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13th(2011)



Tying Your Own Shoes

Shira AVNI

  • Canada
  • 2009
  • 16min
  • 35mm
  • color
  • Animation, Documentary

This is an intimate glimpse into the exceptional mind sets and emotional lives of four adult artists with Down syndrome.


 


Tying Your Own Shoes is an intimate glimpse into the exceptional mindsets and emotional lives of four adult artists with Down syndrome. This animated documentary explores the thoughts, imaginations, lifestyles, friends, love, disability, future, and ambition of these artists and talks about their art world. Using different techniques of animation, the director interviews them to show how unique and creative their art world is. With full of passion and pride for art, there is something special about them. (CHO Hye-young)

Director

  • Shira AVNIShira AVNI

    She is an assistant Professor of Film Animation at Concordia University whose current research explores the intersection of disability, identity and independence through a combination of animation and documentary media and collaborative community-based animation film projects. Her major works include Tying Your Own Shoes , John and Michael , and From Far Away.

Credit

  • ProducerMichael FUKUSHIMA
  • Cast Matthew BROTHERWOOD, Daninah CUMMINS, Katherine NEWTON