NW Animation Fest concludes on Sunday night with several of this year’s very best films. Here’s some of what you’ll see: George Takei (Star Trek) narrates The Missing Scarf, a philosophical black comedy about fear of the unknown, of failure, rejection and the impending end of the universe. In Maják, a castaway on a mysterious island fights to escape the clutches of a spirit-possessed lighthouse. Gloria Victoria (short-listed for this year's Oscars) is an abstract yet exuberantly engaging anti-war film noted as the Most Well Liked Animated Short of 2013 in a survey of the world's top animation festivals. The festival's not over until you've seen a flock of gelato trucks sprout wings and fly south for the winter!
(Includes 33 films, two intermissions. Some mature themes.)
SUNDAY NIGHT PARTY
Join us after the last show for a post-festival party and British pub food at the Moon & Sixpence. (2014 NE 42nd Ave)
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
NW Animation Fest celebrates the best new work from independent animators around the globe. With over 200 films, it’s now the biggest animation festival in the USA.
This year's fest includes six Guest Shows, the Oregon Animation Industry Showcase, and five International Short Film Blocks. See it all for only $60 with an All-Festival Pass | BUY HERE.