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Animation Short Film Program
Northwest Film Forum
Seattle, WA
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Animation Short Film Program
Thurs Sept 26: 6:30pm

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Festival - Local Sightings Film Festival 2019: Short Films

Feel every emotion under the sun with Local Sightings carefully-curated block of animated works in varying styles and mediums.

Maniac Landscapes
(Matthew Wade, Boise, ID, 7 min)

Flowers come alive in a house of death.

Rising
(Luca Dipierro, Portland, OR, 4 min)

Rising is an animated animated short film/music video for the album Rising. A Requiem for Father Murphy by Father Murphy
(Avant! Records, Ramp Local, 2018). The narrative of Rising is not a straight forward one. Elementary and delicate dynamics between figures are set in motion (the act of seeing, of witnessing, of touching, of giving and being given to) in a series of tableaux pervaded by sentiments of loss and grief, and by the sense of the unexpected. The video is shot in stop motion, using cut-outs and objects made of old book cloth, paper, fabric, wood, stone, feathers, flowers.

TV
(Richard Reeves, Creston, British Columbia, 2 min)

Transformed images become sounds. Experimental abstract animation created by applying both sound and picture directly onto film.

Falling
(Nick Shively, Seattle, WA, 4 min)

New love in a cartoon daydream. The music video for Falling by Dude York.

I Needed the Military, Now What
(Neely Goniodsky, Seattle, WA, 4 min)

He found a family in the army. After he was shot, it all disappeared. Now, hes facing his demons to be the hero his son deserves.

SUBSTANCE
(Jamaal Bradley, Redmond, WA, 5 min)

Two brothers fight over the forthcoming destruction of their family, but the love of a small child will change the future for generations.

Transplant
(p murphy, Portland, OR, 2 min)

Flora lives in a dream world. Flora is playful and rambunctious which sometimes gets her into trouble. However, with the help of her mysterious muddy friend, her loss is transformed into something magical.

Bird Milk
(Christopher Strickler, Vancouver, BC, 4 min)

An anxiety inducing exploration of juicy colors and crunchy textures driven by chaotic electronic music.

Everyone Counts
(Danny Tayara, Seattle, WA, 1 min)

On the issue of climate change especially, not all are equal, and not all have the same power. This animated short is a call to those in power to do the right thing.

Foretold
(Lulu Keating, Canada, 8 min)

There is so much that we dont understand. An injured artist ponders a seemingly prescient dream.

Two Houses
(Matt Orefice, 4 min)

A music video for the band Iarvles.

Snow Lee Leopard
(Laura Heit, Portland, OR, 3 min)

A small Oregon forest inhabited by the sculptures of Artist Lee Kelly prompts an animation flurry.

Location

Northwest Film Forum (View)
1515 12th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
United States

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