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[Who]

Directed by Abbey Sacks

Faces and objects come into view and suddenly vanish in this texturally dense, surprising animation.

365-One Year. One Film. One Second a Day.

Directed by The Brothers McLeod

Illustrator Greg and writer Myles produced one second of animation every day for a year. No storyline, script or storyboard—just

A Beginning, A Middle, and An End

Directed by Jon Behrens

A truck explodes into a kaleidoscope of painted, optically printed animation.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Directed by Jiří Trnka

In this bewitching adaptation of Shakespeare’s romantic fairy tale, the love lives of mortals and forest sprites mingle during one

A Rat’s Life

Directed by Zak Margolis

A rat’s somewhat peaceful existence is shattered when he is confronted by a large, growing hotdog during a routine fishing

A Star from the Start: Early Jiří Trnka Shorts

Directed by Jiří Trnka

Trnka’s early shorts work quickly established him as a master filmmaker. This program includes The Animals and the Brigands (1946),

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A Tale of Momentum & Inertia

Directed by Kirk Kelley, Kameron Gates

Rock Giant holds the fate of a small coastal village in his hands.

A Universe: Films by Laura Heit

Directed by Laura Heit

At the heart of animator, filmmaker, and puppeteer Laura Heit’s creative universe is a yearning to connect to human emotions.

Adama

Directed by Simon Rouby

The year is 1916. Adama is 12-years-old and lives in a remote West African village. When his elder brother Samba

Akira

Directed by Katsuhiro Ohtomo

Ohtomo’s influential work reinvigorated Western interest in Japanese anime and still feels cutting-edge to this day. Adapting the voluminous cyberpunk

Aliens with a Side of Milk

Directed by James Sauve

From Northwest Film Center Surprises fall from the sky.

Ameya

Directed by Mackie Mallison

18-year-old artist and activist Ameya Marie fights for change by creating pieces that address topics such as police brutality, school