****http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7h-149_NkI SEASICK: Eva Cvijanovic's dreamlike pen-and-ink animation is a marvelous maritime escapade, enveloping viewers in a beautifully ethereal underwater world.
****http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vMD9O9phOlA YOUNG WONDER: Fanboy fantasies spring to vivid life in this adventure into the imaginations of a pair of youthful playmates.
****http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFq4cJQo3cg SPARLKING RIVER: A hermetic alpaca farmer and a young Chinese woman meet under surprising circumstances. As an errant tourist group ambles around his pastures, the farmer looks on, puzzled but unfazed by his unexpected visitors. This intriguing stereoscopic drama veers toward science fiction and mystery, but is ultimately best left undefined.
****http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGGDwbhEqPE DAYBREAK: Director Ian Lagarde (Vent solaire) returns to the Festival with this invigorating look at the group of rebellious Montreal youths on the cusp of adolescence.
****http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67pyJUVuKFI BEASTS IN THE REAL WORLD: Set in a conveyor-belt sushi restaurant, this genre-bending delight rolls documentary, science-fiction, and animation together to form a savory cinematic maki.
****http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6eNuJdxAoQ NOAH: In a story that plays out entirely on a teenager's computer screen, Noah follows its eponymous protagonist as his relationship takes a rapid turn for the worse in this fascinating study of behaviour (and romance) in the digital age.
****http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ATQem8TULwI OUT: A young man confronts his parents with a startling admission in Jeremy Lalonde's hilarious, vampiric twist on the traditional coming-out tale.
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