Attend this short film fest: "Womanimation!" at the Coolidge

Bertie Crisp

It might not be easy to pronounce, but Womanimation! is a must-see event, celebrating female filmmakers from around the world and the surreal, imaginative, and profound possibilities of film animation. Some of the shorts offered are Tram from Prague's Michaela Pavlatova, which in true, black-comic Czech fashion investigates the erotic possibilities of everyday routines; Chinti, in which Russian filmmaker Natalia Mirzoyan uses animated tea leaves to depict an ant's determination in recreating the Taj Mahal; and from England, Francesca Adams's Bertie Crisp, which demonstrates the ups and downs of being a bear married to a bunny. It takes place at the Coolidge Corner Theatre, 290 Harvard St, Brookline | Sunday, June 10 @ 2:15 pm | $10 | 617.734.2501 or


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