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    Film of the Week:  The Screamers by Roberto Pérez Toledo

The Screamers by Roberto Pérez Toledo (2010) (Spain) (2m)

An amusing and somewhat romantic short short from Spanish filmmaker Roberto Perez Toledo, The Screamers (Los Gritones) finds a boy and a girl in a derelict part of the city, surrounded by grafitti and looking out onto a vast expense. The girl decides they should let their inhibitions go be screaming. However, inhibitions may be lowered a little too much as what they scream reveal more than they want. Perez Toledo is now shooting feature films.



Bunny by Chris Wedge (1998) (US) (7m) *

How do you get to direct an animated feature film like Ice Age? Make a beautiful animation like Bunny first. Or at least that's what Chris Wedge did and picking up the Oscar for best short animation in 1999 probably didn't hurt his chances. He also voices Scrat, the saber-toothed, acorn-obsessed squirrel in the Ice Age series (four features including Ice Age: Contintental Drift). In Bunny, we find an elderly doe (female rabbit) pestered by a moth - but is the the moth trying to tell her something... just watch it!


West Bank Story by Ari Sandel (2006) (USA) (21m)

West Bank Story, a musical comedy, won an Oscar in 2007. Just in case you missed it, West Bank Story takes its musical cue from West Side Story. If you're too young to know the latter, it took its story from Romeo & Juliet. And if you don't know what Romeo & Juliet is then I'm surprised you can read this. David, an Israeli soldier, falls in love with Fatima, a beautiful Palestinian cashier, despite the animosity between their families' dueling restaurants.


Mei Ling by Lansaque & Leroy (2009) (France) (15m) *

Written and directed by French duo, Stéphanie Lansaque and François Leroy, Me Ling is an unusual but lovely animation set in in the Orient. Mei Ling is a young Chinese girl living on her own and waiting eternally for her cold-hearted boyfriend. However, having chopped up an adult octapus, she finds a baby octapus lurking in the kitchen sink, and decides to spare its life. The octapus grows and a silent friendship builds up between two loners.


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