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LIAF 2022: International Competition 8. Long Shorts 18

Screened in partnership with London International Animation Festival
Various, Various, 2022/2021, 112m.

Some films need extra time to develop their themes, to grow and draw us more comprehensively into their worlds. It takes time to think. Reflection tends to work best at a slower tempo. This competition programme is dedicated to showcasing the best of these longer films. 7 longer short films, 7 thoughtful and complex stories including the latest masterworks from returning LIAF favourites Atsushi Wada, Joseph Wallace and Sean Buckelew.


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Bird in the Peninsula (Japan 2022 Dir: Atsushi Wada 16’00)

Drone (USA 2022 Dir: Sean Buckelew 15’00)

Letter to a Pig (Israel 2022 Dir: Tal Kantor 16’40)

Salvation Has No Name (UK 2022 Dir: Joseph Wallace 16’45)

Ice Merchants (Portugal 2022 Dir: João Gonzalez 14’30)

Once There was a Sea… (Slovakia, Poland 2021 Dir: Joanna Kozuch 16’35)

Sierra (Estonia 2022 Dir: Sander Joon 15’55)


The London International Animation Festival (LIAF 2022), the UK’s largest, longest-running and most eclectic animation festival returns for its 19th year with a mammoth 10-day celebratory feast of forums, screen talks and over 250 of the best recent, historical and retrospective animated shorts and features from around the world.

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