Seattle Office of Film + Music


SEATTLE’S EXPERIMENTAL ANIMATORS DISPLAY THEIR WORK AT INTER-ACTION
June 14, 2011, 11:03 am
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Northwest Film Forum
The Seattle Experimental Animation Team (SEAT) is made up of 12 creative-minded individuals with a knack for realizing narratives in unusual and jarring ways. Their work will be shown next week at the Northwest Film Forum as a part of “Inter-Action,” an exploration of short animations that explore the action between each frame of motion as well as between each subject on screen. Animator Tess Martin, whose short film Plain Face debuted at SIFF last month (and will play again at “Inter-Action), presents the works of her SEAT cohorts like Britta Johnson (Two Dots), Drew Christie (The Man Who Shot the Man Who Shot Lincoln), Amanda Moore (Bridging Wounds) and Bruce Bickford (The Comic That Frenches Your Mind). Animation does not always mean a film is cute and cuddly; each short in the program addresses such topics as love, insanity, faith and murder. So think twice about bringing underage individuals to the screening.

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