• Torrey Pines

    Clyde Peterson

    Torrey Pines is a stop-motion animated feature film by director Clyde Petersen. Based on a true story, the film is a queer punk coming-of-age tale, taking place in Southern California in the early 1990’s. Raised by a schizophrenic single mother, Petersen’s life story unfolds in a series of baffling and hallucinated events.

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  • Bacchus

    Rikke A. K. Planeta

    Alex, a young woman, is increasingly getting tired of adult life. Her daily routine is restricted by norms and expectations of the modern world, and social media have replaced human interaction. One day, she sees Bacchus, a charismatic sensual figure, who lures her into a colorful world, which is a complete opposite of her reality.

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  • Feeling Reserved, Alexus’ Story

    Jess MacCormack & Alexus Young

    In "Feeling Reserved" Alexus shares her story of a 'starlight tour', a practice of police brutality against First Nations peoples in Canada where individuals are driven out of town, stripped of their coats and shoes and left to freeze to death. In Alexus’ case a couple happened to drive by her and she was saved.

    Genre: Animation
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  • Two Snakes

    Kristin Li

    An experimental animation and documentary about diasporic desires for foundational myths. Seeking a home in reclaimed ancestry and seeking a self in reappropriated narratives and finding fragments instead.

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  • Outcognito

    Wrik Mead

    Fear meets gay desire against an audio background of sitcom homophobia and jarring personal testimonies. Textured layers of figures, rotoscoped and real, move in and out of difficult scenarios, resolving into knowing acceptance.

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  • Flash Flood

    Alli MacKay

    FLASH FLOOD pairs intimate transgender testimonials with dreamlike animation depicting three people marooned in a cataclysmic flood event. As they struggle to find each other, memories and introspections well up from deep within. Stories of growth, transition, and self-discovery punctuate this thoughtful rotoscoped documentary.

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