National competition of short student films
| 6 minutes | 2017
Flash Flood, an animated documentary, brings three transgender voices to light while they share their intimate relationships with their identities.Parallel to this, in a dreamlike universe, three people find themselves marooned separately during a cataclysmic flood event. As the three subjects struggle to find each other, memories and thoughts well up from deep within their bodies. Stories of growth, transition, and self-discovery punctuate these moments. The film is animated by volunteer transgender artists and animators from across the globe.Animation credit : Harlo Martens, Reagan Gustin, Anna Blomgren, B. Coates, Allie Jett, Alli MacKay, Mikael BjorklundPresented by EMILY CARR UNIVERSITY OF ART AND DESIGN (ECUAD)as part of the Rencontres pancanadiennes du cinéma étudiant
As part of RPCÉ 1 en compétition
Flash Flood is Alli MacKay's first film.
An electric universe, an elastic moonscape, a potential film B, a postmeridiem alligator lemon.Presented by BISHOP’S UNIVERSITYas part of the Rencontres...
CANADA | 6 minutes | 2017
Documentary exploring visual impairment through the daily life of Chloe (11 years old), Alex (17 years old) and Salma (21 years old), all with partial or...
Two mothers are living In Baie d’Orange, on Haiti’s southeast coast. Lack of access to sex education, as well as their personal beliefs, makes their...
HAITI | 6 minutes | 2016
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