1) Big Mouth
Filmmaker Andrea Dorfman has a way with words. In BIG MOUTH, she explores the experiences of a bright-minded, quick-witted child, questioning what it means to speak the truth, and coming to understand how our differences make us unique.. Hand-drawn puppets dance, skip and cartwheel across the screen as one little girl discovers the complexity of words and that what we say may not be what we mean. Trudy, equal parts truthful and rude, has an unfiltered...
When an artist falls in love with a plastic surgeon, all bets are off! Their relationship, told through beautiful, illustrated love letters, raises issues of medical ethics, self-esteem, the embrace of our so-called "flaws," and what love looks like. Ultimately, FLAWED is less about whether girl can get along with boy than whether girl can accept herself, imperfections and all.. This film is both an exquisite tribute to the art of animation and a...