“When Marnie was there”- A review of one of the lesser known Ghibli movies — Screen Scouts

Anna lives a reclusive life- avoiding all forms of social interaction as much she can; she walks everyday wearing a pensive emotion on her face, carrying a sketch pad. Her foster mother Yoriko worries about her all the time, much to her ire because she wants nothing but everyone to shut up and […]

via “When Marnie was there”- A review of one of the lesser known Ghibli movies — Screen Scouts

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Festival occurring twice a year. In Toronto in June. And in Los Angeles in September. Showcasing the best of LGBT Short Films and Screenplays from around the world.

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