Directed by Theodore Ushev
Cursed with a green left eye that sees only the past and a brown right eye that glimpses only the future, Little Vaysha is split between two worlds. Adapted from a story by the Bulgarian playwright Georgi Gospodinov, this presentation of the parable of Vaysha is an Oscar-contender for best animated short—one that speaks volumes about our difficulty to live in the present.
Join us on January 29 and 31 at the Here Now Space in the heart of the West Village in New York City, where we’ll be hosting a live screening of these five award-winning short films, followed by a Q&A with a few of the filmmakers. Beat the rush and book your tickets in advance.