Film Info

Title
Professor Pebbles
Year
2008
Length
12 mins 34 secs
Status
On Tour

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awards and screenings

Winner

  • Best Animation - WA Screen Awards, 2007 (Australia)
  • Best Animator - WA Screen Awards, 2007 (Australia)
  • Best Animation - FNI Achievement Awards, 2008 (Australia)
  • Best Original Score - FNI Achievement Awards, 2008 (Australia)

In Competition

  • Nomination and Finalist – Best Score for Short Film – Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA) - Australian Guild of Screen Composers (AGSC) Screen Music Awards, 2007 (Australia)
  • Flickerfest, 2008 (Australia)
  • In the Bin Film Festival, 2007 (Australia)
  • Auburn International Childrens Film Festival, 2007 (Australia)
  • Short Me Shorts, 2007 (New Zealand)

Other Festival Screenings

  • Sydney Film Festival, 2007 (Australia)
  • Fremantle Outdoor Film Festival, 2009 (Australia)
  • Get Your Shorts On, 2007 (Australia)
  • Seoul International Cartoon & Animation Festival (SICAF) - In Panorama, 2007 (Korea)
  • London Australian Film Festival, 2008 (UK)
  • Dungog Film Festival, 2008 (Australia)
  • Bayside Film Festival, 2009 (Australia)

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Professor Pebbles

Synopsis

They say your 500th birthday is always the hardest. Professor Pebbles had hoped for a much more important role to play in hell than teaching basic evil to bored school kids. Is it his fault that he's a nice guy?

Tired of being taunted as a goody two-shoes, our antihero ascends to the surface of a damned earth, determined to unleash some serious wrongdoing on those annoyingly innocent humans, and maybe pick up some spring rolls while he's at it. Judgement day is looming, and the fate of the world rests in one demon's red right hand.

After today, nobody's ever going to laugh at Professor Pebbles again.

Credits

Directed by Pierce Davison

With the Voices of Shaun Micallef, David Smyth, John Safran, James Magnus, Xavier Michelides, Brendan Slattery, Shannon Spicer and Charles ‘Bud’ Tingwell

Produced by Jacob Fjord

Funded by the Film and Television Institute