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Your search by 'Animation' identified 25 films


  • Benjamin's Flowers

    Benjamin's Flowers

    Sweden , 2012 , 12 min. Lovelorn and lonely Benjamin lives on the blurry borderline between fantasy and reality, in this pollen-filled romantic animation.... Read more
  • Beyoutiful

    Beyoutiful

    USA , 2012 , 4 min. Beyoutiful is a stunning Taiwanese animated short that explores the necessity of conventional gender identity.... Read more
  • Change Over Time

    Change Over Time

    USA , 2013 , 7 min. This experimental, animated, personal documentary chronicles the filmmaker’s first year on testosterone from an impressionistic and poetic perspective.... Read more
  • Dating Sucks: A Genderqueer Misadventure

    Dating Sucks: A Genderqueer Misadventure

    USA , 2013 , 13 min. This autobiographical animation explores the successes, failures, anxieties, and confusion of trying to date as a genderqueer/trans person. As genuine as it is comical, this film is the first episode in a forthcoming online digital zine.... Read more
  • Everytime You Go Away I Stab Myself A Little

    Everytime You Go Away I Stab Myself A Little

    USA , 2011 , 2 min. This hand-drawn animation is as sensual as it is curious, and told through a series of phone-like beeps and tones. Moreno’s animations are simple and elegant, bringing to the -forefront otherwise-taboo issues such as gender, sexual identity, desire, brutality, love, and humiliation.... Read more
  • Family Restaurant

    Family Restaurant

    USA , 2012 , 12 min. When the diner closes up for the night, the salt and pepper shakers, napkin holders, and other inanimate objects inside the restaurant come to life in this whimsical tale about what makes a family. One night, Picky, a curmudgeonly toothpick dispenser, causes a stir when he insists that two ketchup bottles and two mustard bottles can’t fall in love with each other. The next day, with the help... Read more
  • Happy Feet

    Happy Feet

    USA , 2006 , 108 min. Featuring an all-star voice cast including Elijah Wood, Nicole Kidman, Hugh Jackman, and Robin Williams, Happy Feet is a lively, visually stunning, laugh-along, sing-along treat that the whole flock will love.... Read more
  • Hawker

    Hawker

    Canada , 2012 , 2 min. “When I was a kid in Singapore, the same person served me chicken rice every day. I didn’t know if that person was a man or a woman, and that was awesome.” -Coco Riot... Read more
  • Ink Deep

    Ink Deep

    Canada , 2012 , 3 min. Throughout the first five months of his hormone reassignment therapy, Remy Leroux takes us through his body and mind in this eloquent and intimate animated short.... Read more
  • Insert Credit

    Insert Credit

    Canada , 2011 , 7 min. An autobiographical coming-of-age story about a young boy dealing with the loss of his father and learning to make it on his own, told in the style of a 1980’s Nintendo game.... Read more
  • Jake Shears: A Gift

    Jake Shears: A Gift

    USA , 2013 , 3 min. A series of short animations of the construction and disassembly of “mendalas” comprised of photo-illustrations of men in erotic situations. This one is of Jake Shears of the Scissor Sisters, set to the song “Filthy Gorgeous”.... Read more
  • Knighthood

    Knighthood

    Taiwan , 2013 , 10 min. Dreaming to become a fearless knight, Wang Li loves to spend her day in the woods with her fantastic friend, The Knight. But today she has to put on armor she doesn’t want to wear.... Read more
  • Love Your Gloves… An Agenda

    Love Your Gloves… An Agenda

    USA , 2013 , 4 min. A series of short animations of the construction and disassembly of “mendalas” comprised of photo-illustrations of men in erotic situations.... Read more
  • Make Your Own Montage

    Make Your Own Montage

    USA , 2012 , 4 min. Make Your Own Montage was created as part of Reel Queer Youth video production and media literacy training for LGBTQ youth and their allies ages 13-20. In Make Your Own Montage, a superhero fights the good fight for all queers.... Read more
  • Moth

    Moth

    China , 2011 , 4 min. An animation in two parts from Shanghai-based artist, Muxi, exploring the growing pains of adolescence, told through sumptuous drawings and live action involving human and animal hybrids.... Read more
  • My Best Dress

    My Best Dress

    Canada , 2012 , 4 min. The music video My Best Dress represents a celebration of youth culture, particularly with finding acceptance, expression, and love within queer youth ball culture. Music by MURR, featuring Rosina. ... Read more
  • Ordinary Town

    Ordinary Town

    USA , 2011 , 3 min. Identical men walk through their identical routines, in a nearly barren generated world, in this meditation on coersion, hope, and freedom.... Read more
  • Queer Origins

    Queer Origins

    USA , 2013 , 3 min. Queer Origins explores the author’s identity and imagined history through experimental animation and femme performance.... Read more
  • Seraph

    Seraph

    USA , 2012 , 7 min. A boy’s childhood scars his life in this eloquent film that focuses on the complexity of religious upbringing and self-love.... Read more
  • Shift

    Shift

    USA , 2012 , 5 min. Constructed with more than 10,000 photographs, Shift follows the life of a character who is born from a tree and loses eyesight in search of a home. Along the way, the character’s vision returns in an unsuspecting turn of events.... Read more
  • Space is a Lonely Place

    Space is a Lonely Place

    USA , 2012 , 3 min. Space Is a Lonely Place was created as part of Reel Queer Youth video production and media literacy training for LGBTQ youth and their allies, ages 13-20. In this adorable animated short, a fun-loving astronaut seeks intergalactic friends.... Read more
  • Stigma

    Stigma

    USA , 2012 , 27 min. On a summer day in Los Angeles, Peter wakes up and begins his daily routine. This routine screeches to a halt when he tests positive for HIV. He drones on through his normal day, unsure of what to do or who (if anyone) to tell. Feeling his humanity like never before, Peter sets out on a journey of self-discovery and acceptance.... Read more
  • Valencia

    Valencia

    USA , 2012 , 100 min. Valencia (based on the novel by Michelle Tea) showcases 18 visions of one girl’s heartbreaks, friendships, and wild experiences while finding herself in her community of fabulous, strange, artsy, genderqueer folks.... Read more
  • Villanelle for Daters

    Villanelle for Daters

    USA , 2012 , 2 min. Created entirely on paper dollies, Villanelle for Daters is a delightful film that utilizes a traditional poetic structure with simple pencil drawings as a means to explore gay dating apps, transgender anxiety, and the omnipresent ex.... Read more
  • Wildblood

    Wildblood

    USA , 2011 , 4 min. Wildblood takes its inspiration from queer ’zines and the Homocore music scene of the early ’90s. It is constructed entirely of Xerox collages, reminiscent of the artist’s roots, and type of ’zine making indicative of this period.... Read more