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Symphony No. 42

Directed by Reka Busci

A series of surreal and comedic vignettes exploring the often-anthropomorphising nature of human/animal interaction; set in a strange forest where

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Birdboy

Directed by Alberto Vazquez, Pedro Rivero

A terrible industrial accident changes Little Dinki’s life forever. Now Dinki’s fate may ride on the wings of her eccentric

Lullaby of Birdland

Directed by Edgar Bridwell

In a near-abstract landscape, we follow two birds and a hippo as they make their way around a strange and

The Thief of Mirrors / Looking For Love in the Hall of Mirrors

Directed by Daniel Barrow

Since the early '90s, Daniel Barrow has developed a unique style of "manual" animation, layering and manipulating his intricate drawings

From a Drop of Ink

Directed by Natalie Scott

A magical pen gives birth to a surprise character. From filmmaker Natalie Scott: This is the first time I animated

Hipopotamy

Directed by Piotr Dumala

Naked women and children are bathing in a river. They are being secretly observed by a group of men who

Aya of Yop City

Directed by Clement Oubrerie, Marguerite Abouet

Based on the series of young adult graphic novels, this vibrant animated tale unfolds in a colorful, working-class neighborhood in

That Bitch Becky

Directed by Rebecca Rochon

Seeking to impress her insect friends, socially ambitious wasp Becky gives a party in order to show off, but things

Kubo and the Two Strings

Directed by Travis Knight

In LAIKA’s most recent film, a spectacular, epic adventure, kindhearted Kubo ekes out a humble living, telling stories to the

The Great Escape

Directed by Ibrahim Salim

Quick action saves the day. This project was produced as part of Northwest Film Center's 2017 Summer Film Camp. Ibrahim's

Cargo Cult

Directed by Bastien Dubois

It’s the middle of WWII and inhabitants of a remote Pacific island are captivated by mysterious cargo gods who appear

Cheatin’

Directed by Bill Plympton

An adult tale of love, jealousy, revenge, and murder—infused with Plympton’s surreal sense of humor—Cheatin’ takes its inspiration from the work