Astounding Animation: Film Program at DCIFF 2014
US Navy Memorial Heritage Center
Washington , DC
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Astounding Animation: Film Program at DCIFF 2014
13 new short films made with a range of animation styles by artists of exceptional talent, innovation, humor and creativity. Includes both narrative and experimental films. Several of the animation artists will be in attendance and the program is followed by a Q&A session.

Creation & Hope (USA/2013/10mins) dir. by Keith Carter and Gia Kereselidze;  
Dogonauts: Enemy Line (USA / 2013 / 17mins) dir. by Shel Rasch;
Elysian Fields (Singapore/ 2013 / 10:50mins) dir. by Ina Conradi;
Fallt (USA / 2013 / 2:06min) dir. by Chadwick Whitehead;
Light Me Up (USA / 2012 / 9mins) dir. by Derek Dolechek and Ryan Walton;  
Salmon Deadly Sins (USA/ 2013 / 7mins) dir.by Steven Vander Meer;  
Sidewalk  (USA / 2013 / 4:15mins)/ dir. by Celia Bullwinkel;
Fibonacci Bread (Croatia / 2012 / 7:40mins) dir. by Danijel Zezelj;
A Life with Asperger's  (USA / 2013 / 4mins)/ dir. by Jamie Ekkens;
Sausage (UK / 2013 / 8mins) dir. by Robert Grieves;
Si Lunchai (Singapore / 2013 / 8:36mins) dir. by Hannes Rall;
The Rose of Turaida (Australia / 2013 / 6:13mins) dir. by Ryan Grobins  
Virtuos Virtuell (Australia / 2013 / 6:13mins) dir. by Ryan Grobins.

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US Navy Memorial Heritage Center (View)
701 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Washington , DC 20004
United States


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Arts > Visual
Film > Festivals
Film > Movies
Film > Premiers
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Non-Smoking: Yes!
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