Clyde Petersen’s Torrey Pines is an hour-long stop-motion film about a queer twelve-year old punk who’s taken on a cross-country road trip by a schizophrenic single mom. (It’s also autobiographical.) The colorful, dialogue-free film is currently on a tour, with live score performed by Petersen’s Seattle-based band Your Heart Breaks. “This film is for queer punks, trans youth, and people who struggle with mental health issues in their lives,” Petersen says. “It is for people who grew up without much money and used their imaginations to escape and find safe spaces.” The evening also includes short films from Xander Marro and imaginary film soundtracks from Dorry winner Rachel Blumberg.