Filmmakers in attendance. Film program will be followed by Q&A
A collection of animated stories from near and far. An array of visuals from the canvas, stage, and screen. These images of still life will move you.
In 1893, a 13-year-old girl came to work for French painter Paul Gauguin as his maid and model. They called her Annah la Javanaise.
A young woman reminisces about her deceased grandmother, whose volatile personality troubled and confused her as a child.
When a young mother moves into a neighborhood, her preconceptions are challenged by the neighbors who show her the value of community.
Bijal, a former goat herder with mystical musical abilities wanders the deserts of Sindh, in search of purpose after suffering a severe trauma.
Warmth is a stop motion animation inspired by the creator’s budding friendship with a gentle homeless man who lives outside her apartment.
The war has settled down, but a conflict is still escalating.
in this tale of love, learn, enlightenment, creativity, and growth, two children discover a way to give a Mother’s Day gift beyond materialism.
A girl with magic eyelashes is exploited for them by her school, her community, and eventually the government.
A story about warmth, hope and family in the new normal.
In a room full of torn walls, the woman recalls some ups and downs of love while she is waiting for the paint to dry.
A stop-motion animated music video for the Filipino band, The Itchyworms.
Letters and words escape into the cloudy frustration of an unhoused student struggling to read, until her tutor breaks-through and braves the storm with her
A musician who lose passion about life, accidentally fall out of winnow and goes through a journey of his past, present, and future.