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Animation Block Party presents a collection of exceptional films by students and independent animators.
Directed by Mark Phillips
RUN TIME: 3:11
One soldier's moment in an abstract battle that has no beginning or end.
Directed by Nate Theis
RUN TIME: 3:51
Animated road rage.
Directed by Simeon Kondev
RUN TIME: 3:34
Organic brutality, viscera, and groove.
Directed by Fraser Munden and Neil Rathbone
RUN TIME: 13:34
The untold true story of a lone teacher chaperoning a school dance in 1970s Montreal.
Directed by Philip Watts
RUN TIME: 1:32
An architect in the skies grows bored of his creation and decides to spice things up.
Directed by Ariel Chao and Paul Zeke
RUN TIME: 4:50
Captains Jim and Jane navigate their way through the world of animation.
Directed by Na Yon Cho
RUN TIME: 2:02
A hand-drawn and cut-out animation illustrating the story of Giovanni Giorgio Moroder.
Directed by Jonathan Hance
RUN TIME: 0:45
Small talk at a neighborhood pub.
Directed by Latoya Raveneau
RUN TIME: 3:56
What is the price of being stepped on?
Directed by Dustin Reno and Yizhou Li
RUN TIME: 3:52
A frustrated detective’s pursuit for the truth takes an unexpected turn.
Directed by Kyle Fleischer
RUN TIME: 7:01
Alone in the desert, a class of Satanic children go about their day.
Directed by Mariel Sayuno
RUN TIME: 2:39
Two children share a ball in an imaginative game of catch.
Directed by Cassie Urban
RUN TIME: 2:29
A boy's grandmother comes back from the dead, but he is too terrified of her form to dance.
Directed by Luz Batista and Sarah Sloyer
RUN TIME: 5:31
A lonely boy finds a wayward alien in his backyard.
Directed by Jennifer Yoo
RUN TIME: 4:03
In ancient times, a hero emerges.
Directed by Megan McShane
RUN TIME: 1:50
The tragic story of a spare tire struggling to find its true purpose.
Directed by Iain Collins
RUN TIME: 3:10
Two rowdy teens foil a hard-boiled duck’s assassination attempts on an old lady.
Directed by Justin Connolly
RUN TIME: 3:09
Stop motion short commenting on man's relationship with technology.
Directed by Annette DeLorean
RUN TIME: 2:47
A musician overcomes her childhood as a loner only to realize she liked being that way.