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Headline News TAIS Is Holding A Stop-Motion Seminar

* Wednesday, December 13, 2000. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

The Toronto Animated Image Society will be hosting a stop-motion seminar. Todd Peterson will be conducting the event. Peterson has worked for Cuppa Coffee and Will Vinton studios. The event will take place at 8 pm. For more information contact Patrick Jenkins at: 54 Austin Terrace, Toronto, Ontario M5R 1Y6, Canada; Tel.: (416) 533-2440; Fax: (416) 533-0508; E-mail: pjenkins@interlog.com; and Web: www.interlog.com/~pjenkins.

Headline News PISAF Brings Animation Art To South Korea

* Saturday, December 16 - Sunday, December 24, 2000. Puchon, South Korea.

The 2nd PISAF festival includes an Animation Film Competition, as well as exhibitions, special events and workshops (Digital Animation, Clay Animation, PinScreen Animation). For more information contact PISAF 2000 at: 2Fl. Boksago Cultural Center, 394-2 Sand 1 dong, Wonmi-gu, Puchon, Kyonggi-do 420-031, Korea; Tel.: ++ 8 32 320-3105; or Fax: ++ 82 32 325-2072.

Headline News 17th EuropaCinema & TV Film Festival Celebrates The Best From Europe

* Tuesday, November 28 Sunday, December 3, 2000. Viareggio, Italy.

The 17th EuropaCinema & TV Film Festival highlights European film and television projects. The festival has a European animation shorts category. All films must be 15 minutes or less. For more information contact Thomas Martinelli at: Tel.: ++39 (0)6 42011184 or ++39 (0)6 4200021; Fax ++39 (0)6 42010599; E-mail: lthomasm@yahoo.it; or Web: http://www.europacinema.net.

Headline News If TV's Made You Brain Dead The TAIS Short Attention Span Festival Is For You

* Wednesday, November 22, 2000. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

The Toronto Animated Image Society will be hosting a short attention span festival. TAIS members Mike Constable and Jonathan Amitay have animated pieces in this festival of films that are two minutes or less in length. There will be two shows: one at 7 pm and one at 9 pm. For more information contact Patrick Jenkins at: 54 Austin Terrace, Toronto, Ontario M5R 1Y6, Canada; Tel.: (416) 533-2440; Fax: (416) 533-0508; E-mail: pjenkins@interlog.com; and Web: www.interlog.com/~pjenkins.

Headline News Famed Animator Yuri Norstein Speaks At American University

By Rick DeMott | Wednesday, October 18, 2000 at 12:00am

* Wednesday, October 25, 2000. Washington D.C., U.S.A.

Russian animator Yuri Norstein will be coming to American University. Norstein will show videos of his work at a class on the history of animation. The event is free to the public and it will take place from 8 - 9:30 pm. For more information call ASIFA Washington, D.C.s Tom Krawczewicz at (301) 681-2712.

Headline News Famed Russian Animator Yuri Norstein Comes To Georgetown University

* Wednesday, October 25, 2000. Washington, D.C., U.S.A.

Yuri Norstein is coming to Georgetown University. Norstein will talk about his life and work, in a program called "Animation & Me." The event is being sponsored by the Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies. The event is free to the public and will take place from noon to 2 pm. For information call Astrik Teni at Georgetown University (202) 687-5576.

Headline News Animation Magazine Is Hosting An Animation Business Marketplace

* Wednesday, November 8 Friday, November 10, 2000. Hollywood, California, U.S.A.

The ANIMATION MAGAZINE Animation Business Marketplace is dedicated to expanding opportunities for professionals working in animation and new media. The conference will have presentations to explain the art, technologies and challenges confronting the industry today. The event gives visitors a chance to interact with other people working in the booming sector of new media and animation. For more information contact John Tidwell at: johntidwell@flashcore.com.

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