7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
PIX Film Gallery
A perennial favorite, this program presents inventive and inspiring audience favorites and award winners from the 2014 Ottawa International Animation Festival. Experience unbounded creativity and innovative animation—in a wide range of styles and techniques—from all around the world. We’re proud to be hosting the Toronto public premiere of the program, in the PIX Gallery right next door to our TAIS Studio. It’s a small room and fills up fast, so get there early!
Date: Thursday April 16, 2015 – 7:30PM
Where: PIX Film gallery – 1411 Dufferin St., Unit C (right next door to TAIS!)
Admission $7 / $5 for TAIS members
This year’s highlights include the gentle tale of two best friends, We Can’t Live Without Cosmos by Konstantin Bronzit, Christian Larrave’s irreverently catchy Lesley the Pony Has an A+ Day, and the latest from Steven Woloshen, 1000 Plateaus.
RECOMMENDED FOR MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY
Made entirely in the front seat of a car with simple art tools, this short hand-made film celebrates the joy of road maps, travel and jazz music.
Marilyn maketh. Marilyn taketh awayeth. Marilyn is trying really hard to create something good. For once, her expectation and reality are going to align. It will be epic. It will be tear jerkingly profound. It will be perfect. Nothing can go wrong.
Created from more than ten thousand individual photographs and shot during the unrelenting 2013/14 winter, Unity is an achievement of epic proportions, a writhing, bewitching piece of moving art made to compliment the haunting compositions of Christopher Bono.
“A bizarre short film about a smiling pink pony with an earworm of a soundtrack.” (io9.com)