Alumnae Kaho Yoshida + Katherine Grubb Make TIFF's 2015 Top Ten Student Shorts
Posted on December 09, 2015 | Updated June 10, 2019, 11:07AM
Student shorts will screen as part of Canada's Top Ten Film Festival.
Now in its second year, the TIFF Canada's Top Ten Student Shorts shines a spotlight on the next generation of homegrown talent. Emily Carr University is pleased to announce that the thesis films of 2015 Animation grads Kaho Yoshida and Katherine Grubb have been selected in the top ten lineup this year.
The Top Ten Student Shorts will screen as part of Canada's Top Ten Film Festival on January 15th, 2016 at the TIFF Bell Lightbox Theatre, Toronto.
In this mixed-media animation, Michi journeys into a brightly-coloured world filled with adventure and mysterious creatures and leaves with a renewed self-awareness.
Director Kate Grubb uses both hand-drawn and 3D computer animation in her strikingly emotional exploration of the connections between body dysmorphic disorder, disordered eating, and scoliosis.