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Antarctica

Directed by Salise Hughes

Erased and scratched film histories set the tone for a voyage across economic production.

Approved for Adoption

Directed by Laurent Boileau, Jung Henin

VISITING ARTIST—The Korean War left thousands of young refugees scattered across Europe and the United States. In this vibrant animated

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

Archangel Gabriel and Mistress Goose

Directed by Jiří Trnka

Adapted from a story in Boccaccio’s Decameron, this irreverent, medieval-set lampoon of religious hypocrisy mixes Christian iconography with bawdy black

Armor Del Amor

Directed by Kirk Kelley

A nature ‘documentary’ that follows the mating rituals of a Dasypus novemcinctus (Nine-banded female armadillo) as she discovers the dark

Aspirations

Directed by Nathan Sonenfeld

A baby tells its father what it dreams to become in life.

Aubade

Directed by Mauro Carraro

In a surrealist, backlit scene, swimmers and birds witness the spectacle of the dawn, hypnotized by the music of a

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

Babe

Directed by Chris Noonan

Shy but plucky runt piglet Babe doesn’t quite seem to know his place in the world. When he’s won by

Bear Story

Directed by Gabriel Osorio

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

Best of the 44th Northwest Filmmakers’ Festival Tour

Directed by Various

The Northwest Film Center is honored to present the Best of the 44th Northwest Filmmakers' Festival, a carefully selected cross-section

Best of the We Like ‘Em Short Film Festival

Directed by Various

Each Summer in the Eastern Oregon town of Baker City, the We Like ‘Em Short Film Festival springs to life