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I decided to study Physics in college because, since childhood I have been enchanted by the idea of perfection. However, while seeking a rational world, irrationality shadows every step of my journey. Is this a pursuit destined to end in a dilemma?
A film by Shixie (Xiangjun Shi)
Graduation Project at Rhode Island School of Design 2013
A Science Communication Project at Brown University Department of Physics
2014 Flickers: Rhode Island International Film Festival (USA)
Gold Coast International Film Festival (USA)
15th annual Woodstock Film Festival 2014 (USA)
Annecy International Animation Film Festival 2014 (France)
International Science Film Festival Pariscience 2014 (France)
16th Très Court International Film Festival (France)
CinéGlobe 2014 Official Selection (Switzerland) - Special Jury Prize
Tricky Women 2014: Up & Coming Talents (Austria)
Noida International Film Festival 2014 (India)
Disposable Film Festival 2014 (USA)
ASIFA-East 2014 (USA)
20th World of Women’s Cinema: WOW Film Festival & Tour 2014 (Australia)
NYC ACM SIGGRAPH MetroCAF 2013 (USA) - Jury Award
10th NYC Downtown Short Film Festival 2013 (USA)
Brown, recipient of a Caldecott Honor, describes his creative process and the artistic influences that shaped his picture book, Mr. Tiger Goes Wild, which is among School Library Journal's best picture books of 2013: ow.ly/rd5S3
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