The LA Conservancy’s ‘Last Remaining Seats’ Presents a Special Screening of Who Framed Roger Rabbit?By David.Derks on May 29, 2018The whole family will love seeing this mix of cartoons and live actors light up the screen of the gorgeous Los Angeles Theatre! Saturday, June 16 2:00pm The Los Angeles Theatre 615 S. Broadway, Downtown L.A. Join us at the gorgeous Los Angeles Theatre and enjoy this 1988 classic on the big screen as part of the Los Angeles Conservancy’s […]
By David.Derks on May 11, 2018Jiří Trnka and Miloš Makovec’s adaptation of The Emperor’s Nightingale (1948), a classic Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale about a Chinese emperor entranced by the song of a mechanical nightingale is an enchanting animated jewel box awash in hallucinatory storybook imagery. Program includes the animated shorts The Two Frosts (1954, 12 min. Dir. Jiří Trnka) and Song of the Prairie […]
By David.Derks on March 7, 2018When retired basketball superstar Michael Jordan is suddenly plucked from Earth during a live-action golf game with Bill Murray and Larry Bird, the greatest basketball player of all time finds himself somewhere in the animated cosmos with a merry band of Looney Tunes. Enslaved by the evil owner of a failing planetary amusement park, Bugs, Daffy, Porky, Elmer, Tweety and […]
By David.Derks on February 19, 2018GLAS Animation Festival 2018 Signal Film from GLAS Animation on Vimeo. Keep an eye out in the coming weeks where we will announce the official selections, workshops, panels, installations, and special programs for the GLAS Animation Festival 2018. In the meantime, pick up your passes here. More information about special guests is available on the official website. GLAS offers special […]
By David.Derks on February 11, 2018Seven years after the Cinematheque first brought these anime favorites to our theaters, their assorted heroes, heroines and mystical creatures continue to weave their spell. Join us for some of Studio Ghibli’s greatest masterpieces presented on the big screen in 35mm, including Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke, My Neighbor Totoro, Porco Rosso, Whisper of the Heart and Kiki’s Delivery Service. Series […]
By David.Derks on November 25, 2017Where the Wild Things Are (1973): an animated short subject based on the children’s book by Maurice Sendak. 7 min. Directed by Gene Deitch. Nutcracker: The Motion Picture (1986) featuring sets and costumes designed by Maurice Sendak, this big-screen adaptation of the Pacific Northwest Ballet’s long-running performance of The Nutcracker is a fantastical take on the Christmas classic. 85 min. […]
By David.Derks on September 4, 2017THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME Sat, Sep 16, 2017 • 7:30pm Retroformat presents Universal ‘s 1923 super-production, with its classic portrayal of Quasimodo, the bell ringer of Notre Dame by Lon Chaney, Sr. Special guest Dave Slaughter will also be on hand with the untold story of his grandfather, silent movie actor John Gough, and his brief-but-memorable role in THE […]
By David.Derks on September 19, 2016An exclusive offer for ASIFA-Hollywood Members! The Art of Visual Storytelling: 90,000 pieces of concept art, storyboards, character designs, pencil tests and much more! Members of ASIFA can receive a free 30-day trial. Information on how to receive this special deal will be sent to members via email. For more information on Craft, be sure to visit their official website. […]
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