REDCAT Int'l Children's Fest to Show Anime Shorts in L.A.
posted on by Karen Ressler
The 10th annual REDCAT International Children's Film Festival will screen six anime shorts in Los Angeles. All but Masanobu Hiraoka's "Land" are stop-motion shorts.
Miho Yata's "Film Muffler: Thinking of the Moon"
"Through the magic of animation, a knitted scarf comes alive with story."
Miho Yata's "Cherish Garden"
"In a special place filled with bunnies, butterflies, kitties and birdies, seeds of dreams are growing."
Takeshi Yashiro's "Dear November Boy"
"Sparrows have a special surprise in store for a birthday boy on a cold morning."
Masanobu Hiraoka's "Land"
"Can you change the way you see the world and the cosmos? Of course!"
Yuichi Ito's "Doron Coron"
"See how a little dirt clod keeps the world going round!"
Mari Miyazawa's "Decorations"
"Growing up is literally the icing on the cake for a mother and daughter."
Mari Miyazawa's "Twins in Bakery" and Yoshino Aoki's "Maple Syrup" screened at last year's festival.
This year's festival will be held weekends from May 2 through May 17 at the Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater (REDCAT).