Women of Wonders Showcase #1
Saturday Mar 16 01:00 PM
Doris Duke Theatre
Museum members: $10.00
General Admission: $12.00
About the Film:
Part of the Women of Wonders Film Festival 2019.
Can Dolls be My Neighbor
directed by Claire He (4 min)
In 2001, Ayano Tsukimi moved back to her childhood home, Nagoro, Shikoku, to find only 40 people left in the once vibrant village of 350. The young moved to cities, the old outpaced by age. She started making dolls to guard against the crows in her field. One by one, her neighbors come back as life-size dolls built from clothes and memories.
The Women of Titmouse Animation
directed by Christine Guest (22 min)
A diverse group of women in an independent studio challenge the lack of representation in the animation industry by sharing their pathways from classroom to career.
directed by Rose Russo (64 min)
In this documentary, follow four young girls, each living in a different country but awoken by the same dawn in the same time zone: South Sudan, Romania, Palestine, Finland. Our girls are so different from one another and yet so similar in their behaviors, intentions, desires and dreams.
Presented in collaboration with Hawai‘i Women in Filmmaking.
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