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Female Animators

 
 
Sat, Jul 28, 2018
  • 7PM
 
 
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A mix of animated short films from the world’s top female filmmakers.

 
Peaches

Dir. Leah Shore
4min

 

Very animated people with Peaches.

 
Here We Go

Dir. Elise Roedenbeck
3min

 

Official animated music video for “Here We Go” by Brooklyn punk rockers the Tracys.

 
 
 
Tall Tales

Dir. Una Lorenzen
3min

 

A hand-drawn peek into a seemingly normal narrative world that dissolves into abstraction.

 
 
Airport

Dir. Michaela Mueller
11min

 

The pinnacle of modern society, where the limits of borders, security, and tolerance are tested.

 
 
 
Tidal Wave

Dir. Christi Bertelsen
3min

 

An animated short memoir about letting go.

 
 
Below

Dir. Olga Makarchuk
8min

 

Below sea level the past seems to be a happier place.

 
 
 
When Having a Child Doesn't Make You Happy

Dir. Jordan Bruner
4min

 

Yael discusses her painful journey dealing with postpartum depression.

 
 
Creatrincos Velve

Dir. Winona Regan
5min

 

Learning to resist fear and embrace pleasure.

 
 
 
The Black Sheep

Dir. Sara Babbitt
3min

 

A daughter and mother struggle to accept each others’ differences.

 
 
Downhill

Dir. Erica Moriconi
6min

 

Neighbors resort to self-destruction over their decaying apartment.

 
 
 
Go! Go! Go!

Dir. Molly Allis
5min

 

There is a cartoon dystopia on the brink of total self-destruction.

 
 
Why Don’t I Like The Way I Look

Dir. Rachel Gitlevich
5min

 

An animated exploration of why we hate our bodies and how to learn to love them.

 
 
 
Angst Shorts

Dir. Sarah Schmidt
4min

 

A cat heads to a friend’s apartment to pregame for the big firework show.

 
 
Opening Night

Dir. Margaret Bialis
5min

 

A man reflects on formative life conflicts with optimism, humor, gratitude, and a musical twist.

 
 
 
Wild Woman

Dir. Vanessa Sweet
4min

 

An animated poem to mankind that invokes current world issues in a plea for empathy.

 
 
Brainworm Billy

Dir. Emily Hubley
3min

 

A young man is haunted by Billy Crystal.

 
 
 
 
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