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 …
Directed by Daniel Barrow
Since the early '90s, Daniel Barrow has developed a unique style of "manual" animation, layering and manipulating his intricate drawings …
Directed by Rob Shaw
A song from the rock band The Unclouded espouses organ donation with the help of stop motion insects.
Directed by Barbara Sternberg
Brief moments of being, fleeting bits of the surrounding chaos.
Directed by Kurtis Hough
Geological formations of land and sea become a study in light, dark, and the enchantments of photographic sight.
Striving for perfection, piano practice turns to obsession.
Directed by Shezad Dawood
A study in parallel universes set as a hazy golden dream in which blue-skinned astronauts emerge from the ocean waves …
An exploration of our timeless relationship with the natural world as a young farmer entangles herself among the flowers, shot …
Directed by Richard Reeves
A direct-animation exploring the relationship between sound and picture, inspired by the two lights inside film projectors.
Directed by Michael Snow
Presented in conjunction with an exhibition of the work of Yuji Agematsu which runs through June 29, these two rarely …
Directed by Jean-Gabriel Périot
“The arresting, eloquent persuasion of Ulrike Meinhof emerges full force from this brilliant debut feature by Jean-Gabriel Périot who culled …