2016 MinnAnimate Youth/Student Animation Program

This is the program that will show at 6 pm on September 8 for MinnAnimate 5.

chickenception

Chicken-ception

Mission Star

The Big Bang

by students at Talahi Community School

These three stop motion animated films were created by 4th and 5th graders at Talahi Community School in St. Cloud working with COMPAS Teaching Artist John Akre.

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Why? The Movie

by Jacob and Ruby

Mint Ice Cream

by Martin and Susan

These two shorts were created during the IFP Photoshop/Flash Animation Camp in August 2016.

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Gerald the Gerbil

by Macario

The Cupcake

by Elizabeth and AJ

These two shorts were created during the IFP Stop Motion Animation Camp in July 2016.

la frontera

Love, Fire, Home

by Raices Youth Program

La Frontera

by Yaneli, Lillibeth, Oscar, Remigio, Vicky, Marilyn

The Darkness that Brought Love

by Star, Ricardo, Jessica, Vanny, Leslie

These films were created by youth in the Raices Youth Program at Centro Tryone Guzman with Teatro del Pueblo.

6 Second Films

by SPNN Youth

This short video is a compilation of short (6 second long) pieces that were created during the 2015 SPNN Youth Intern Program. The pieces were submitted to the Minnesota Museum of American Art’s Really Short Film Festival, who asked people to submit videos about what summer looks like to them.

Cracked

by Breon Jones

This video was created as part of the #GuerrillaTeens project at SPNN, a partnership with the Guerrilla Girls and other local arts organizations. Through this project, youth participants had the opportunity to explore the problems affecting their communities and create media for a collaborative public art project.

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Deadringer

by Misha Ardichvili

A young man is haunted by his dream in this live-action/rotoscope animation hybrid film.

How Does It Feel

How Does it Feel

by Noah Lawrence-Holder

A short animation exploring the complexity and erasure of black identity.

 

The Little Ships

by Marcie LaCerte

A visual music animation created to the tune of “The Little Ships” by Jean-Jacques Perrey. Inspired by the work of Oskar Fischinger, Norman McLaren, and Christopher Hinton.

the sail

The Sail

by Anna Taberko

A dream of falling. MCAD graduation film.

Ecdysis

Ecdysis

by Lukas Anderson

The film Ecdysis is a visual representation of the process of moulting.

underthebed

Under the Bed

by Lea Redding

A young girl hears mysterious noises in her room at night, she believes it’s just her cat, but it is so much more.

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This Is It

by Adam Dargan

Everyone has their own path. A path can rush with acceleration or slow to a crawl. A path can grow large and unpredictable or small and uninteresting. Only a person on their path can change it.

The path does not care if you are invested in it. Whether you love it or hate it, praise it or ignore it. The path moves onward with or without you. You can allow the path to fly under the radar or you can examine it by finding your breath for the present moment. You are the path and the path is you.

We are often so caught up with distractions that we forget to take a breath and experience the ‘now’. Remember, This Is It.

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