Animation is Art is Animation: Short Films
Carnegie Institution for Science, Elihu Root Auditorium
Washington, DC
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Animation is Art is Animation: Short Films
A Selection of Amazing Animation

Alef bTamuz (Israel/2018/5.58 mins.) directed by Yael Reisfeld; Bluebrain (France/2018/ 1.35 mins.)  directed by Simon Duclos; Brainworm Billy  (USA/2018/2.36 mins.) directed by  Emily Hubley; did you know? (USA/2018/ 7.46 mins) directed by Lynn Kim; Everyflower (China/2018/8.36 mins.) directed by Cai YUANQING; Evol (France/2018/1:22 mins.)  directed by Kayu Leung; Khadija (Turkey and Syria/ 2018/2:55 mins.) directed by Beshr Idlbi; Little Skeleton  (USA/2018/1:30 mins.) directed by Jennifer Levonian; Living Like Heta  (Switzerland/2018/6.12 mins.) directed by  Bianca Caderas,  Isabella Luu and Kerstin Zemp; Morse (USA/2018/2:52 mins.) directed by Tom Bessoir; Natalie D (France/2018/ 5:26)  directed by Angele Beraud; Panta Rhei  (France/2018/10.14 mins) directed by Wouter Bongaerts; Random Thoughts (USA/2018/7:20)  directed by Steven Vander Meer; The Stained Club  (France/2018/6.39 mins)  directed by Mélanie Lopez, Simon Boucly, Marie Ciesielski, Alice Jaunet, Chan Stéphie Peang, Béatrice Viguier; You used to bring me flowers (Israel/2018/4:44mins)  directed by Nofar Schweitzer; Where I was born (USA/2018/4.26 mins.) directed by Jungmin Cha

Location

Carnegie Institution for Science, Elihu Root Auditorium (View)
1530 P Street NW
Washington, DC 20005
United States


Categories

Arts > Visual
Film > Festivals
Film > Movies
Film > Premiers

Minimum Age: 18
Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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