The Centre for Art Tapes: Animation with Love!

CFAT's animation program shows a screening of short animated media from across the country.

The Centre for Art Tapes' animation program brings you Animation with Love! this week---a screening of short animated media from across the country. Curator and filmmaker Siloen Daley says she chose the theme of heartfelt art---and the name---as a way to spread beauty and positivity through the filmmakers' works. "We looked for heartfelt films, films that showed us that there was a sincere passion, and interest in either the medium, the subject they were talking about, the story they were telling...we were looking for something beautiful or something that inspired me as a viewer," she says. Aside from the close to 1,000 animations submitted, Daley also sought certain filmmakers, including the evening's closer: Andrea Dorfman's How to be Alone. Animations rounding out the night were created by Franny Deschanel, Hamish Lambert, Aparna Kapur, Neely Goniodsky, Leslie Supnet, Bethany Riordan-Butterworth, Chantal Tardiff, Jessica MacCormack, Nancy Jean Tucker, Colleen MacIsaac, Heui Won Jeong and Justin Murphy, Thea Pratt, Kunal Sen, Christina Felderhof (work above) and Tamzin Forster.

Thursday, March 25,
Windsor Theatre, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia,
1723 Hollis Street,
7pm, $8

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