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In the year 2024, all of Europe is united by a vast web of underground railways, populated by an army of downtrodden worker bees. When one such cog starts hearing voices and encounters a femme fatale shampoo model who seems to hold some answers, he finds himself unearthing a vast Orwellian conspiracy in this visually arresting animated noir. With the voices of Vincent Gallo, Juliette Lewis, Udo Kier, Stellan Skarsgård, and Alexander Skarsgård. | Read MoreDrama and Animation
Tina and Dalby are two Caribbean children who disobey their mother by straying too far from home. As a result, they encounter a cocoya: an evil spirit that eats little boys. But thanks to Tina's quick thinking, the children are able to outwit the cocoya and return home to mama. Vibrantly animated, Mind Me Good Now! is rooted in a long lineage of Trinidadian storytellers, whose tales have always had a built-in moral compass to guide children. | Read MoreAnimation
Jonas Odell has structured his animated film as a series of episodes in which four people, in their own words, get to tell the story of the first time they had sex. The stories derive from interviews conducted by Odell, who says he made the film as a response to what he saw as "the claustrophobic fantasy world that too often is the world of animation." | Read MoreDocumentary and Animation
When Niko went to visit his grandparents in the Philippines for the summer, he knew he would be exposed to a different culture. What he didn't expect, was to plunge headlong into an unseen world of magic and mystery. Now with the help of an exotic vampire girl and a host of other mystical creatures, he must overcome his own fears and embrace his destiny in order to save his grandparents from the forces of evil—an evil he had unwittingly unleashed. Join us for this special FREE sneak peek "work in progress" screening. Lines at BMCC begin 30 min. prior to the start of each screening. All seats are first-come, first-served. | Read MoreAnimation
A skull at the beach, a busted watch, and a green brassiere are just some of the many wild images that are featured in this animated short. Director Emily Hubley plays with musical tones and shifting symbolic images to create eight moments when things come together in mysterious cohesion. Embellishing on surrealist themes, such as a picture puzzle, a one-word clue and a new tone played on an embellished musical scale, Octave provides a distinct mental location for the audience to explore their unconscious. | Read MoreMusic and Animation
American Hannah Marker is addicted to the American dollar. Desperate for a cure, she moves to Moscow, where she hopes to never see American dollars again. Her plan is going well until her Russian boyfriend begins to get her involved with corruption, bribes, the Russian mafia, and…American dollars. Hannah's addiction reemerges, and her journey through Moscow's underworld takes a bizarre turn when she crashes her car and emerges from the wreckage believing she is a Russian peasant. What's more, she now speaks fluent Russian... | Read MoreComedy and Animation