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Dorfman has the uncanny ability to transform the intensely personal into the wisely universal. In 'Flawed' she deftly traces her encounter with a potential romantic partner, questioning her attraction and the uneasy possibility of love. But, ultimately,'Flawed' is less about whether girl can get along with boy than whether girl can accept herself, imperfections and all. In many ways, 'Flawed'is both an exquisite tribute to the art of animation and a loving homage to storyboarding, a time-honoured way of rendering scenes while pointing the way to the dramatic arc of the tale.
Andrea Dorfman is an artist and filmmaker based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. After making short experimental and dramatic films in the ’90s, Dorfman produced, wrote, shot and directed her first feature film, ‘Parsley Days’ (2000). After directing, producing and co-writing three seasons of the award-winning CBC-TV series ‘Street Cents’ from 2000 to 2003, Dorfman made her sophomore feature ‘Love That Boy’ (2003). This was followed by her short film ‘There’s a Flower in My Pedal’ (2004). Her first documentary, ‘Sluts’ (2005), made for the IFC and Life Network, explores the mythology surrounding high school students labeled ‘slut’.
2010, 13', color, video
National Film Board of Canada
Festivals & Awards:
Shortfest 2010 - Jury Special Citation
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