London-born Nicole Hewitt spent a large part of her youth in Zagreb, Croatia. After receiving her master’s degree in London, she worked in puppet animation at the Jiri Trnka Studio in Prague. Returning to Zagreb, she proved that animation is not a lonely studio profession by heading out into the streets to make the animated documentary In Between, about the annual collection of bulky household objects and their transitory state in between recycled treasures and trash. Animation from Zagreb is a program of five of her recent works made since 1999—In/Dividu; In Between; The Bridge (Most); The Waltz, a mock ball; and Pigs, etc.,—in various techniques and styles. Hewitt will discuss her work and answer questions during the presentation. 1999–2004, 16mm and video, in Croatian/Croatian and German with English subtitles, total running time 51 minutes.