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This program of shorts focused on turning points. Between the ages of 11-14 so many things seem as confusing as they are clear. There are important moments that may lead to discovery and change. What do you think will happen next for the young people in these short films.

For Ages 11-14 | 80 minutes | Presented in English, nonverbal and original languages with English subtitles

Themes: Coming of age, Intergenerational/Youth and Elders or Parents, Making Friends/Friendship (SEL), Facing Fears 

Nothing Make Sense

I try to capture every thought of drawing through animation. No matter how simple I draw, it always takes a lot of progress to proceed. When it comes to artwork it’s not like I can just swing my pen around and a drawing is done. Every step I make takes time. Ideas are flowing, and negative thoughts are roaring. After dealing with everything then I can finally move on to the next step. This film is named “Nothing Make Sense”, which means whatever I draw, is not just the thing I draw, there are tons of irrelevant things in my mind. But I need to go through those to complete my artwork. Those irrelevant thoughts seem doesn’t make sense but they make sense at the same time.

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    2 minutes
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    World Premiere
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    Hao Jyun Wu