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The Best of the Ottawa International Animation Festival


Image courtesy of the Ottawa Animation Festival. Joyz ‘Electropia’ (Noriko Okaku, 2011)

The Best of the Ottawa International Animation Festival

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, Nov 15, 2011 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 2011 festival and displays the wide array of styles and subjects being explored by animators from around the world. Includes content not appropriate for children. (app. 70 mins., video)

Full schedule: 12 Sketches on the Impossibility of Being Still (Magali Charrier, UK, 2010) 8 mins.
The Mechanism of Spring (Atsushi Wada, Japan, 2011) 4:20 mins.
The Renter (Jason Carpenter, USA, 2011) 9:52 mins.
Joyz ‘Electropia’ (Noriko Okaku, UK/Japan, 2011) 4:39 mins.
Blanche Fraise (Frédérick Tremblay, Canada, 2011) 16:45 mins.
I’m Fine Thanks (Eamonn O'Neill, UK/Ireland, 2011) 4:30 mins.
The Last Norwegian Troll (Pjotr Sapegin, Norway, 2010) 13 mins.
Moxie (Stephen Irwin, UK, 2011) 5:15 mins.
The Goat and the Well (Ben Cady, UK, 2010) 5:17 mins.

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