International Animation Shorts Program III (68 min)
Pengpeng Du | 5 min | USA Premiere
The life of a concubine was bound; she is consumed by her man through both dream and reality.
Alice Saey | 7 min | France | USA Premiere
The Egyptian goose seduces us and the flocks of geese with their desire torn between individuality and the urge toward group behavior.
WOODY & WOODY
Jaume Carrio | 13 min | Spain | USA Premiere
A modest tribute to a great filmmaker from New York, with frenetic and ironic dialogs and vibrant drawings that seem to move to the rhythm of jazz.
Asghar Safar & Jalai Yekta Abbas | 7 min | Iran | USA Premiere
The white ogre attacks the city and kidnaps the king. Rostam is sent to find and return him.
Alicja Jasina | USA | 7 min | USA Premiere
Based on a poem by Aldous Huxley, a stubborn narrator slowly breaks free of their limitations, allowing more fluidity into their thought process.
Meinardas Valkevicius | 4 min | Lithuania | USA Premiere
Human activity does not always have a positive effect on our planet. Look explores natural cycles of exchange between humans and animals…dare to look and change the world!
Pablo Polledri | Argentina | 9 min | USA Premiere
Ambition, exploitation of labour, environmental pollution, human degradation, surplus value, corruption and much more in the amazing world of free market!
Patrick Osborne | 6 min | USA | Boston Premiere
Set inside their home, a beloved hatchback, Pearl follows a girl and her dad as they crisscross the country chasing their dreams. It’s a story about the gifts we hand down and their power to carry love. And finding grace in the unlikeliest of places.
Eileen O’Meara | 3 min | USA | Boston Premiere
This hand-drawn animation explores anxiety, obsession, and one woman’s slippery hold on reality.
Rachel Beltran | 7 min | USA | East Coast Premiere | BEST ANIMATION SHORT
Is there a crowd on a blind date?
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