Special News

  • Can I Vote?

    By David.Derks on August 20, 2015
    Even if you are a pro level member, you must also be approved to vote. To see if you’re already an approved voter, visit the ASIFA-Hollywood Website Login Page and sign in with your ASIFA-Hollywood membership account. If you have already applied, your approval status will be displayed on this page and, if you have been approved, you don’t have […]
  • Bugs Bunny at the Hollywood Bowl

    By David.Derks on August 3, 2015
    Warner Bros. Presents Bugs Bunny at the Symphony – 25th Anniversary! At the Hollywood Bowl! For 25 hilarity-filled years, Bugs Bunny and his Looney Tunes pals have teamed up with live orchestras playing those phenomenal Carl Stalling scores in perfect synchronization to the cartoons projected on the big screens, bringing audiences to their feet in laughter, cheers, and applause.  The […]
  • Summer Events Delight ASIFA Members

    By David.Derks on August 3, 2015
    Summer has been a busy time for ASIFA-Hollywood, as there has been no shortage of special events. From screenings with the filmmakers to previews of upcoming television shows, and even our first annual Animation Educators Forum student scholarships, we’ve been continually programming our schedule so that you, our members, can experience the best in animation. Inside Out crew (l to […]
  • Seneca School of Creative Arts and NewFilmmakers LA Invites You To a Summer Showcase

    By David.Derks on July 19, 2015
    This month, NewFilmmakers Los Angeles is proud to host special guests from Toronto, Canada: Academy Award winning animation director Chris Landreth, and Mark Jones, Chair of the School of Creative Arts and Animation at Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology. They will be joined by David Agnew, President of Seneca College, and Aubry Mintz, LA-based filmmaker, educator, and board […]
  • 2015 Animation Educators Forum Scholarship Recipients Selected

    By David.Derks on July 13, 2015
    BURBANK, Calif. (July 13, 2015) – ASIFA-Hollywood and the Animation Educators Forum (AEF) proudly announce the recipients of the 2015 AEF Scholarships. From a pool of 113 applicants, three were selected for the $5000 scholarship and six were selected for the $2500 scholarship. Scholarships are merit-based and designed to support college students in continuing their education in the field of […]
  • Happy 4th of July!

    By David.Derks on July 4, 2015
    May everyone have a safe and sane holiday weekend!
  • Little Yellow Wack Jobs Are On The Way!

    By David.Derks on July 1, 2015
    Seen any engaging little yellow creatures lately? Soon you’ll be seeing millions of ‘em! An ASIFA-Hollywood screening of MINIONS is scheduled to be announced next week. Stay tooned!
  • The Reel at Woodbury University

    By David.Derks on June 23, 2015
    You are invited to join Woodbury University for the best live-action and animated films created by the Filmmaking and Animation. The Reel provides an opportunity for the students of Woodbury University Filmmaking and Animation to present a selection of their best films to professional colleagues in the entertainment industry. Members of Woodbury’s administration and faculty will be present before and […]
  • Animation at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival – Part 2

    By David.Derks on May 29, 2015
    In the French city of Cannes, reporters are now packing their suitcases, stuffing their tote bags with swag they collected over the past few weeks, and rubbing their eyes after two glorious weeks at the film festival that put Cannes on the map of filmmaking. After the city empties out, they’ll have to remember why they drank so much champagne […]
  • An Evening with Lynn Dana Wilton

    By David.Derks on May 29, 2015
    Come meet Canadian animator Lynn Dana Wilton as she brings a program of shorts, including some of her own, from the Toronto Animated Image Society (TAIS) with whom she frequently works. Join in as she discusses the challenges of independent filmmaking in the changing cultural landscape, as well as the benefits of surviving long enough to see your favorite techniques […]