Posts tagged with ‘Special Event’

  • REGULAR SHOW Bows Out with a Bang!

    By David.Derks on December 22, 2016
    Members of ASIFA-Hollywood and a guest are invited for a special advanced screening of the finale of Cartoon Network’s Emmy-winning hit series Regular Show, followed by a Q&A panel with JG Quintel (Creator, Voice of Mordecai and High Five Ghost), William Salyers (Voice of Rigby), Minty Lewis (Storyboard Artist, Voice of Eileen) and Curtis Lelash (Senior Vice President, Original Series, Cartoon Network). […]
  • The Annual “Greatest Cartoons Ever” Event at The Alex Theater in Glendale

    By David.Derks on December 16, 2016
    The historic Alex Theatre in Glendale, will again host The Greatest Cartoons Ever!, an annual film festival featuring the most-wonderful animated shorts from the Golden Age of Hollywood – presented as they were intended, on the big Alex Theatre screen. Now in its 6th year, the Alex Film Society’s cartoon line-up includes Buccaneer Bunny (1948, Friz Freleng), Lonesome Ghosts (1937, […]
  • At the Cinematheque: BAMBI on the Big Screen

    By David.Derks on October 4, 2016
    Among the most beloved animated films of all time is this story of a young deer growing up to become the “Great Prince of the Forest” with the help of his friends, Thumper the rabbit and Flower the skunk. Though the film is family-friendly, the source novel Bambi, A Life in the Woods was written for adults, and the serious […]
  • Woody Woodpecker & The Avant-Garde

    By David.Derks on October 4, 2016
    September 22 – November 20, 2016 at Loyola Marymount University Amidst the turbulence of the Second World War, fine artists, animators, filmmakers and musicians found a sense of freedom and unexpected sources of inspiration in Los Angeles. The American Contemporary Gallery in Hollywood was a gathering place for a creative community that came to see the latest art exhibition and […]
  • It’s Time for the 14th Annual 24-Hour Animation Contest

    By David.Derks on September 14, 2016
    The 2016 edition of the 24 Hour Animation Contest will take place on Friday, October 7 at 3pm PST! This is the contest’s 14th year, and the teams will have double the amount of participants of last year’s event. This contest will teach students much about working together, meeting deadlines and making creative decisions under pressure. Although it is quite […]
  • An Evening with Henry Selick has Sold Out but GLAS Animation has arranged an Encore!

    By David.Derks on September 14, 2016
    The Saturday night, October 1 Evening with Henry Selick has sold out, but due to popular demand we are pleased to announce an encore screening! Join Us Sunday, October 2 For An Afternoon With Henry Selick! Sunday, October 2 2:00 pm The Downtown Independent 251 S. Main Street Los Angeles, 90012 Early bird tickets are $16. Information on how to […]
  • An Evening with Henry Selick

    By David.Derks on September 5, 2016
    GLAS Animation, In Association with CalArts and Downtown Independent LA presents An Evening with Henry Selick Saturday, October 1 8:00 pm The Downtown Independent 251 S. Main Street Los Angeles, 90012 ASIFA members get 15% of the general admission price of $25. Tickets can be purchased online at GLAS Animation’s official website. Information on how to to receive the discount […]
  • On the Paleo Diet? GLAS Animation BBQ on the 27th

    By David.Derks on August 21, 2016
    Join the good folks from the GLAS Animation Festival on Saturday, August 27th, 8pm at Open the Portal Studios for the GLAS Animation Fundraiser BBQ! Meats and veggies on the grill, beer from Lagunitas as well as local brews, Reed’s Natural sodas and beats and visuals by KRON. There’ll also be a brief screening of some of our personal favorite […]
  • The La Mirada Symphony’s Golden Clef Awards Honors Roy Disney

    By David.Derks on August 15, 2016
    On August 20th, honoring legendary Academy Award winners Shirley Jones and Paul Williams, The La Mirada Symphony Golden Clef Awards will also present a special tribute to Roy Disney including a screening of DESTINO and a lively presentation by Dave Bossert covering that historic short and the SILLY SYMPHONIES, FANTASIA and FANTASIA 2000. Broadway performers Rex Smith, James Mulligan, Carly […]
  • Animation in August at the American Cinematheque

    By David.Derks on August 3, 2016
    Opened in 1922, Grauman’s Egyptian Theatre is an early example of a lavish movie palace and is noted as having been the site of the first-ever Hollywood film premiere. Since 1998 it has been operated by the American Cinematheque film archive. With its stunning architecture and location on historic Hollywood Blvd, Grauman’s Egyptian Theatre is the perfect place to watch animation […]