Made Here - Lizzy Rogers 

Lizzy Rogers is a recent graduate of Dartmouth College with a degree in Film and Media Studies and a minor in Digital Arts. Focused on handmade animation, she has a particular passion for analog technologies including 16mm film. She has had films in the Indie Grits Film Festival as well as the White River Indie Festival. She currently works at the Jones Media Memorial Fellow in the Dartmouth College Library.

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"A True Story About You" - A hand drawn animated short which uses text and imagery to create a description of the viewer based on mindfulness and self-awareness.

"Inventorum Natura" -  A stop motion cut-out animated short which uses found imagery to evoke a wilderness filled with fantastical flora and fauna.
"A Lyric" - a digitally animated short based on the poem "A Lyric" by t. s. eliot. 
Uses handwritten text and historical fabrics to reflect the image of a butterfly described in the poem.
"Familial Fragments"  - An animated short examining personal remnants of family history including photographs, letters, and transferred 16mm film.


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