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The Best of the Ottawa International Animation Festival 2013

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Wind (Robert Loebel, Germany, 2012)

Wind (Robert Loebel, Germany, 2012)

Image courtesy of the Ottawa International Animation Festival

Virtuoso Virtual (Thomas Stellmach and Maja Oschmann, Germany, 2013)

Virtuoso Virtual (Thomas Stellmach and Maja Oschmann, Germany, 2013)

Image courtesy of the Ottawa International Animation Festival

Two Weeks - Two Minutes (Judith Poirier, Canada, 2013)

Two Weeks - Two Minutes (Judith Poirier, Canada, 2013)

Image courtesy of the Ottawa International Animation Festival

Bless You (David Barlow-Krelina, Canada, 2013)

Bless You (David Barlow-Krelina, Canada, 2013)

Image courtesy of the Ottawa International Animation Festival

The Best of the Ottawa International Animation Festival 2013

Contemporary Screen

Films fresh from the international film festival circuit, area premieres, award winners, and recent audience favorites.... You'll find films you won't see anywhere else in central Ohio on the Contemporary Screen schedule.

Tue, Oct 29, 2013 7 PM

Held each fall, the Ottawa International Animation Festival is the largest of its kind in North America. This traveling program includes highlights from the 2013 festival and displays the wide array of styles and subjects being explored by animators from around the world. (app. 75 mins., video)

Please note: this program includes content not appropriate for children.

Films shown include: 

Youkosobokudesu Selection 'Na Ni Nu Ne No No'  (Manabu Himeda, Japan, 2013)
Oh Willy... (Emma De Swaef and Marc James Roels, Belgium, France, Netherlands, Luxembourg, 2012)
Wind (Robert Loebel, Germany, 2012)
Plug & Play (Michael Frei, Switzerland, 2013)
Virtuoso Virtual (Thomas Stellmach and Maja Oschmann, Germany, 2013)
Palmipédarium (Jérémy Clapin, France, 2012)
Two Weeks - Two Minutes (Judith Poirier, Canada, 2013)
Lonely Bones (Rosto, France, The Netherlands, 2012)
Ohayo Carotene (Saki Iyori, Japan, 2012)
Bless You (David Barlow-Krelina, Canada, 2013)
But Milk is Important (Eirik Grønmo Bjørnsen and Anna Mantzaris, Norway, 2012)

Belle and Sebastian

Belle and Sebastian headline Next@Wex Fest at the LC Outdoor Pavilion on June 14; the lineup also includes Jungle and Son Lux.

Hard to Be a God

Don't miss what Cinema Scope calls a "beautiful, brilliant…message from another time": Aleksei German's Hard to Be a God, screening Tuesday, May 26.