The 19th ANIMATION SHOW OF SHOWS represents the work of artists from eight countries, including nine women. Funny, moving, engaging, and thought-provoking, the ANIMATION SHOW OF SHOWS not only has something for everyone, but is a remarkable and insightful microcosm of our world. Perhaps the most relevant film in the show is a 50-year-old short that was restored by The ANIMATION SHOW OF SHOWS with grants from ASIFA-Hollywood and The National Film Preservation Foundation. “Hangman,” by Paul Julian and Les Goldman, and based on a poem by Maurice Ogden, explores themes of injustice and personal responsibility in its tale of a town whose residents, afraid to speak up, are methodically executed by the title character.
• Can You Do It - Quentin Baillieux, France
• Tiny Big - Lia Bertels, Belgium
• Next Door - Pete Docter, U.S.
• The Alan Dimension - Jac Clinch, UK
• Beautiful Like Elsewhere - Elise Simard, Canada
• Hangman - Paul Julian and Les Goldman, U.S.
• The Battle of San Romano - Georges Schwizgebel, Switzerl
• Gokurosama - Clémentine Frère, Aurore Gal, Yukiko Meignien, Anna Mertz, Robin Migliorelli, Romain Salvini, France
• Dear Basketball - Glen Keane, U.S.
• Island - Max Mörtl and Robert Löbel, Germany
• Unsatisfying - Parallel Studio, France
• My Burden - Niki Lindroth von Bahr, Sweden
• Les Abeilles Domestiques (Domestic Bees) Alexanne Desrosiers, Canada
• Our Wonderful Nature: The Common Chameleon - Tomer Eshed, Germany
• Casino - Steven Woloshen, Canada
• Everything - David OReilly, U.S
Will call tickets may be picked up at The Cary Box Office beginning one hour prior to the movie. For assistance with accessible seating requests at The Cary Theater after 3pm on Friday and throughout the weekend, please contact the general box office at 919-462-2055, and/or reach out to the House Manager beginning one hour prior to the performance.