Seattle International Film Festival 2003 : May 22nd - June 15th
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Short Films


“ANIMATE MAGNETISM”
A collection of animated shorts running the gamut from traditional cell, claymation and stop-motion, to CGI - all highlighting the best the field has to offer.

“PASSPORT STAMPS””
Dublin, Copenhagen, Sydney, and Cameroon - this whirlwind itinerary of international shorts includes favorites from other festivals, and rarely-seen masterpieces. And all without having to travel coach!

“THE HUSH”
Often life's most poignant moments leave us silent in reflection; these shorts beautifully illustrate those instances when words become unnecessary.

“GAY AS A GOOSE”
Birds of a feather will flock together, and from the absurdly ludicrous to the truly touching, these shorts show Gay filmmaking to be in full flight.

“WOMEN AT WORK”
A woman must have money and a camera of her own to direct film.

“BEYOND THE TWILIGHT ZONE “
An eclectic package of shorts that delves deep into the odd, bizarre and unexpected. Bring your imagination and travel to a different dimension.

“SPAWNED IN SEATTLE”
Celebrating the accomplishments of Seattle filmmakers, this program showcases cinematic delights conceived, created, shot or finished in the Pacific Northwest.

“CAMP AND CIRCUMSTANCE “
A hilarious collection of short films that traverse the blurry line between humor and vulgarity.

SHORTS BEFORE FEATURES
A complete listing of all shorts scheduled to play before feature films.

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All films screened in the shorts programs are eligible to receive the Wiselephant Award, a starter filmmaker business package which includes the creation of the film’s website with one year of hosting, 500 business cards, 500 post cards, and access to Wiselephant’s database of industry contacts.



Films:
Camp and Circumstance
Beyond the Twilight Zone
Women at Work
Gay as a Goose
Spawned in Seattle: Short Films
Animate Magnetism
Passport Stamps
The Hush