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Antarctica

Directed by Salise Hughes

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

An Evening With Gail Noonan

Directed by Gail Noonan

Vancouver, B.C., is home to some of the world’s great independent animators, including Gail Noonan. She studied animation at Emily

The Boy and the World

Directed by Ale Abreu

Brazilian artist Alê Abreu’s whimsical, exquisitely-rendered, animated film views contemporary society through the eyes of a child. Cuca, a small

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

Salmon Deadly Sins

Directed by Steven Vander Meer

Five thousand salmon-colored index cards, the seven deadly sins, bizarre anagrams, and a host of serendipitous occurrences mingled in the

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One Night in Florida

Directed by Tess Martin

Martin illustrates President Obama’s speech reacting to the case involving George Zimmerman shooting an unarmed black teenager in 2012.

Recycled Realizations

Directed by Jon Behrens

Combining an optical printer, found footage, and handmade filmmaking techniques, Behrens achieves a new visual experience.

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The Secret of the Kells

Directed by Tomm Moore, Nora Twomey

Magic, fantasy, and Celtic mythology come together in a dazzling, enchanting story about the power of imagination and faith to

Giovanni’s Island

Directed by Mizuho Nishikubo

After Japan’s surrender at the end of World War II, the lives of brothers Junpei and Kanta are turned upside-down

Through the Hawthorn

Directed by Anna Benner, Pia Borg, Gemma Burditt

Three characters, three perspectives, three directors: A session between a psychiatrist, a schizophrenic patient, and his mother. A triptych exploring

Pistachios

Directed by Terese Cuff

Pistachio nuts are brought to hand-manipulated, illusory life through playful filmmaking techniques.

Wild Bichons

Directed by Stefan Nadelman

A surreal encounter between man and Bichon ensues in the bucolic setting of a Pacific Northwest forest.