SLIFF: Shorts 1: Animation 1


Sun, Nov 11th, 2012 2:00 pm
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SLIFF: Shorts 1: Animation 1

Being Bradford Dillman
(Emma Burch, U.K., 2011, 10 min.): A mother and daughter’s relationship is shadowed by alcohol, loneliness, and a dislike of boys.
Bite of the Tail
(Song E. Kim, U.S., 2012, 9 min.): A woman suffering from stomach pain firmly believes that she can find cure from a snake.
Bradley Manning Had Secrets
(Adam Butcher, U.K., 2011, 6 min.): The story of Wikileaks source Bradley Manning as a young American soldier going through crises of conscience and identity.
Flawless Life
(Ozgul Gurbuz, Turkey, 2012, 4 min.): A homeless man offers his understanding of the flawless life.
Furnace Keep
(Gary Grant, U.S., 2011, 3 min.): A chronicle of self-imprisonment, reawakening, and liberation.
Hula Hoop
(Tess Martin, U.S., 2012, 2 min.): A girl with a hula hoop undergoes transformaton.
The Hunter
(Marieka Walsh, Australia, 2011, 7 min.): A lone hunter undertakes a search for a missing boy deep in the snow-covered mountains.
Ills
(Ron Williams, U.S., 2011, 4 min.): A musical about measles, mumps, and scary bumps, chills, pills, and doctor bills.
In Between Shadows
(Tianran Duan, U.S., 2012, 6 min.): The sun casts rays inside buildings, creating shadows that form inifinte spaces and mysterious structures.
Libidinis
(Mercedes & Rosa Peris Medina, Spain, 2011, 4 min.): A man and a woman uncover each other, taking off their skin as an intimate act.
Luminaris
(Juan Pablo Zaramella, Spain, 2011, 6 min.): In a world controlled by light, an ordinary man has a plan that could change the natural order of things.
Nightingales in December
(Theodore Ushev, Canada, 2011, 3 min.): There are no nightingales in December – only the history of our beginning and our end.
Phone Home
(Myles McLeod, U.K., 2012, 3 min.): The first phone call from Mars.
Sinsis
(Carmen Lloret, Spain, 2011, 3 min.): They long to take each other’s place.
Sketchtravel
(Dice Tsutsumi, Japan, 2011, 8 min.): Animals pass around a sketchbook to achieve something they cannot do alone.
Suspended Animation
(Cam Rossiter, Australia, 2012, 16 min.): A caterpillar grows old inside his cocoon with a painting of a beautiful butterfly.
Ursus
(Reinis Petersons, Latvia, 2011, 11 min.): A bear works as an acrobat-motorcyclist in a traveling circus but yearns for the forest.
The Whale Story
(Tess Martin, U.S., 2012, 4 min.): A fisherman experiences a moment of connection with a female humpback whale in the waters off of San Francisco.
Wolf Dog Tales
(Bernadine Santistevan, U.S., 2012, 7 min.): Some of life’s greatest questions are answered through a series of indigenous tales of animal wisdoms.











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