Saturday, March 5th & Sunday, March 13th
3:30 PM March 5th & 12:00 PM March 13th
US Naval Heritage Center
$11 HERE OR AT THE DOOR (Children 6 & Under are free)
Directed by Dana Sink
I lost my bicycle. I want to ride my bike.
Directed by Cat Hayes
When things go hand in hand what use is just one.
HARD TO BE A SPARROW
Directed by Darya Vyatkina
A crafty sparrow meets a friend.
IN A GOOD WAY
Directed by Yi Ju Tsai
The poetic story addresses how society tries to shape and distort people, to evoke awareness of respecting one’s true voice and following one’s natural path.
Directed by Irina Rubina
A Dot and a Line blossom within the ecstasy of touch into a sensual play of colors and forms.
Directed by Daphna Awadish
Personal stories fuse together a man and a bird in a cinematic commentary on immigration.
Directed by Boubaker Boukhari
Karouma strives to break through and leave his parents’ nest to pursue his dreams and live his life to its full potential.
Directed by Anna Romanova
You want to escape to the place where nobody is present. But what if you aren’t present when you are absolutely alone?
Directed by Ru Kuwahata
A house is visited by a clean, organized, well-mannered guest.
THE STORY OF PERCIVAL PILTS
Directed by Janette Goodey and John Lewis
While playing on stilts as a child, Percival Pilts declares that he’ll never again let his feet touch the ground!
Directed by Heather Collins
A little old lady devises an inventive way to cope with the fast-paced and less-than-considerate world around her.
Directed by Marie-Brune de Chassey
Children and animals change states to illustrate the way one can sense its own body under the eyes of others and through one’s own gaze.