Brooklyn International Film Festival (BIFF) announced its animation line-up of 20 projects including three world premieres and three U.S. premieres, running April 28-May 4, 2003 at the Brooklyn Museum of Art in Brooklyn, New York. The show features a mix of everything from hand-drawn and computer-animated shorts, as well as several experimental projects that mix animation and live-action for maximum effect. U.S. premieres include LONELY BOY by Becalelis Brodskis (U.K), WOMAN by Signe Baumane (Latvia) and IN THE BACK OF THE BUS by Paul Hurwitz (Canada). World premiering films include FUEL INJEXION by Stephen Peringer (U.S.), SUMMERTIME by Nico Clark (U.K.) and AUNT LUISA by Tim Miller and Paul Taylor. BIFF is a competitive festival for and by independent filmmakers, originally founded as the Williamsburg Brooklyn Film Festival. In its sixth year running, this year's festival will show 90+ films in the Feature, Documentary, Animation, Experimental and Short Film categories. Detailed information about the animated selections can be found at http://brooklynfilmfestival.org/films/2003/?cid=5 and industry passes are available as well at http://brooklynfilmfestival.org/industry/.