What’s Up Doc?: Strange Animated Documentaries From Around the World

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Midnite weekend screenings happen on Friday & Saturday nights (meaning arrive on Friday and/or Saturday night by 11:45pm for seating, the movie starts after midnite)!

Run Time: 65 min. Format: DCP

Curated by Willy Hartland
Q & A to follow with many of the participating filmmakers.

John and Faith Hubley’s “Cockaboody” 1974 9:00
Two sisters engage in imaginative pre-bedtime play.

Michaella Mueller’s “Airport” 2017 11:00
Set in an airport, this paint on glass animation explores the borders of a person’s right to freedom of movement.

Bill Plympton’s “Xenophobia” 2018 1:05
Trump animated in his own words.

Lori Malepart-Traversy “The Clitoris” 2016 3:18
The only organ in the human body dedicated exclusively for pleasure.

Willy Hartland’s “New York City Sketchbook” 2016 13:00
A visual poem about New York City using the artist’s drawings.

James Blagden’s “The Best Last Best Plane Ride Ever” 2016 9:03
An animated recreation of the New York Mets epic post-game celebration after beating the Astros in 1986.

Bill Plympton’s “Putin Romance” 2018 1:18
Trump animated in his own words.

Pat Smith’s “Candy Shop” 2019 2:30
Pills and capsules animated in this commentary about our infatuation with prescription drugs.

Josh Raskin’s “I Met The Walrus” 2007 5:00

The film is based on an interview of John Lennon by Jerry Levitan in 1969

Bill Plympton’s “Bigness” 2018 1:00
Trump animated in his own words.

Bastien Dubois “Madagascar, a Journey Diary” 11:00
A tourist’s travelogue showcases the importance of death, dance and tradition in Malagasy society.


Jan 3 - Jan 4

The Cell

His mind is her prison.

Jan 11 - Jan 12

Maid in Manhattan

Love checks in.

Jan 17 - Jan 18

The Wave

A celebration turns into a life changing hallucinogenic experience.

Jan 18 - Jan 19

The Wedding Planner

His big day is her big problem.