Directed by Evelyn Jane Ross
Clay bodies melt into a sensuous tide of human consciousness. In a land of creation, Adam who is normally seen as a man is a woman.
Directed by Hannes Rall
An animated adaptation of the famous Shakespeare poem “All The World’s A Stage” narrated by the renowned Shakespeare actor and director Samuel West.
Directed by Amanda Bonaiuto
Batfish Soup is a fictionalized absurdist film based on memories of freakish childhood visitations with my grandparents. Violence, senseless fear, and play become indistinguishable as the characters dance their way through the evening.
Directed by Sandra Schießl
Chika the dog and the five-year old Mikasch are the heroes of this story which is set in a Jewish ghetto in an unnamed Polish city. The little dog helps Mikasch to develop as a child despite the persecution of the Jews and the threats of the 2nd World War.
Directed by Kirsten Johnson
(Canada/2016/4:55mins/East Coast Premiere)
A woman wakes up covered in toys. Is she hungover? Depressed? Can she get up? Live action and stop-motion animation fuse together in this mad ride exploring self-doubt, delusion, misplaced inner voices and embroidery floss.
Directed by Hetty van Oordt & Jasper Kuipers
A childhood wish seems to become fulfilled. History tells its own story.
Directed by Dennis Kim
(South Korea/2016/9mins/World Premiere)
The story of an AI unit who is anything but artificial.
Directed by Adrienne Dowling
(United Kingdom/2016/10mins/USA Premiere)
A stop motion fairytale in which an aquatic creature tries to win the heart of a sea-witch.
Directed by Robin Joseph
Fox and the Whale follows the story of a curious fox who goes in search of an elusive whale. a journey of longing and discovery.