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Animated Student Films

 
 
Sun, Sep 22, 2019
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Part of Film series Animation Block Party

A showcase of the best student films of the year.

Post-screening Q&A with filmmakers

 
Julia

Dir. Julian Gallese
2min, Royal College of Art

 

Bread is a staple food prepared from a dough of flour and water, usually by baking.

 
Knife Hanging From A Tree

Dir. JiHee Nam
3min, CalArts

 

A fruit, the persimmon, depicting the idea of greed and karma, a small object could change people.

 
 
 
A Peach

Dir. Lina Kalcheva
4min, London College of Communication

 

A boy is enamored with a peach, progressively becoming sexually obsessed and terrified of it.

 
 
Cadence

Dir. Branwyn Elizabeth
4min, SVA

 

Kids can enlist when they’re 18, sometimes 17, fighting for freedoms civilians take for granted.

 
 
 
waiting by the phone

Dir. Olivia Jensen
4min, DePaul

 

One woman, living in an apartment for two, struggles to live while coping with tragedy.

 
 
Time To Go

Dir. Chloe Mitchell
3min, SFSU

 

An animated music video showcasing a personal take on the normalcy of depression.

 
 
 
A Bird With No Legs

Dir. Nick Cinelli
9min, NFTS

 

Theo plays his saxophone to lead his father inside a magical song to help overcome his grief.

 
 
Out Of Service

Dir. Carwyn Leung
3min, Edinburgh College of Art

 

A security guard stumbles across a child who dropped their toy down an elevator gap.

 
 
 
Great gig in the sky

Dir. Cody Millett
3min, MassArt

 

Struggling to write a hit song, bandmates find their unique sound when a new member joins the band.

 
 
Fireflower

Dir. Stephan Leeper
6min, Huntington University

 

A nun, four orphans, and a glitchy robot on a quest for beauty…what could possibly go wrong?

 
 
 
Today, Tomorrow, Right Now

Dir. Carl D’Arpa
5min, RIT

 

A man goes into the desert to dig his own grave.

 
 
Blieschow

Dir. Christoph Sarow
10min, Filmakademie Baden Württemberg GmbH

 

A young boy’s struggle with an ocean of chickens, peeing, the universe, and his rough cousin.

 
 
 
Myrtle

Dir. Kyu-yeon Jung
5min, Cal State Long Beach

 

Vengeful trash monsters chase after a girl who is too lazy to clean up her waste in a proper way.

 
 
Protein Pal

Dirs. Mitchell Blass and Andres Guerrero
2min, Ringling

 

An obese man accidentally summons a protein-shake genie.

 
 
 
Kelpie

Dir. Dani Bittner
4min, Sheridan College

 

A shepherd frees a panicked, trapped horse, only to find out why it was shackled in the first place.

 
 
God of Chaos

Dir. Maddie Brewer
6min, RISD

 

A mysterious cult performs an ancient ceremony…inviting an otherworldly power into their earthly realm.

 
 
 
 
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