6/8/12 – Movies from the Hill: 21 Short Animations

May 22, 2012 in events by admin

Friday, June 8, 2012, 8 pm
Dekalb & East Airy Street
Norristown, PA 19401

A FREE screening of independent animations, conveniently located a few blocks from the Norristown Transportation Center! (R-6, High Speed line, etc.)

Bring your blankets, chairs, and the whole family to see the shorts and meet the artists!

Selections  include:

1. Un Duelo, Felipe Esquivel/Carpio Iglesias, Priscila, Mexico
2. Halfway, Gustav Karlson, Henryville, PA
3. Another Bad Idea, Rusty Eveland, Philadelphia, PA
4. Gypsies, Joe Torres, Philadelphia, PA
5. How the Coyote Got His Cunning, Claire Nielbergall, Philadelphia, PA
6. Sandwich Sam, Jamison Conti, Philadelphia, PA
7. Shadowplay, Jeff Hatcher, Philadelphia, PA
8. Trees, Adam Cusack, Philadelphia, PA
9. Little Dudes, Chris Barley & Timothy Fuller, Yardley, PA
10. The House That Hate Built: The Midas Touh, Gardner Watts, Galloway, NJ
11. Desperate Crossing, MinSeok Jeon, Jersey City, NJ
12. Schijnwerper, Liesje Kraai, New York, NY
13. Masks, Patrick Smith, New York, NY
14. Spare Time, Edmond Hawkins, Brooklyn, NY
15. The Man Who Moved Manhattan, Rob Ludacer, New York, NY
16. Bait, Michael Moore, Orange, CA
17. The Wanna-Be Oddie, Jun Bin Lam, San Francisco, CA
18. Bad Blood, Jon Etkins, Blue Bell, PA
19. The Lighthouse, Po Chou Chi, Taiwan
20. Craft, Mari Jaye Blanchardl, Brooklyn, NY
21. Noches de Tungsteno, Mar√Ća Torres, Mexico

Want more? Check out our Shorts Spectacular on July 13!

If you would like your film or animation considered for a future “Movies from the Hill” and other Film Library programs, please submit to the Philadelphia Film & Animation Festival and check the box for “film library”.

Sincere thanks to our presenting sponsors:

-The Municipality of Norristown
-Life Unchained
-Portnoff Law Associates, LTD
-State Street Advisors

Also extra-special thanks to our donors, who are the heart of our organization.

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