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Destination Imagination

Tuesday, April 28 @ 9:30 AM
Short Animations Program
Running Time: 66 minutes
Ages: 6+

Always a hit at The Scene, Destination Imagination is back with another collection of short animations from around the world! Focusing on friendship, creativity, and wild imaginations, this program has something for everyone!

A Change of Scenery
Anita LeBeau / Canada / 2019 / 3 mins / No dialogue

Meet Annie, a woman who, despite being caught up in the circus of everyday life, finds her balance. Using live-action footage and traditional animation, filmmaker Anita Lebeau takes us on a whirlwind tour through Annie’s busy world and shows us the power that lies in the small choices we make every day.

What’s My Superpower?
Justin Heymans / Canada, Inuit / 2019 / 10 mins / English

Nalvana thinks that her friends each have their own special superpower, and she loves to tell them how special they are. She can’t figure out what her unique talent might be, until her mom teaches her that making other people feel super is a power all on its own.

Clothing
Caroline Blais / Canada / 2019 / 9 mins / No dialogue

The story of a young woman’s daily life and her relationship to clothing throughout the seasons. A touching ode to the microscopic beauty that surrounds us, where the clothing we wear becomes the protagonist of our memories and mementos.

Walter
Lorenzo Fresta / United States / 2019 / 7 mins / No dialogue

A lonely toad rides his bike around the desert, looking for something…

Hors Piste
Léo Brunel, Loris Cavalier, Camille Jalabert, Oscar Malet/ France / 2019 / 6 mins / No Dialogue

The two best rescue workers of the region are ready for their new mission. Despite their professionalism and their determination, it will not go as planned.

Shaman
Echo Henache / Canada / 2017 / 5 mins / No dialogue

This animated short tells the story of a ferocious polar bear turned to stone by an Inuk shaman. The tale is based on emerging filmmaker Echo Henoche's favourite legend, as told to her by her grandfather in her home community of Nain, Nunatsiavut, on Labrador's North Coast.

How and Why Don Jose Dissipated
Moshe Ben-Avraham / Israel, Spain / 2018 / 13 mins / No dialogue

A tranquil day on vacation turns into a surrealistic journey. It begins when a bee almost drowns in Don Jose’s drink, and is then eaten by a duck. The result: a mind-bending, Escher-inspired chase.

Bobo
Andrej Rehak / Croatia / 2018 / 14 mins / No dialogue

Inspired by whimsy and a grand cinematic score, Bobo takes a moment to reflect on his stature. He is the smallest boy in the world with the biggest imagination on the planet.

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