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Undiscovered: Sasquatch’s quest for a good photo

“Sasquatch has always remained elusive in photos–but not for the reasons we think.” Venture into the forest where the famously furry creature attempts to provide an excellent photo of himself for the surprised and sometimes terrified people he happens upon. But, quick snap or selfie, he’s never quite happy with the results.

Undiscovered is an award-winning story by animator/illustrator Sara Litzenberger. Featured by The New Yorker, the delightful short was screened at more than 60 festivals around the world.

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Next, watch Raccoon and the Light, Bare, and Joy and Heron.

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