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Signe Baumane, Emily Hubley, Candy Kugel and Debra Solomon in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences event.

Part of the Academy's Metrograph New York series, a new Women in Indie Animation screening and talk takes place 21 September 2018.

"Women in Indie Animation" focuses on groundbreaking filmmakers Signe Baumane, Emily Hubley, Candy Kugel, and Debra Solomon and featuring new and classic work. Baumane, Hubley, Kugel, and Solomon will appear in-person for a conversation following the screening, moderated by Peggy Stern.

By Signe Baumane:
ROCKS IN MY POCKETS Trailer (2017, 2 mins)
TEAT BEAT OF SEX Episodes 1-3 (2008, 4 mins)
BIRTH (2009, 12 mins)

By Emily Hubley:
PIGEON WITHIN (2000, 5 mins)
HAIL (2011, 3 mins)
AND/OR (2012, 6 mins)
BRAINWORM BILLY (2018, 3 mins)
NICO, FROM DANNY SAYS (2015, 1 min)

By Candy Kugel:
BUZZCO DEMO REEL
A WARM RECEPTION IN L.A. (1988, 5 mins)
FAST FOOD MATADOR (1991, 5 mins)
THE LAST TIME (2013, 5 mins)
I, CANDY Trailer (2018, 1 min)

By Debra Solomon:
LIZZIE MAGUIRE Clip (2 mins)
I WANNA KNOW EVERYONE IN MY BUILDING (2007, 3 mins)
MY KINGDOM (2014, 4 mins)
TEACH ME TO BE A WOMAN (2008, 3 mins)

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences begins a year-long residency at Metrograph bringing exciting and entertaining programs to the big screen. This monthly series will showcase film prints from the Academy Film Archive, home to one of the most diverse and extensive motion picture collections in the world. Programs will feature onstage conversations with filmmakers and scholars of motion pictures, tributes, newsreels, rarely seen clips from past Oscar® ceremonies, and home movies from Hollywood legends.

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