Posts tagged with ‘International’

  • From Our Friends at ASIFA-East

    By David.Derks on January 12, 2015
    ASIFA-EAST 2015 Animation Festival Call for Entires ASIFA-East is currently accepting entries for the 2015 ASIFA-East Animated Film Festival.  Awards will be given out across a variety of categories and craft from Student, Commissioned, and Independent entries to excellence in writing, design, and animation. All films are due February 27th, 2015. Please visit their website to learn more about submission […]
  • Membership Drive Continues

    By David.Derks on September 23, 2014
    You may have recently received an email notice explaining that your membership has expired or is about to, and that it is time to renew. (If you are a corporate sponsored member, your studio is probably compiling its roster of new and returning enrollees right now.) Even if you have not received a renewal notice, please check your membership status, […]
  • Workshop at the Center Stage Gallery: Storyboarding and Film Analysis with Steve Hickner

    By David.Derks on June 13, 2014
    The construction of a motion picture uses filmmaking “grammar” in the same way that a book relies on written grammar. In this intensive, fast-track talk, Steve Hickner covers basic and advanced filmmaking principles and techniques that will help any artist improve their work. From step one fundamentals like aspect ratios to more complex techniques to help focus the audience’s eye, […]
  • KLIK! Animation Festival Delights Members of ASIFA-Hollywood

    By David.Derks on May 28, 2014
    Last Friday, members of the KLIK! Animation Festival from Amsterdam presented the very best from the 2013 edition of the event. The festival is an annual celebration of all that is animation. Held in room E-100, Woodbury University’s new state-of-the-art screening facility, the festival organizers introduced their films to a full house that included a hilarious remake of the classic […]
  • “Dutch Delights!” Best of the KLIK Animation Festival

    By David.Derks on May 11, 2014
    KLIK is a major European animation festival that has organized a West Coast tour to introduce itself to the animation communities on the West Coast. The program will feature many award-winning shorts and will include titles such as Fata Morgana, Canal, Through You, Little Freak, Snapshot, Leaving Home, Junkyard, End Trip, Btik, and Things You Better Not Mix Up. The […]
  • #Magic, Color, Flair: The World of Mary Blair

    By David.Derks on March 14, 2014
    Located at the Presidio in San Francisco, the Walt Disney Family Museum is pleased to present MAGIC, COLOR, FLAIR: the world of Mary Blair. This comprehensive exhibition explores the artistic process and development of one of Walt Disney’s most original, beloved, and influential designer and art directors, Mary Blair (1911–1978). Blair’s joyful creativity―her eye-appealing designs and exuberant color palette―endure in […]
  • Eleven Arts Invites You to A Screening of The Mystical Laws

    By David.Derks on December 10, 2012
    Eleven Arts invites you and one guest to a private advanced screening of “The Mystical Laws” at one of the following locations: Monday, December 10. 7:00 PM Academy Little Theatre 8949 Wilshire Blvd. Beverly Hills, CA 90211 Tuesday, December 11, 7:00 PM Academy Little Theatre 8949 Wilshire Blvd. Beverly Hills, CA 90211 RSVP to Cassie Cappuccio at ccappuccio@mprm.com
  • Junkyard: Screening at DreamWorks Animation

    By David.Derks on October 3, 2012
    You and up to 3 guests are invited to a very special screening of Junkyard, the Grand Prize winner at the Ottowa Animation Festival, and the official Dutch selection for the Oscars in the "Best Animated Shorts" category.
  • The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) in association with ASIFA-Hollywood and Woodbury University Invites You to a Screening of its Latest Productions

    By David.Derks on October 1, 2012
    World-renowned illustrator MICHÈLE LEMIEUX presents “Here and the Great Elsewhere” (2012), made in the pinscreen technique, first invented by Alexandre Alexeieff in the 1930s. Besides presenting her latest film, Lemieux will demonstrate the intriguing and mysterious pinscreen. If you’ve never seen a pinscreen animation, here is a rare opportunity to be astounded! Winner of the Annecy Cristal for “Tragic Story […]
  • Tears of Steel U.S. Premiere!

    By David.Derks on September 21, 2012
    ASIFA-Hollywood, in association with Woodbury University, invites you and one guest to the official U.S. premiere of Tears of Steel, the new short film by Blender Foundation and the open source community of www.blender.org. Directed by Ian Hubert, this short science fiction film plays in a future Amsterdam, where a team of desperate scientists stage a final attempt to rescue the world […]