Narrative Shorts: Animation
This impressively diverse program of animation features drugs, dogs, motorcycles, and much, much more.
There are 11,926 pharmaceutical drugs available worldwide, and this film shows 2,863 of them.
Hurt as a child, a girl can't rid herself of the painful memories, which prevent her from connecting with her father.
A lobotomized bunny living in a research laboratory has a huge appetite for carrots.
A dark comedy about a husband and wife whose different ideas of gender conformity lead to an unexpected confrontation.
On a remote island in the future, people train for an important mission.
A touching and personal exploration of the relationship between the filmmaker's father and his best friend.
The wind blows and lifts the characters of a book to form alphabet creatures.
Melanie Fyfe is convinced she is an owl trapped in a human body.
Soon to be sent to a concentration camp, Mercurio is forced to quickly become a man.
A middle-aged man indulging in the tempting world of food has to deal with the loneliness deep in his empty heart.
A mother and daughter run a small flower shop out of their house as a war breaks out in their homeland.
A naive paradise bird goes out of his way to attract a mate.
An Indian girl revisits her immigration journey and voyages through an emotional landscape of memory.
An homage to the iconic motorcycle design and culture of the 1950s and 1960s.
A journey through North Dublin on Christmas in the rain.
Two rival drink-shop owners feud over the business of a thirsty customer.
A girl moves to a foggy seaside village and encounters a white dog tied to an anchor and living alone next door.
With "Grab My Hand" co-director Camrus Johnson; "Passage" director Asavari Kumar and producer Siddharth Zutshi; and "SodaPop" director Robert Cox.