Film

Female Animators

 
 
Sat, Sep 21, 2019
  • 9PM
 
 
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RUN TIME: 75min
GENERAL ADMISSION: $16
MEMBERS: $8 (free for Level 4 and above)
+  Post-screening Q&A with filmmakers
 
 
 
 
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Part of Film series Animation Block Party

A selection of stellar short films from the world’s top female filmmakers, co-presented by Columbus, Ohio-based art zine collective Malt Adult.

Post-screening Q&A with filmmakers

 
Olga’s Self Insert Fanfiction

Dirs. Ella Sanderson & Georgette Stefoulis
4min

 

When Olga finds an escape through her fanfiction, her fantasies run wild.

 
Punk Rock Yoga

Dir. Annette DeLorean
1min

 

Jade is getting tired of Debbie’s behavior at work.

 
 
 
Albatross Soup

Dir. Winnie Cheung
7min

 

A man gets off a boat. He walks into a restaurant and orders albatross soup.

 
 
I Feed Her

Dir. Natasha L. Sharpe
1min

 

Toothpastie and Natasha tend to each other like a well-oiled machine.

 
 
 
Jack

Dir. Elizabeth Dettmann
4min

 

Werewolf myth, American folk legends, and familial bonds.

 
 
Limbo

Dir. Jennifer Stachovic
5min

 

A lonely ghost girl, longing to cross over, befriends a mysterious phantom limb.

 
 
 
Annihilation Song by Rubblebucket

Dir. Amanda Bonaiuto
4min

 

A woman is swept up by pelicans and chaos in an afternoon ride share.

 
 
The Imaginary Woman

Dir. Laura Benavides
12min

 

“You yourself will be that other woman you have never seen.”

 
 
 
Code Ruth

Dir. Caroline Voagen Nelson
4min

 

A true love story about a Morse code instructor finding her path during WWII.

 
 
The Blue of Salt

Dir. Alice Bohl
10min

 

A young woman takes a night train. The journey brings back painful memories.

 
 
 
March 8

Dir. Carolina Melis
1min

 

Celebration of womanhood.

 
 
Home?

Dir. Helena Giersz
5min

 

A woman returns to her homeland, discovering that her memories don’t actually reflect reality.

 
 
 
The Opposites Game

Dirs. Lisa LaBracio & Anna Samo
5min

 

Students grapple with a seemingly simple prompt: what is the opposite of a gun?

 
 
 
 
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