Short films by Shannon Slattery Sylvia Yang, Aurora Hart, Cameron Harris-Gordon, Ava and Annika Wick, Grant Huffman-Annett, Nico Rivera, Georgianna Besse, Lucy Murray, Link Miller, Jack Mulcahy, Sophia Cruz, Quenby Wilson, Leila Mosenfelder, and Carys Hardy.
A high school girl struggling with her mental health takes it out on her peers.
Medalion decides to turn back only to find her home eerily quiet and none of her comrades to be seen. After running through the halls, Medalion spots the. battered body of Stellaris—her mentor.
Struggling with the pressures of the world, a student attempts to outpace the clock.
A lost camper is approached by a ghost of an Arthurian knight who's bound to the mortal coil by a riddle, given to him long ago by a crone. He enlists the help of the camper so that he can move on.
Ava and Annika dive deep into their family's history by looking into their grandparents bakery
A depressed young man ponders all the ways his life has gone wrong.
A lost soul has lost its motivation. They have forgotten who they are and can't find a way out of their own mind. When the things around them start breaking down, they are forced to find themselves.
A short collage animation detailing the relationship I, the narrator, have with my grandfather through the collaged pages of my favorite children's storybooks.
The tale of a jewelry box
Two cats have a good nights sleep and visit each other in their dreams, until they wake up and are gently reminded they are not alone.
Jack The Giant is a bullied Junior High student and becomes friends with Jack Mcgee when they find a dead body and have to solve the murder.
Peggy Carlson, former educator, describes her experience with running an at-home preschool. She changed the lives of many children. Her legacy is one that deserves to be known. Celebrate the magic of childhood nostalgia through this film.
The relationships between queer expression, nonconformity, and isolation are explored in this surrealist illustration of Adrienne Rich’s poem of the same name.
This video is a motion poem using the poem Two Kinds Of Intelligence by Rumi. It uses symbols to reflect the meaning of this poem.
A high school student struggling with his character, is affected by a random act of kindness.
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