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All is Full of Love (Chris Cunningham, 1999)
The music clip for Bjork's All is Full of Love features a pair of white robots embracing in a way that is compellingly human. Like many of Chris Cunningham's music clips, this one has created controv… Read more

Beak Out (Glen Dunstan, 1998)
In this hilarious computer animation, directed by Glen Dunstan and produced through the Animation and Interactive Media course at RMIT, a skeletal bird in a natural history museum dreams of flying. D… Read more

Bunny (Chris Wedge, 1998)
Through the gateway of an oven, an errant moth leads an elderly rabbit to a brighter existence in this beautifully executed animation. The script, lighting and music score for Bunny are carefully orc… Read more

Flux (Michaela French, 1999)
Flux interweaves multiple layers of sound and images to produce an evocative reflection on relationships, love and grief. With a background in fine arts, Michaela French has written and directed a nu… Read more

Forget the Film, Watch the Titles (Kyle Cooper, 1998)
Kyle Cooper's title sequences are often such a dramatic entree to a film, they prompted one critic to say: "Forget the Film, Watch the Titles." The sequences often form a metaphor for the theme of th… Read more

KILLER.BERLIN.DOC (Tina Ellerkamp, Jörg Heitmann, 1999)
killer.berlin.doc combines a documentary realism focussing on Berlin with a fictional narrative about ten people playing a game of 'killer'. In the game, no-one knows the others' identify and each is… Read more

Midas (Niki Bern, 1999)
Niki Bern's film Midas uses live characters in a page-turning 3D 'pop-up' environment to create a surreal fairytale. Narrated by Zoe Carides, the film utilises con­temporary digital computer effe… Read more

Millennium Bug (Lee Lanier, 1998)
Millennium Bug explores satirical definitions for a decayed millennium. Words such as "jork" are defined as "any variety of genetically tailored meat product" and the accompanying vision shows a zucc… Read more

Mozzie (Dylan Yeo, 1999)
Seamlessly combining 3D animation and traditional filmmaking, this short film tells of a nocturnal war between two mosquitoes and a man deprived of sleep. Mozzie humourously gives an insect's perspec… Read more

Process of Becoming (Tina Gonsalves, 1997)
Produced on a low budget using Photoshop, Illustrator and Macromind Director, Process ot Becoming is an exploration of symbolic forms based on the body. Shapes resembling body parts, insects and mand… Read more

Satellite (Jonathon Hairman, 1998)
A child is enchanted by an old man's butterfly fractal invention but is lured into a television nightmare of dis­turbing sounds and invading images. In this film, Jonathon Hairman has created an … Read more

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