Skip to main content

Hello

Australia, 2003 (MIFF 2003, Animation)

Director: Jonathan Nix

In a digital world, can analogue find true love? It is the wise old gramophone who has the answers for a lovesick loner.

See also...

Twelve Months, The

In this unique take on a Russian fairytale, Katinka finds something unusual when she is sent into the woods on an impossible mission by her evil stepmother and stepsisters. Jonathan Nix has reworked ... More »

The Missing Key

Venice in the 1920s is re-created as a world populated by people with gramophones for heads, in this animation by award-winning Jonathan Nix. ... D/S Jonathan Nix P Garth Nix, Anna McFarlane ... More »

Fog Eyes

A young girl arrives at a hospital to have her fogged-up eyes fixed. But a simple operation becomes complicated when Sister Enid introduces her to the healing powers of God and the wicked coma ... More »

Flat

A journey into the soul of a building shows life to be anything but flat. ... More »

Mother Tongue

A man receives an audio-cassette from his family overseas. Their voices measure the real and imaginary distances between them. This enchanting piece uses actual audio-cassettes from the animator's ... More »

Pretendy Bites

There is no known cure for the bite of a teenangster. Brightly coloured images will pass before your eyes and the end will follow quickly. ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director