|June 24, 2016||11:30 AM||Camelot Theatres (PS Cultural Center)|
A shipwrecked fisherman is led to a dark, underwater secret in this award-winning animated thriller.
In gorgeous charcoal animation, a young boy takes part in a mysterious ritual on a windswept island in this bittersweet portrait of childhood.
This visually mesmerizing documentary showcases a subculture of skateboarders who make the frozen seashore their own personal playground.
An elderly fisherman has immersed himself in his memories since his wife’s death. A touching look at loss and tradition centered around a graceful performance.
Sora is woken from a nightmare and decides to follow a group of men into the big city in the hope of finding her mom. Beautiful, haunting, hand-painted animation.
Victor is unsure if he is really a boy or a girl, so he plays with both identities, but the other people in his life are not as open-minded. A wonderful central performance anchors this thoughtful exploration of gender identity.