is Waiting for Something to Happen, Unhappy Happy, Loop Ring Chop Drink, Pombo Loves You

  • Wizards

    • 24 Jun 20:30
    • Ralph Bakshi /
    • USA /
    • 1977 /
    • 80 mins

    Ralph Bakshi defies Fritz the Cat-established expectations with his first family film.