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Sonata

Directed by Nadia Micault

An animation of rotoscoped choreography.

Miss Hokusai

Directed by Keiichi Hara

In 1814 Edo, an accomplished artist works tirelessly in his studio. His name is Katsushika Hokusai and decades later his work will

Man vs. Snake

Directed by Andrew Seklir, Tim Kinzy

In 1983, Tim McVey claimed the highest score ever achieved on a classic video game. The game in question was

An Evening with Kurtis Hough

Directed by Kurtis Hough

Winner of the 2014 Oregon Media Arts Fellowship, Portland filmmaker Kurtis Hough’s work blends animation, documentary, and the surreal into

The Somnambulists

Directed by Mark Andres

Self-described as a “kinographic novel,” The Somnambulists combines stylized drawings, inter-titles and music to fashion an intriguing combination of graphic

Waves ’98

Directed by Ely Dagher

Disillusioned with his life in the suburbs of segregated Beirut, Omar's discovery lures him into the depths of the city

Pa.

Directed by Kapitolina Tsevetkova-Plotnikova

Everyone is unique and has their natural talent. Sometimes it really has to be discovered, because it needs you... Or

Loop Ring Chop Drink

Directed by Nicolas Ménard

The mundane story of a heartbroken man, an online gambling addict, an alcoholic kleptomaniac, and an anxious loner living in

Love in the Time of March Madness

Directed by Robertino Zambrano, Melissa Johnson

The awkward misadventures of a 6'4" tall woman who is a star on the basketball court but struggles to find

Bear Story

Directed by Gabriel Osorio

An old, melancholy bear tells his life story through a mechanical diorama.

Num Nums

Directed by Michael Farris, Sean Farris

Ralpete has trouble waking up from a nightmare world filled with "handmade" stop-motion creatures and tasty candles.

April and the Extraordinary World

Directed by Christian Desmares, Frank Ekinci

1941. Napoléon V is the ruler of an alternative France, and without modern technology, the world runs on coal and