Expired October 31, 2020 3:59 AM
Already unlocked? for access
16 films in package
An introduction to the festival!
Wash and Love
A young girl struggles to understand her uneasy balance between independence and submission.
Closed captions available
We like all kinds of animals, even abstract animals.
The Fire Next Time
Rioting spreads as social inequality causes tempers in a struggling community to flare, but the oppressive environment takes on a life of its own as the shadows of the housing estate close in.
Freeze frame: the most absurd technique since the invention of the moving image. Through an elaborate process of duplicating the same image over and over again, it creates the illusion of stillness.
Escaping from an alien planet, an astronaut must reach the space shuttle before a mysterious beast catches him.
Dinner Time is a surreal hand-drawn animation about the negative impact of harsh gender roles within a nuclear family.
Lah gah (Letting go)
A dive into sunny childhood memories and emotional depths of loss and disappearance, trying to grasp what is not tangible.
A betrayed wife starts to investigate her husband‚Äôs mistresses. Her jealousy is gradually replaced by curiosity.
No Other One
These two characters who got separated in a world without context take action to find each other. This work represents a modern world in dislocation, in which the Internet is the new normal.
An improvised stop-motion film about a woman exploring her own psyche through its manifestation as a sequence of identical yet progressively smaller rooms, inhabited by multiple selves.
Kapaemahu reveals the hidden history of four legendary healing stones on Waikiki Beach, and the mysterious spirits within them.
LAX to Vancouver
An animated short about a trip from the LAX International Airport to Vancouver and a pair of worn American Apparel underwear.
Un diable dans la poche
A group of children witnesses a crime and is forced to remain silent. Auguste, the youngest, finds the burden too heavy and decides to reveal this secret.
The rigidity of a historical fact rolls by like clouds, or maybe like cloud-computing. Digital landscapes like desktops, trash cans, and cursors flatten the sensation of what tangibly remains: the invisible pleasure of wind on skin.