CAT BIRD COYOTE wins Best Animation at Big Apple Film Festival!
CAT BIRD COYOTE plays Big Apple Film Festival Nov 7
Told in striking, black and white animation, the film weaves together the stories of three animals who struggle to free themselves of their human captors, only to face each other in the wild. Yet hope triumphs as birth breathes renewal into the circle of life.
The piece will ultimately form part of Amy Raasch's forthcoming live media installation, comprised of music, theatrical storytelling and film. It is also the official music video for the song BREATHE MY BREATH from the forthcoming album GIRLS GET COLD.
Recently, the film garnered Best Animation honors in the Los Angeles International Film Festival. Other festival appearances include Rhode Island International Film Festival, Portland Film Festival, Vortex Sci-Fi, Horror & Fantasy Film Festival, and Black Cat Picture Show.
Join us Saturday, November 7 at 3pm at Village East Cinemas, 181-189 2nd Ave, NYC, with Q & A to follow. Please sign the mailing list for latest updates on a screening near you.
CAT BIRD COYOTE screens Portland Film Festival SEPT 2
Also an official selection of Rhode Island International Film Festival and Black Cat Picture Show, CAT BIRD COYOTE tells the story of wild creatures who struggle free of their human captors only to hunt and be hunted by each other in the wild. With its starkly beautiful, black and white imagery and an unconventional use of perspective, CAT BIRD COYOTE will also serve as the music video for experimental track "Breathe My Breath" from Raasch's forthcoming album GIRLS GET COLD. Music was produced by David Poe, with animation by Annie Award nominee Tahnee Gehm.
Release announcement regarding the exclusive online premiere of the film will arrive Fall 2015 via amyraasch.com. Please sign the mailing list for latest updates.
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