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The true story of the last house on a Chesapeake Bay island slowly sinking into the rising seas comes to life through fluidly transforming animated clay-on-glass paintings. The house sings of its life and the creatures it has sheltered, and contemplates time and environmental change. Purchased by the Museum of Modern Art's education collection, screened in over thirty international film festivals including the Annecy International Animation Festival and the Maryland Film Festival, theatrically released through the Animation Show of Shows, and winner of awards from Greenpeace Postcards from Climate Change, the Black Maria Film Festival, West Virginia Filmmakers Festival, Woods Hole Film Festival, and others.