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Today’s Festival – ANIMATION Film Festival

See the Full Lineup of Films:

GRAY MATTERS, 1min., Egypt
Directed by Mariam Khodeir, Andrea Quintero
Gray Matters is a stop-motion animated short film that highlights fascinating aspects of the human brain in a fun, illustrated, educational, and sarcastic tone.

NOMAD, 4min., Lebanon
Directed by Abdulrahman El Abyad, Lynne Zakhour, Tamara Qaddoumi
By the light of fireflies, the whispers of mythical snakes, and the ushering of a myriad of under worldly creatures, Nomad illustrates the twist and turns of a journey to the individuation of the spirit. Weaving through realms of light and shadow, where every encounter is alive with meaning, the uprooted protagonist takes us from the depths of her unconscious to the illuminations of the divine feminine.

JUMALAUTA, 3min., Finland
Directed by Karri Esala
An alcohol-thirsty fellow seeks for a drink. Unbeknownst to him, his recklessness manifests into violence towards those around him.

LUCHA AND THE EKEKO, 8min., USA
Directed by Roger Edwards
MARISOL is a shy, recently orphaned, middle-schooler. Today, with the help of her adoptive mother, ELENA, she rummages for items to sell at her school’s fundraiser.

QUELLING QRAMPUS, 2min., USA
Directed by Derwin Hayden
Jade must save Christmas when a domestic terrorist wreaks havoc in the mall.

MORE, 4min., India
Directed by Vaibhav Madhukar Piwlatkar
“A True happiness is not a destination but it is a journey.”
As a human being we always want more and more new things in our life . We think they will give us more happiness. So we keep running behind the new things leaving the one which we have in our hand and at last we realize that it is not the things that give us happiness but the moment we cherish.

CHRISTMAS PRESENT, 7min., Greece
Directed by Konstantinos P. Kakarountas
When the financial crisis destroys your life and everything around you dissolves, you start an internal monologue trying to pamper yourself as much as you can. Your only goal is to save your family. By all means! And Christmas is coming soon…

ONCE I PASSED, 10min., Germany
Directed by Martin Gerigk
Walt Whitman is one of the most important poets in American literature. His main work, Leaves of Grass, was written over a period of forty years, and describes human nature, society, and the natural world, both physically and philosophically.

MICROTOONS, 7min., Australia
Directed by Aaron Welch, Rina Fu
What starts as a normal day for Eric the Erythrocyte becomes an action-packed adventure as the Golden Staph Gang invades the body and battles with the white blood cell army. As the general leading the army, Mike the Macrophage finds himself caught between leading the battle and keeping Eric out of harm’s way. MicroToons entertains and explores the science of the microbiological world with original characters.

AMERICAN CINCINNATUS, 12min,. USA, Documentary
Directed by Matt Wood
Can you imagine Julius Caesar willingly turning back power? History is littered with examples of military men who seized power and were reluctant to give it up. Yet two remarkable individuals, separated by 2,000 years, both made the decision to give up near-absolute authority in favor of life as a citizen. George Washington, America�s first president, and Lucius Quinctius Cincinnatus, an early Roman statesman, lived dramatically different lives, but both understood the nature and importance of civic virtue. Washington�s decision to not seek a third term as president set a lasting precedent for the peaceful transition of power that endures today.

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