West Coast Premiere 

DREAMWEAVER
DIRECTOR Cheryl Briggs, Faculty Director | Katherine Ryschkewitsch | Erich Schulz 
ANIMATED • 6:15 MINUTES • USA

The Chippewa tribe believes that Asibikaashi, the spider woman, protects children from bad dreams at night by weaving dream catchers to hang above their heads while they sleep. In Dreamweaver, she teaches Namid, a scared eight year old Chippewa girl who suffers from nightmares, to overcome her fears. 

Director Cheryl Briggs, Faculty Director | Katherine Ryschkewitsch | Erich Schulz
Producer University of Central Florida
Writers Katherine Ryschkewitsch | Erich Schulz | Oluwaseun Ademoye
Editor Kelvin Nguyen

 

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