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NOW PLAYING: "Follow Your Fears" by Yali Sharon. This short #documentary follows professional #motocross rider Brad O'Neal's quest to make a childhood dream become a reality. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on April 24, 2018.

NOW PLAYING: “Native.” Celebrate #IndigenousPeoplesDay with a short film at SFO. Pride in family and culture among #Navajo Nation members in Shiprock, New Mexico, is the focus of this documentary produced by high school students. @spy_hop #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on October 14, 2019.

NOW PLAYING: " Another Kind of Girl" by Khaldiya Jibawi. Syrian filmmaker Khaldiya Jibawi documents her melancholy, frustrations, and aspirations in Jordan’s Za’atari Refugee Camp, her new home, since fleeing civil war in Syria in 2011. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on February 26, 2019.

NOW PLAYING: " King of the Night" by LonelyLeap. Born in Lebanon to Palestinian refugees, Imad Khachan, found a way to create his own while operating NYC’s last chess shop as a welcoming place to sit, converse, and create community. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on July 31, 2019.

NOW PLAYING: "#Contact" by #KatyWang. In "Contact" a solitary astronaut sends out a signal for others in a story that reflects the filmmaker’s feelings of loneliness and her desire for contact while experiencing a long-distance relationship. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on February 04, 2019.

NOW PLAYING: "#Rebooted" by Sagar Arun and Rachel Kral. Clichés abound when a retro #comicbook #superhero meets his darker and more modern counterpart in this #animated short. #illustration #VideoArtsSFOM @RinglingCollege

This tweet was posted on December 17, 2018.

NOW PLAYING: "-N- Uprising" by Thomas Blanchard (@MonsieurChapeau). In his experimental film that evokes the cycles of nature, Blanchard employs brilliant color to highlight some of the beautiful insects and plants that inhabit our world. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on January 14, 2020.

NOW PLAYING: "3,000 Miles" by Sean Wang. Wang spent a year living in NYC, far from his SF Bay Area home. This film, comprised of street footage set to his mother’s voicemail messages, is a personal work that touches on themes of identity and family. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on October 01, 2018.

NOW PLAYING: "A Garbage Story" by #OlivierBernier. Bernier profiles professional trash collector #NickDiMola who, in the process of clearing material from the homes of the deceased, retains those items he finds meaningful. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on March 15, 2019.

NOW PLAYING: "A New View of the #Moon" by Alex Gorosh and Wylie Overstreet. Filmmakers Alex Gorosh and Wylie Overstreet invite passersby in Los Angeles to gaze upon what they’ve looked at all their lives but never seen up close. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on August 21, 2018.

NOW PLAYING: "A Subway Story" by Eugene Kolb. Kolb recalls love at first sight in this charming animated short that illustrates the story of how he and his partner Clara met and fell for each other while riding a subway train. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on February 04, 2020.

NOW PLAYING: "A Year along the Geostationary Orbit" by Felix Dierich. Dierich provides a hypnotic vision of our planet through the eyes of Himawari-8, which travels 35,786 km/22,236 miles above Earth at more than 11,000 km/6,800 miles/hour. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on January 03, 2020.

NOW PLAYING: "Am I Paris?" by #RedhaMedjellekh. #Filmmaker #Medjellekh finds inspiration in the City of Lights with costumed dancer Brice Larrieu navigating the streets—and rooftops—of #Paris to Sergei Prokofiev’s “Dance of the Knights.” #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on November 26, 2018.

NOW PLAYING: "Ari" by Alex Murawski. Murawski presents a fresh interpretation of a “coming-of-age” story that encourages self-acceptance, invites compassion, and celebrates the courage it takes to be who you truly are. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on December 10, 2018.

NOW PLAYING: "Attraction" by Emily Scaife. Scaife imagines the sensations of attraction and pleasure in insects, and the seduction methods of the plants and fungi that beckon them in “Attraction.” #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on July 19, 2019.

NOW PLAYING: "Biidaaban (The Dawn Comes)" by Amanda Strong. A young woman and an #Anishinaabe shapeshifter are guided by spirits in this #stopmotion #film that raises the issues of land development and reclamation of #indigenous practices. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on November 18, 2019.

NOW PLAYING: "Braiding the Sacred" by #MateoHinojosa. Hinojosa documents the experiences of traditional #corn cultivators from several #NativeAmerican communities who have formed an alliance in their struggle for #foodsovereignty. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on October 09, 2018.

NOW PLAYING: "Canción del Campo (Field Song)" by Brad Bischoff. Roberto Olivera, a second-generation immigrant who worked CA’s tomato fields to escape poverty & an affectionless stepfather, explains the lessons his mother taught him. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on August 06, 2018.

NOW PLAYING: "Coin Operated" by Nicholas Arioli. Arioli’s CG animated short explores the significance of the term “life savings” through the experience of a naïve young boy who opens a lemonade stand to finance his dreams of space travel. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on August 13, 2018.

NOW PLAYING: "Day Zero" by Jamie Hancock. "Day Zero" documents how Cape Town, South Africa, successfully managed a severe water crisis critical to the future of their city. #VideoArtsSFOM #WorldWaterDay #water

This tweet was posted on March 22, 2019.

NOW PLAYING: "Dry Lights" by #XavierChassaing. This short film creates a surreal, dream-like voyage through a series of site-specific art installations in the vast and varied landscape of southern #Mexico. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on May 07, 2018.

NOW PLAYING: "Día De Los Muerto" by Ramin Talaie. The streets of San Francisco’s Mission District come alive in Talaie’s documentation of the city’s annual celebration of Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead). #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on October 30, 2018.

NOW PLAYING: "Elders" by Glen Milner. The importance of family is one of the touchstones of Milner’s portrait of Karam and Kartari Chand, two Indian immigrants to England who held the distinction of being the world’s longest married couple. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on January 27, 2020.

NOW PLAYING: "Elements" by Maxim Zhestkov. Maxim Zhestkov presents a series of experiments with black and white spheres to express laws of nature and demonstrate complex arrangements and relationships. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on September 17, 2018.

NOW PLAYING: "First Bloom" by Tingting Liu. Filmmaker Tingting Liu employs watercolor painting in her frame-by-frame digital animation of a forbidden relationship between a princess and her servant in ancient China. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on February 11, 2019.

NOW PLAYING: "Flight of the #Pompadour" by Karan Kandhari. A lonely and self-conscious young man visits a #rockabilly club in search of acceptance and the perfect hair. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on March 19, 2018.

NOW PLAYING: "Floreana" by Louis Morton. Inspired by an exhibit that allows visitors to experience the world through the eyes of animals, Floreana follows climate change survivors who turn to animals to return the planet to livable shape. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on January 21, 2020.

NOW PLAYING: "Gips" by Jeroen Houben. Inspired by memories of his own family vacations, Dutch filmmaker Jeroen Houben has crafted a meditation on summer holidays, first crushes, and the courage required to reach out to someone who may care about you. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on January 14, 2019.

NOW PLAYING: "Hedgehog" by #EdwardBulmer. Bulmer offers a comedic look at the debilitating effects of #anxiety and self-doubt on a young man who longs to escape his routine and experience the world. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on December 17, 2019.

NOW PLAYING: "I Have Something To Tell You" by Ben Joyner & Dumaine Babcock. #AdrainChesser photographs loved ones at the moment he reveals his AIDS diagnosis, thus demonstrating the power of his artwork. #VideoArtsSFOM #pride

This tweet was posted on June 18, 2019.

NOW PLAYING: "Idle, Torrent" by Alex Moy. Colorful line drawings morph from one posture to another in "Idle, Torrent", which was created by Moy as an exercise to find perspective & embrace change during an anxious period after graduating from film school. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on May 13, 2019.

NOW PLAYING: "Kathryn" by Bas Berkhout. Berkhout profiles twenty-five-year-old artist Kathryn Engberg, a third-generation classical realist portrait painter whose work challenges how women are typically portrayed in the media. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on January 06, 2020.

NOW PLAYING: "Lattice" by Maria Ferreira. Interdisciplinary artist Maria Ferreira employs microscopy to reveal the geometric gardens, iridescent waves, and spiraling sand dunes of crystal structures invisible to the unaided eye. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on October 17, 2018.

NOW PLAYING: "Letters of Fire" by Glen Milner. Actor @DominicWest narrates explorer Ernest Shackleton's observations on the unforgiving nature of Antarctica’s landscape in this short that evokes the region’s fragility. Watch the short film: #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on March 23, 2020.

NOW PLAYING: "Look at Me Only" by Tomoki Misato. Misato’s first film explores themes of romance, jealousy, and the deleterious effects of technology through the eyes of a young man who rediscovers the true object of his affection. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on January 28, 2019.

NOW PLAYING: "Lost Property" by Åsa Lucander. In a ritual, an old man at the Lost Property Office attempts to help an old lady in her search for a lost item in Åsa Lucander’s beautifully crafted and unapologetically sentimental film. #VideoArtsSFOM

This tweet was posted on February 22, 2019.