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A Global Cavalcade of Animated Shorts #DirectedbyWomen – Part 1
Gathering short animated films less than 10 minutes in length for an evening celebration of work by women directors from around the globe.
A Global Cavalcade of Animated Shorts #DirectedbyWomen will take place in Bloomington, Indiana as part of the 4th Annual #DirectedbyWomen Worldwide Film Viewing Party, which brings the global film community together for a film-viewing party appreciating an incredible diversity of films throughout the month of September. During the Worldwide Film Viewing Party, film lovers will gather together in their communities around the world for film screenings and guest filmmaker visits—all designed to focus attention on women film directors and their work. Film lovers everywhere are invited to co-create the Worldwide Film Viewing Party by creating their own events—large or small.
A Global Cavalcade of Animated Shorts #DirectedbyWomen screening is FREE, open to the public and will be held at The Indiana University Libraries Screening Room—a beautiful, intimate venue with great projection and sound.
Curated by filmmaker Laura Ivins and Barbara Ann O'Leary, catalyst behind the #DirectedbyWomen initiative.
Lotte that Silhouette Girl [9:58]
Directed by Carla Patullo and Elizabeth Beecherl
Dating Apocalypse [2:25]
Directed by Mary Nittolo
Peace Carpet [4:06]
Directed by Ziba Arzhang
Directed by Haleigh Mooney
Directed by Dinorah de Jesús Rodriguez
The FBI Blew Up My Ice Skates [7:00]
Directed by Sara Zia Ebrahimi
Wild Woman [3:41]
Directed by Vanessa Sweet
Meeting MacGuffin [9:58]
Directed by Catya Plate
My Darlin' [4:16]
Directed by Edy Szewy
Story of Aishan [5:15]
Directed by Hong jia bao
Directed by Paula Martínez Cirilo
Panic Attack! [3:00]
Directed by Eileen O'Meara
Directed by Antonia Neatby
Mothers and Daughters [2:20]
Directed by Gabriella Marsh
They Call Us Maids - the Domestic Workers' Story [7:00]
Directed by Leeds Animation Workshop
Directed by Kristen Lauth Shaeffer
Thanks to every woman director who offered her animated short for consideration. It was an honor to receive your work.
The screening is free but seating is limited. Please visit the IULMIA Screening Room event calendar to reserve your seat: https://iub.libcal.com/event/4292096
There will be no charge for admission to the screenings and no awards or prizes. The celebration is purely for the art of watching and talking about the work!
The films need to (a) be directed by women, (b) not exceed 10 minutes in length, (c) be animated, and (d) be available for screening (no exhibition conflicts of any kind).