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29 THE GIRL WHO SPOKE CAT UK/POLAND – DIR. DOTTY KULTYS ANIMATION, ENGLISH, 6 MIN A curious girl wants to add some color into her predictable, organized world where there’s a proper way of walking, looking – even eating soup! THURSDAY JULY 28, 2016 – PEARL STUDIO / FULL GOODS BUILDING 11:30 A.M. TO 1 P.M. RECOMMENDED FOR AGES HIGH SCHOOL+

FREE SCREENING FOR STUDENTS AND FAMILIES Two sets of shorts created by local students. The best films from the Student & KSAT Community Anti-Bullying PSA contest and videos submitted from area wide high schools for the High School Student Habitat for Humanity PSA Contest for your pleasure on the big screen. FRIDAY JULY 29, 2016 – PEARL STUDIO / FULL GOODS BUILDING 10-11AM  CHILDREN’S SCREENING RECOMMENDED FOR AGES 8 TO ADULT

BEST OF THE FEST 2!                $10 (LIMITED TO 100 SEATS) A few cats can claw up a whole lot of trouble in One Hell of a Plan, Air-Mail and Minoule. My Grandfather Was a Cherry Tree and The Man, The Boy and the Donkey both bring to life fables in very different ways. A playing field typically reserved for sports can be an area for unexpected courtship in Change-Over and Two Left Feet. We meet William and his pet scorpion in By the Name of Boston. In Accidents, Blunders and Calamities as well as Two Friends creatures of all shapes and sizes learn that danger can come when you least expect it, but Lilou proves that there’s often more than meets the surface about those who can frighten us. Get a behind the scenes look at the creation of some magical puppets in Stems. Slaves of the Rave proves that there’s just as much performance in the audience as there tends to be on stage. Programmed in association with the TIFF Kids International Film Festival. ONE HELL OF A PLAN   FRANCE, ANIMATION, JEAN-LOUP FELICIOLI/ALAIN GAGNOL, 6 MIN Mo and Carl are two hapless burglars with one great plan. It involves a special potion, countless cats, a little old lady, and plenty of opportunities for disaster. MINOULE   FRANCE, ANIMATION, NICOLAS BIANCO-LEVRIN, 4 MIN One determined cat goes to great lengths for a tasty canary. BY THE NAME OF BOSTON USA, ANIMATION, GRANT KOLTON, 2.5 MIN William Boston lives in the desert and doesn’t care for many things, though he does have one friend, a scorpion named Chester. TWO LEFT FEET ITALY, LIVE ACTION, ISABELLA SALVETTI, 6 MIN Mirko loves soccer, but when it comes to the cute girl he spots nearby, does he have game? MY GRANDFATHER WAS A CHERRY TREE  RUSSIA, ANIMATION, OLGA POLIEKTOVA/TATIANA POLIEKTOVA, 12.5 MIN

A young boy realizes that his beloved cherry tree has provided his family with more than just fruit. TWO FRIENDS RUSSIA/FRANCE, ANIMATION, NATALIE CHERNYSHEVA, 4 MIN Even best friends can have trouble understanding each other when they are from two different worlds. THE MAN, THE BOY, AND THE DONKEY JAPAN, ANIMATION, ATSUSHI WADA, 3 MIN Once upon a time, there was a family selling donkeys. One day, the son said, “It is a waste of time if we don’t ride the donkeys.” AIR-MAIL SWITZERLAND/FRANCE, ANIMATION, ISABELLE FAVEZ, 6 MIN A young woman lives alone with her cunning cat, secretly in love with the boxer next door. Thanks to her cat’s adventures, she gets closer to contact with her crush. CHANGEOVER IRAN, ANIMATION, MEHDI ALIBEYGI, 1.5 MIN A young bird engages in a surprising courtship...on a badminton court. ACCIDENTS, BLUNDERS, AND CALAMITIES NEW ZEALAND, LIVE ACTION/ANIMATION, JAMES CUNNINGHAM, 5 MIN

A father possum reads his kids the spooky story of the most dangerous animal of all: HUMANS!

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22nd San Antonio Film Festival  

July 25 - 31, 2016

22nd San Antonio Film Festival  

July 25 - 31, 2016