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Unorthodocs Shorts
SNF Parkway Theatre 3 Thu, Apr 28 8:45 PM
This innovative collection of shorts showcases non-fiction work that is on the cusp of multiple genres. Beyond mere documentary, these works astutely blend aspects of narrative, animation, comedy and the avant-garde into markedly non-traditional frameworks. COVID-19 POLICIES All Festival attendees must follow our COVID-19 health and safety protocols at ALL MdFF venues. These policies are subject to change based on local and regional metrics. NEW in 2022: You must reserve your seats in advance for all film screenings and premium events at this year’s festival. Face masks are required at all times in all venues Proof of vaccination (and booster shot, if eligible) OR proof of negative PCR test dated a maximum of 72 hours before the festival
Unorthodocs Shorts
SNF Parkway Theatre 2 Sat, Apr 30 11:15 AM
This innovative collection of shorts showcases non-fiction work that is on the cusp of multiple genres. Beyond mere documentary, these works astutely blend aspects of narrative, animation, comedy and the avant-garde into markedly non-traditional frameworks. COVID-19 POLICIES All Festival attendees must follow our COVID-19 health and safety protocols at ALL MdFF venues. These policies are subject to change based on local and regional metrics. NEW in 2022: You must reserve your seats in advance for all film screenings and premium events at this year’s festival. Face masks are required at all times in all venues Proof of vaccination (and booster shot, if eligible) OR proof of negative PCR test dated a maximum of 72 hours before the festival
Film Info
Year:2020
Langauge:In Bamabara, Fon, and Yoruba with English subtitles
Production Country:France/Mali
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Moïse Togo

Description

Using innovative and haunting animation techniques, this film focuses on the genetic and hereditary abnormality that affects not only pigmentation but the physical and moral conditions of people living with albinism.